Here's the blueprint for San Antonio's perfect offseason
The Spurs face an uncertain offseason, pivotal in so many different ways. They can either recharge and make another run at the championship next year, or take a step back and prepare to rebuild around Kawhi Leonard as their next franchise centerpiece.
Here's Bleacher Report's David Kenyon with a closer look at how a perfect summer will look for San Antonio:
"San Antonio's perfect offseason concludes with Leonard and Green signing long-term deals, while Duncan and Ginobili punctually alert the team of their intention to return for 2015-16 at further discounted rates. The Spurs bring back Baynes, draft a reserve who can fill in for Joseph or Belinelli and bring up Kyle Anderson from the D-League. At that point, San Antonio could extend minimum offers to Bonner and Williams—two players who shouldn't do much more than provide a happy, familiar face on the bench—to complete the roster."
If all that happens, San Antonio will almost surely compete for the championship against next season. While Duncan, Parker and Ginobili will be another year older, the development of Leonard and Anderson could give this team another dimension.
Signing a star would be nice, too.
(h/t: Bleacher Report)
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