Heading into 2022-23, the San Antonio Spurs are hitting the reset button on their rebuild.
For a franchise that was once declared the most successful, consistent organization in the league at one point a few years ago, a lot has changed for the San Antonio Spurs. In fact, this is a franchise that has not won a playoff series since the 2016-17 season.
For the past three seasons, San Antonio has won between 32-34 games and has missed the playoffs each year. It was clear that they decided this build was not it and that they needed a breath of fresh air.
An odd offseason for the San Antonio Spurs
That unrest likely led to the offseason. Out of left field, the Spurs traded Dejounte Murray to the Atlanta Hawks for three first-round picks. It was a sign that the Spurs were essentially resetting their rebuild. Something that probably had to be done, but just wasn’t all that expected.
And it made for an interesting offseason in San Antonio.