San Antonio Spurs Roster 2020 Spurs Roster

24-33, 5th in West Southwest

The Spurs looked good last season, but not great. That's kind of how things have felt for San Antonio the past few seasons, as it feels like their dominance in the NBA has been slipping over the past few years. Kawhi is no longer a Spur and it would be hard to miss what what he did with the Raptors last season. DeMar Derozan, who the Spurs got in enhance for Leonard, averaged 21.2 points per game last year and a FG% of 48.1 He played an average of 34.9 minutes for Pop and the Spurs. With no huge free agency moves, I wouldn't be surprised to see the Spurs end up similar to how they did last year, a low-seeded playoff spot.

Pos Name Jersey Rating Ranking Depth Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. College
PG Dejounte Murray Dejounte Murray D. Murray 5
83
#32 PG 1 6' 3" 169 23 9/19/96 3rd season Washington
PG Patty Mills Patty Mills P. Mills 8
79
#61 PG 2 6' 0" 178 31 8/11/88 11th season Saint Mary's
PG Derrick White Derrick White D. White 4
80
#55 PG 3 6' 3" 189 25 7/2/94 3rd season
SG Bryn Forbes Bryn Forbes B. Forbes 11
79
#20 SG 1 6' 2" 189 26 7/23/93 4th season Michigan State
SG Lonnie Walker Lonnie Walker L. Walker 1
73
#57 SG 2 6' 5" 202 20 12/14/98 2nd season Miami (FL)
SG Quinndary Weatherspoon Quinndary Weatherspoon Q. Weatherspoon 15
71
#61 SG 5 6' 2" 205 23 9/10/96 Rookie Mississippi State
SF DeMar DeRozan DeMar DeRozan D. DeRozan 10
89
#4 SF 1 6' 5" 218 30 8/7/89 11th season USC
SF Keldon Johnson Keldon Johnson K. Johnson 3
69
#59 SF 3 6' 5" 209 20 10/11/99 Rookie Kentucky
SF Marco Belinelli Marco Belinelli M. Belinelli 18
71
#80 SF 4 6' 5" 209 33 3/25/86 13th season
PF Rudy Gay Rudy Gay R. Gay 22
80
#20 PF 2 6' 7" 229 33 8/17/86 14th season UConn
PF Trey Lyles Trey Lyles T. Lyles 41
74
#68 PF 2 6' 9" 233 23 11/5/95 5th season Kentucky
PF Chimezie Metu Chimezie Metu C. Metu 7
73
#83 PF 2 6' 9" 224 22 3/22/97 2nd season USC
PF DeMarre Carroll DeMarre Carroll D. Carroll 77
74
#69 PF 3 6' 5" 213 33 7/27/86 11th season
PF Luka Samanic Luka Samanic L. Samanic
71
#65 PF 4 6' 9" 224 19 1/9/00 Rookie
PF Drew Eubanks Drew Eubanks D. Eubanks 14
65
#105 PF 6' 9" 244 22 2/1/97 2nd season Oregon State
C LaMarcus Aldridge LaMarcus Aldridge L. Aldridge 12
84
#11 C 1 6' 11" 257 34 7/19/85 14th season Texas
C Jakob Poltl Jakob Poltl J. Poltl 25
77
#29 C 1 7' 1" 229 24 10/15/95 4th season Utah

2019-2020 San Antonio Spurs Roster Top 3 Questions

What moves did the Spurs make in free agency?

First, and arguably most important for the Spurs, was the resigning of Rudy Gay for two years. Gay could have chosen to play the market that was flooded with cash this offseason, but instead him and the Spurs were able to quickly get a deal done, which makes a ton of sense for both sides. There weren't a ton of moves made outside of this, which was to be expected by the Spurs. They signed guard Quinndary Weatherspoon to a two-way contract, so he should be spending time in the G-league. Finally, after a slew of moves made to get to this point including trading Davis Bertans, the Spurs got forward DeMarre Carroll from the Wizards and agreed on a two-year contract with him.

What should we expect from DeMar DeRozan this year?

While it definitely feels like the Spurs got the short end of the stick with the DeRozan/Leonard deal, DeRozan actually produced very well for the Spurs last season. As evidenced by the stark differences between the Raptors when DeRozan was their guy as opposed to when Kawhi was, DeRozan ins't able to command a team quite like Kawhi. He was shooting the three ball more, but not necessarily in an effective way as he averaged just 15.6% from beyond the arc last year. If he can work on his three point shot in the offseason, it'll add a whole new dimension to his game as off the dribble he's almost impossible to stop. He gets up to the basket in a way not many can, and has a way of just getting looks to convert. I think we could see a big year form him as he continues to get settled in to San Antonio.

How much longer will Gregg Popovich be the coach of the Spurs?

There was speculation from many that the 2018/19 campaign would be Pop's last rodeo. That no longer appears to be the case as it's shaping up to be another Popovich coached Spurs team this year. While nothing is certain, there has been a report by Adrian Wojnarowski that Pop and the Spurs could be agreeing on a 3-year contract sometime soon which would take him to the 2021/22 season. It's worth noting that this comes after the 2020 Olympics which many believed would be Popovich's last dance. Even if they do agree to this contract, Pop could still opt out if he changes his mind. AS of now, there isn't a definitive answer to when Pop will b e done coaching, but we can all assume it won't be too much longer, as he will be turning 71 in January.