San Antonio Spurs: What Will Their 2018-19 Rotation Look Like?

The San Antonio Spurs are an NBA franchise in flux. They have only two players left from their 2014 championship squad: Patty Mills and Manu Ginobili. And even those guys were just reserve players on that team.

For 2018-19, Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich faces the challenge of constructing a very different rotation. Kawhi Leonard, Danny Green, Tony Parker, and Kyle Anderson are all gone. And DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl, Marco Belinelli, Dante Cunningham, and Lonnie Walker have joined the team.

How will Pop construct his lineups and distribute minutes? Let’s take a look, even though the roster isn’t completely set yet. I’ll be including estimated playing time and short explanations for each player.

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