San Antonio Spurs: Grading Each 2018 NBA Free Agency Signing

The San Antonio Spurs had a rough 2017-18 NBA season, to say the least. With the drama surrounding star small forward Kawhi Leonard, the team was unable to compete in the Western Conference. They did end up making the NBA Playoffs, but were quickly knocked out by the Golden State Warriors in just five games.

After a ton of rumors about potential landing spots for Leonard this offseason, the Spurs have finally pulled the trigger on a deal that sent the star small forward and Danny Green to the Toronto Raptors for DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl, and a 2019 first-round pick.

Despite the void left by Leonard, the Spurs did have an aggressive approach to free agency. They are not looking to go down without a fight just yet. San Antonio is a proud franchise that will not allow themselves to go into a rebuilding process easily.

San Antonio went out and re-signed Rudy Gay, Davis Bertans, and Bryn Forbes. They also were able to bring in Marco Belinelli, who was a key role player for the Philadelphia 76ers last season during their run.

All of that being said, what grade do the Spurs deserve for each move that they have made in NBA free agency thus far?

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