By Trevor Zickgraf, Project Spurs.com
I can't remember a time when the San Antonio Spurs have been involved in trade rumors around the trade deadline. Last year's trade swap of Richard Jefferson and Stephen Jackson was reported out of nowhere. Now the Spurs have been mentioned in two rumors for two big names in less than a week. First it was Al Jefferson and yesterday it was Josh Smith. It's important to say that these are just rumors and probably aren't going anywhere, but in an attempt to keep an open mind about the roster flaws of the league's number one team (record wise anyway) and have a little fun. Here goes nothing!
Josh Smith for Stephen Jackson and Tiago Splitter: Look, if any deal involving Josh Smith and the Spurs goes down, I'd be stunned if it didn't involve both Jack and Splitter. The numbers make sense, the Hawks keep the bulk of their cap flexibility and get a talented center in Splitter that allows Al Horford to move to power forward.
Is it worth it for the Spurs?
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