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5 Ways to Fix the San Antonio Spurs This Offseason

5 Ways to Fix the San Antonio Spurs This Offseason

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If a team finds themselves in their second straight NBA Finals, there is probably not much they need to fix. The San Antonio Spurs have made the most improvements with the least attention and it'll stay that way. While no one is watching, San Antonio will become relevant for another season. Check out the five ways the Spurs can be fixed in the offseason.

5. Develop Corey Joseph

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5. Develop Corey Joseph

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The youth are the future, and the Spurs must prepare their young point guard in Corey Joseph for the future -- or just next season. Joseph has the ability to play a larger role in the Spurs' success, and we have seen what one offseason can do for players like Patty Mills.

4. Sign A Capable Shooter

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4. Sign A Capable Shooter

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Shooters, shooters and more shooters are exactly what the doctor ordered. The Spurs were able to grab a legit shooter in Marco Belinelli last offseason, which has helped them exponentially this year. Last season, Gary Neal was a major factor because of his range for beyond the arc, and the Spurs must continue this trend for their offense.

3. Re-sign Patty Mills

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3. Re-sign Patty Mills

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The offseason will be new ground for Patty Mills, being a sought after free agent. There are many teams that could use his talents, and with every game that he plays his stock seems to rise. The Spurs have to retain him for next year if they are to have any chance in duplicating their championship ways.

2. Convince Tim Duncan To Return

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2. Convince Tim Duncan To Return

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As the season's end grows near, the possibility of a Tim Duncan retirement becomes more and more real. Duncan has been the pillar of the Spurs' dynasty for two decades, but he continues to defy time and age. He looks like he has a few good years left, so the Spurs better convince him to use whatever he has left in the tank for another run.

1. Kawhi Leonard Must Accept "Franchise Player" Role

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1. Kawhi Leonard Must Accept "Franchise Player" Role

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If you witnessed Game 3 of the 2014 NBA Finals, then you know that Kawhi Leonard is the next in line for the Spurs. His quiet demeanor does not draw the attention he deserves, but he sure got the attention of the world with his 29-point explosion. In order for the Spurs to progress next season, Leonard must accept a leadership role and consistently play at a level that resembles his breakout performance.