Spurs’ good start to the season now seems to be a long way off. With an 11-game losing streak, the Texans are dead last in the Western Conference with a record of 6-18. The men of Gregg Popovich even coming close to the worst streak in franchise history recorded in 1989 with 13 straight losses. In this context, San Antonio naturally appears as a privileged target for possible transfers. One name keeps coming back to insiders, that of Jakob Poeltl. In two seasons, the Austrian is a safe bet in the NBA rackets with 12.9 points 64% shooting, 9.9 rebounds and 3.5 assists at the start of the campaign. The Texans executives would like two first-round picks in exchange.
The local journalist LJ Ellis induces two serious traces on the file. First and foremost, the Raptors are looking for one 7 side feet from a lease. Rumors all around Myles Turner Where Jarrett Allen never materialized. Suddenly, the Canadiens could send him home, who made his debut with the Raptors 905 before going to Toronto. Exchange in trade for Kawhi Leonard, Poeltl later appeared in Texas. Another suitor, the Warriors. Looking for a replacement in painting as a supplement Kevon Looney, Golden State has some young prospects to offer in return. Spurs wouldn’t be interested Jonathan Kuminga and James Wisemanbut rather by the shooter Moses Moody… with an asset as a bonus. A request perhaps a little too ambitious. LJ Ellis also states that veterans Josh Richardson and Doug McDermott are available for trading with drafts as currency.