I think the Spurs are pretty much committed at this point and should concentrate on staying healthy and for Pop to determine which players fit into his ‘playoff rotation’. Take advantage of playing the vast majority of our remaining games at home and get some needed rest for the road ahead. They’re inactivity before the trade deadline tells me they didn’t want to lose valuable players to obtain what they still really need --- a big who has experience and can hit the boards and be an intimidator in the middle. Besides, at this point, the Spurs would need to create a vacancy for anyone new and as Jose mentioned, whomever they did pickup would have to be much better than the players we already have for the Spurs to benefit. There are no golden geese out there with the Spurs’ name on it.
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