By Jose Grijalva, Project Spurs
If you thought the San Antonio Spurs may stand pat this season in respect to trades, get ready to be surprised. As reported by Chris Sheridan on his website, the Spurs may be front runners to land Utah's Al Jefferson:
The San Antonio Spurs are the front-runners to land Al Jefferson in a trade with the Utah Jazz – and they are frontrunners like Secretariat was in the 1973 Belmont Stakes.
Although it's just a rumor, it's a pretty interesting one. Sheridan goes on to say the Jazz may need a PG in return, which the Spurs have a surplus of. Anyone say Cory Joseph? They'd also ask for Tiago Splitter, who will be a free agent and most likely not retained by the Spurs since he's a restricted free agent and will have a team overpay him with his contributions this season.
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