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@PopKat @Spur In Tulsa Tyreke Evans sucks. His rookie year was great. It is sad that a lottery pick has declined each season. You could argue injuries. But seriously, he is not Spur-like in any way.
1 year, 9 months ago on Ginobili updates hamstring injury, talks free agency
@Spur In Tulsa I am sorry, but you are an idiot. The Spurs are not going to tell a player it is a horrible thing to play for your country. It is his right as a human being on Earth. The Spurs are easily a major priority in his life, especially at this stage. Playing for Argentina last summer would not have any effect at this stage of the season, so I think your opinion is opinion and nothing more. It sure as hell is nowhere near fact. I have predicted the last couple of seasons that the Spurs will use this upcoming offseason to start tooling the roster for Tony Parker. Manu's contract comes off the books, though likely will resign with San Antonio for at least another year, maybe two. I would guess contract around $5mil/yr. Jackson's now released contract will be off the books, freeing $10mil on the payroll. Between these two players alone, that is going to be $24mil off the books, since Manu is making $14mil this season. The Spurs will resign Splitter as he plays so well with Tony, and I have long predicted that Tim Duncan's apprentice will finally make his home in San Antonio, and that would be Utah center, Al Jefferson. The Spurs targeted Big Al during the trade deadline, though decided to stand pat since Utah wanted a point guard and the Spurs did not want to part with Nando de Colo or Patty Mills. I would've been okay letting Joseph go with Matt Bonner and Jackson, but it is all irrelevant at this point. The Spurs are in store to make a huge splash this offseason, and I believe next season will be a big year that could rival our 2003 season when David played his final game during the Finals, only this time it will be Timmy, with Tony, Kawhi, Splitter, and Jefferson taking over the team from there-on-out. Manu could also retire with Timmy to allow the Spurs the continue this historic span of winning seasons that they have had since 1997.
Trust me, I am rarely wrong.