Predicting the San Antonio Spurs’ Starting 5 for Next Season

Predicting the San Antonio Spurs' Starting Five for Next Season

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The San Antonio Spurs' future has been not been very clear as their "Big Three" grow older and older each season. Many fear that the time has come for Tim Duncan to step away from the game and Manu Ginobili might follow suit as well. But before Spurs' nation has to say goodbye, let's take a look at the most likely lineup for next year's team.

5. PG - Tony Parker

Tony Parker
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5. PG - Tony Parker

Tony Parker
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The point guard spot for the Spurs is going to be assured for years to come and Tony Parker is the right man for the job. As one of the top point guards in the NBA, Parker has seen much success in his role with San Antonio.

4. SG - Danny Green

Danny Green
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4. SG - Danny Green

Danny Green
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Danny Green will return for the last year of his current contract. He has provided the Spurs with the three-ball threat and that service will be much needed next year.

3. SF - Kawhi Leonard

Kawhi Leonard
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3. SF - Kawhi Leonard

Kawhi Leonard
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The future of the Spurs' organization rests in the huge hands of Kawhi Leonard. When the "Big Three" have dismantled, Leonard will be looked at to lead San Antonio to greatness.

2. PF - Tim Duncan

Tim Duncan
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2. PF - Tim Duncan

Tim Duncan
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I believe the "Big Fundamental" will return for one last finale. Depending on the success of this season, Tim Duncan will exercise his player option for 2014-15 and take a farewell victory lap.

1. C - Tiago Splitter

Tiago Splitter
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1. C - Tiago Splitter

Tiago Splitter
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The Spurs' have a tough and gritty player in Tiago Splitter and will look to keep him around for as long as possible.

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