By Trevor Zickgraf, Project Spurs.com
The San Antonio Spurs have the third best record in the Western Conference (25-8) and are only a half game behind the Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Clippers for the top spot. They've been rolling lately after losing four of five in an absolute murderous stretch of the schedule. So overall, they're in pretty good shape.
Their defense has also improved (eighth in opponents field goal percentage, second in opponents three point percentage), but it feels like they still have the same concerns as last season. They're not athletic enough, yada, yada, yada. With that in mind, if the Spurs were to make a move, who would be the most likely suspect to go? It's easy to say DeJuan Blair because so often he seems like the odd man out in the big man rotation. Only problem is the Spurs tried and couldn't find a deal they liked for Blair last summer (things can change of course).
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