Originally Posted by Spurd_On
I think you answered your own question by saying that these teams "have collections of exceptional individual talent that are able to dominate their respective matchups." Therefore, the Spurs have nothing of value to trade. Up until now, the Spurs have been able to take average players and fit them into an exceptional system and get by. Now more than a handful of teams are equipped with exceptional players in exceptional systems.
No sir! In fact, the Spurs do have value to trade, by bundling roster players, rights to overseas players, and future draft picks, which would appeal to a trade partner that is not competing for a title this year (and especially if the trade partner is looking to avoid luxury tax).