The San Antonio Spurs will enter the summer with more cap flexibility than in years past, however, the extent to which they will be able to spend will rely on numerous factors.
The team's current highest contract is that of Manu Ginobili, and while it will come off the books next year, he'll still be due a fairly substantial amount of money.
Tiago Splitter will also demand a larger deal, and rightfully so, having played exceptionally this season. Stephen Jackson will also have the opportunity to leave San Antonio, but after proving to be a fantastic role player, the Spurs should highly consider signing the veteran forward.
Combined, these players will take up a large portion of the team's payroll, leaving just the mid-level exception for the Spurs to use to lure free agents to San Antonio.
Whether or not these players can make an impact is another story, but with some flexibility, a new face or two in the Alamo City may be inevitable.