By winstonharris on April 19, 2014
The offseason is always the time for a franchise to hit the reset button and prepare for the next step. For the San Antonio Spurs, the storied franchise will have many questions to answer this offseason, especially if things do not go according to plan in the playoffs. Here are the five questions the Spurs must answers this offseason.
The San Antonio Spurs have been known for making great decisions on draft day. They have been able to build their dynasty with previous "diamond in the rough" picks. The Spurs need to prepare for the future and draft day will be the start.
This offseason will be littered with legitimate free agents who will improve a team's stock. The Spurs must decide which free agent, if any, is capable of fitting into their system and providing consistent production.
There has been talk of Manu Ginobili's unsure status regarding the last year on his contract. He is aging and some feel his play has decreased. The way he performs in the playoffs may be the deciding factor for his choice to return, so the Spurs will just have to wait and see how it plays out.
Gregg Popovich is a man of few words. The day he stops coaching may not even be recognized because he may not tell anyone. Nonetheless, the Spurs must get an idea of how much longer the legendary coach will coach as the "Big Three" may be no more soon.
The buzz started after last year's disappointing loss in the NBA Finals and it got even louder when ESPN analyst George Karl mentioned rumors of Tim Duncan's retirement. Whether it is true or not, the Spurs must plan for the end of a legacy in the near future.
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