On this episode of the News 4 SA-Project Spurs, San Antonio Spurs Roundtable, the panel of Jeff Garcia and Aaron Preine take a look at the state of the Spurs near the All-Star Break.
Do they need to make a trade? Is their record over-inflated? Can they sustain the many injuries?
The panel also looks deeper into the trade winds that are blowing in San Antonio.
All this and much more on this episode of the Spurs Roundtable.
Video: Spurs Roundtable: State of the Spurs near the All-Star break. projectspurs.com/2014-articles/…
IF LAST YEAR THEY REALLY FUN TO WATCH...BECAUSE OF DANNY GREEN AND GARY NEAL 3SHOOTS....BUT THIS YEAR...""BORING"".....DGREEN, KL STRUGGLE ...MARCO STILL NOT THE GARY NEAL TYPE.....SO THE QUESTION IS ARE THEY REALLY MAKE A TRADE.....OR ARE THEY SATISFIED AGAIN TO THEIR STRUGGLE AND BORING PLAYER....I REALLY LOVE SPURS AND I WANT TIMMY GET HES 5IVE RING....SOO SPURS GM YOU GUYS NEED TO MAKE A TRADE..TRADE...TRADE...TRADE..!!!
TRY TO TRADE YOURS GUYS...JEFF, BONNER, CJ, DECOLO, BAYNES...TO A PLAYER CAN HELP TIMMY INSIDE..OR PF, SF..... THIS IS WHAT THE SPURS REALLY...DO IT BEFORE ITS TO LATE
Why would you not trade a player that has a history of disappearing in the playoffs, are the spurs now becoming the cowboys were mediocrity is now the vision of the team ?
In general, no, the Spurs don't need a trade. Now if a great offer comes along, that is something else, but I wouldn't even give up Matt Bonner at this point. So who can you get for Nando De Colo or Aron Baynes, as those are the only two players likely available? I come up with Luigi Datome from the Pistons for Nando. Detroit needs a perimeter player, and the Spurs could use SF. The Spurs were interested in Datome before, but he stupidly decided to sign with Detroit instead.