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    Not all free agents but if we can somehow get Jaylen Brown, Evan Fournier or possibly Tobias Harris if Sixers are blowing it up, we'd be pretty set.

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    There's talk that Phoenix may waive CP3. Although he probably would end up on the Lakers I wouldn't mind him here on a short term deal.

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    Gabe Vincent, Jalen McDaniels, Cam Reddish might be had for a good deal

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    There's talk that Phoenix may waive CP3. Although he probably would end up on the Lakers I wouldn't mind him here on a short term deal.
    I could see us taking on CP3. It's one year and pushes our cap space to next summer when we'd waive him. The only question is if Phoenix has any asset they can attach?

    Maybe a 3 team deal with keldon going out could provide better value?

    Not sure if it could work, but a 3 team deal with Cam Johnson and CP3 coming in and Keldon going to Brooklyn? Obviously, Brooklyn would rather keep Cam , but if he wanted to come here they would prefer Keldon over losing him for nothing I'd think? Just spit balling.... still in shock over last night..
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    I think its still too early to be paying that much in Wembys 1st two years. Spurs will wisely bring him out slowly until hes NBA strong, and then we can start talking about pairing him with an All-Star(s). Patience will be the key.. and Pop is the best coach who sees the big picture.
    Exactly
    Don't overpay for FAs and trade assets- now you may change your tact if after a year he's more ready than you thought. I think Wemby will be good from day one- I also think he's got a ways before leading a le contender. He's got to get stronger for one.
    I like Poodle, but he's a good example- he'll be 28, will command a premium and has a lot of limitations.

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    I could see us taking on CP3. It's one year and pushes our cap space to next summer when we'd waive him. The only question is if Phoenix has any asset they can attach?

    Maybe a 3 team deal with keldon going out could provide better value?

    Not sure if it could work, but a 3 team deal with Cam Johnson and CP3 coming in and Keldon going to Brooklyn? Obviously, Brooklyn would rather keep Cam , but if he wanted to come here they would prefer Keldon over losing him for nothing I'd think? Just spit balling.... still in shock over last night..
    Im warming to CP3 idea actually. If anyone can manage/alpha dog him its Pop, and then upside of the teaching potential for the young guys is huge.

    As noted, Suns need an third party though to bring in some value to Spurs. Everyone just thinks Suns will waive him anyway in the ened.

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    Draymond and Dillon Brooks.

    Joshua Primo too

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    I don't want a guy like Paul dominating the ball on a young team. The Spurs are trying out a bunch of guys in the lead role, and I think that's good for now. The team has purposefully removed structure from their offense. I've hated on that in the past, but you can't change it now when you got such a blue-chip perimeter prospect. Center is sooooo much more a need than PG. Acting like Bassey is a factor in the depth chart is ridiculous in my opinion. I like Barlow, but it's much harder to see what he'd do for the team long term now. The Spurs could easily fill the PG position with similar players with almost no investment. Re-sign Jones, draft a PG in the second and take a failed prospect from another team. Boom, you have the center position. Does that sound good? Of course not. But at least PG is a position that will be covered up by Sochan, Wesley and Branham playing minutes there. Center is just a wide open sore.

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    There's talk that Phoenix may waive CP3. Although he probably would end up on the Lakers I wouldn't mind him here on a short term deal.
    I don't understand what Phoenix is doing.

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    CP3 just messes up future cap flexibility. He's owed 30 million for the next 2 seasons. I want the Spurs to have plenty of cap space in 2024 with players like Jaylen Brown and Dejounte Murray available.

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    CP3 just messes up future cap flexibility. He's owed 30 million for the next 2 seasons. I want the Spurs to have plenty of cap space in 2024 with players like Jaylen Brown and Dejounte Murray available.
    Non guaranteed after next season. He'd only tie it up for next year.

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    Non guaranteed after next season. He'd only tie it up for next year.
    Cp3 is Also notoriously greedy (not without reason) and is not going to go somewhere that Won't honor the second year. So no lowball cp3 fantasy.

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    Let our young player develop one more year. Save the cap space and try to sign Jaylen Brown next summer

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    Cp3 is Also notoriously greedy (not without reason) and is not going to go somewhere that Won't honor the second year. So no lowball cp3 fantasy.
    It's not a low-ball fantasy....nobody is honoring that second year....he's only guaranteed $15M this year and Phoenix is considering paying that and waiving him.... if he's as greedy as you say, he'll gladly accept the $30M from us over the $15M + minimum contract he'd get elsewhere.

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    I doubt Jaylen Brown makes it to free agency. I think he'll be traded way before then. Hopefully the Spurs are active in their pursuit.

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    Id rather allow Tre and Blake to develop instead of bringing in CP3. Wemby isnt going to be playing 30 minutes a gsme more like 20. Blake has some speed and im curious how his development is going.

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    I’d trade two future 1sts and a pick swap to whoever takes Anthony Black. Then keep Tre and that chucker Graham.

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    Id trade two future 1sts and a pick swap to whoever takes Anthony Black. Then keep Tre and that chucker Graham.
    Pacers are looking to trade pick 7 for veteran players. That's probably in the the Black range.

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    I know Markelle Fultz has not lived up to expectations but he seemed to be turning a corner last season. Wonder what it would take to get him from Orlando?

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    Non guaranteed after next season. He'd only tie it up for next year.
    that changes the conversation. One thing about CP3 he's a floor raiser. If we get some assets I'm cool with it

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    Pacers are looking to trade pick 7 for veteran players. That's probably in the the Black range.
    I’d prefer we not trade any of our guys away for at least another year. Despite the record and drawn out injuries we had a pretty cohesive team. Both Keldon and Vassell will thrive off of a center that draws the defense from the post and from 3pt. Sochan will have even more maneuverability.

    I’d keep it intact for now.

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    Would y’all trade Keldon for the #10 pick? Highly doubt either team would consider it but it’s fair value imo

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    I’d trade two future 1sts and a pick swap to whoever takes Anthony Black. Then keep Tre and that chucker Graham.
    I might be in the same range. I'd throw a bag for Black. Not sure what I'd give up but I'd be aggressive if he slips.

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    Would y’all trade Keldon for the #10 pick? Highly doubt either team would consider it but it’s fair value imo
    I would if our player is there.

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    Would y’all trade Keldon for the #10 pick? Highly doubt either team would consider it but it’s fair value imo
    I can see the Spurs doing this if there is someone we REALLY like. Question is what woukd the Mavs also want outside of Keldon

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