Originally Posted by joyner
I'm not so sure. The Spurs' guard rotation isn't actually that deep -- Parker, Ginobili, Green, Belinelli, Neal. The trio of Mills, Joseph, and De Colo is, in my opinion, too poor to consider regular rotation players, and Neal's secretly awful. In terms of actually competent players, we're only four-deep at the guard spots.
That, combined with the league's tendency toward small ball, suggests to me that another SF isn't our biggest need. A true backup PG, I think, is more pressing, unless Joseph take a major step forward this year.
I believe that Cory is improving very fast and deserves some minutes. And Nando is also have some potential who was a very good player in Europe. We can get rid of Mills, he's a cute guy but his role shouldn't be more than towel holder.
If we're not going to use Green in SF spot when Kawhi is resting, we're crowded on guard spot.