Offseason Salary Cap Digest: San Antonio Spurs

The Spurs haven’t had a winning percentage below .600 in a season for two decades, and the franchise added another cornerstone piece to its core when it signed LaMarcus Aldridge last summer. However, even after a 67-win showing, San Antonio will be faced with a challenging offseason. If Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, and David West retire or land elsewhere, the Spurs will have some cap room to work with, but not enough for a max contract, and replacing those veterans won’t be easy. With Aldridge and Kawhi Leonard around, it’s not as if San Antonio will enter a rebuilding phase anytime soon, but keeping the team in strong contention for a title may require a little creativity from GM R.C. Buford.

See how San Antonio’s cap situation looks for 2016/17 as Hoops Rumors continues its offseason salary cap digest series.

Guaranteed Salary

Player Options

Team Options

  • None

Non-Guaranteed Salary

Restricted Free Agents (Qualifying Offers/Cap Holds)

Unrestricted Free Agents (Cap Holds)

Other Cap Holds

  • Nikola Milutinov ($1,026,300)
  • Livio Jean-Charles ($990,700)
  • No. 29 pick ($983,400)
  • Total: $3,000,400

Projected Salary Cap: $92,000,000


  1. Diaw’s full $7,000,000 salary would become guaranteed on June 30th.

The Basketball Insiders salary pages were used in the creation of this post.

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2 thoughts on “Offseason Salary Cap Digest: San Antonio Spurs

  1. rxbrgr

    I think there are also some cap holds that should be included for international first-round draftees.

    • Luke Adams

      Hmm, I’d left Milutinov and Jean-Charles out for now since there’s been no indication either one will be coming to the Spurs for the 2016/17 season. But I suppose they should be included until they’re formally removed, so I’ve added them. Thanks.


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