2014 NBA Free Agency: 5 Possible Options to Fill Out San Antonio Spurs’ Roster

2014 NBA Free Agency: 5 Possible Options to Fill Out San Antonio Spurs' Roster

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As the 2014 NBA free-agency period winds down, the San Antonio Spurs' roster looks almost exactly the same as last year's roster that won the 2014 NBA Finals. The Spurs have one roster spot remaining, and San Antonio possesses a full mid-level exception worth over $ 5 million. Knowing the Spurs have a considerable amount of money, let's take a look at the remaining free agents who could fill out San Antonio's roster.

5. Emeka Okafor

Emeka Okafor Washington Wizards 2014 NBA Free Agency
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5. Emeka Okafor

Emeka Okafor Washington Wizards 2014 NBA Free Agency
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Emeka Okafor missed the 2013-14 season due to a serious neck injury. The former No. 2 overall pick has disappointed greatly in his time in the NBA. For this reason, Okafor may be best served to sign with the Spurs and play for Gregg Popovich. The great coach is known to salvage careers, and San Antonio's organization may be exactly what Okafor needs at this time in his career.

4. Ramon Sessions

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4. Ramon Sessions

Ramon Sessions Milwaukee Bucks 2014 NBA Free Agency
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With Patty Mills slated to be out for much of the upcoming season, Cory Joseph is set to back up Tony Parker at the point guard position. Signing Ramon Sessions would be a smart idea for the Spurs, giving Joseph some much needed competition and adding some more depth to the position. With the Milwaukee Bucks last year, Sessions produced some very impressive numbers, tallying 17.5 points and 5.3 assists per 36 minutes.

3. Andray Blatche

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3. Andray Blatche

Andray Blatche Brooklyn Nets 2014 NBA Free Agency
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Andray Blatche is another player who produced some big numbers in small amounts of playing time last season. Blatche has demonstrated the ability to be a notable NBA player, averaging 16.8 points and 8.2 rebounds per game four season ago with the Washington Wizards. Last season, Blatche averaged 18.3 points and 8.7 rebounds per 36 minutes with the Brooklyn Nets.

2. Shawn Marion

Shawn Marion Dallas Mavericks 2014 NBA Free Agency
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2. Shawn Marion

Shawn Marion Dallas Mavericks 2014 NBA Free Agency
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Shawn Marion revealed last season that he still has some solid minutes left in the tank. Marion fits because he would be a strong veteran presence in the locker room. Marion, a versatile forward, can defend multiple positions and had one of his best three-point shooting seasons in his career last year with the Dallas Mavericks.

1. Mike Scott

Mike Scott Atlanta Hawks 2014 NBA Free Agency
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1. Mike Scott

Mike Scott Atlanta Hawks 2014 NBA Free Agency
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Mike Scott demonstrated some valuable skills in his second year in the NBA last season with the Atlanta Hawks. In six games as a starter, Scott averaged 14 points and 5.3 rebounds per game. Even more impressively, Scott posted averages of 17.5 points and 10.5 rebounds per game last season. Scott could be a guy who continues to develop over time as the Spurs look to set themselves up for life without Tim Duncan.

Nicholas Sciria is a San Antonio Spurs writer for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter @Nick_Sciria, “Like” him on Facebook or add him to your network on Google.

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