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With Kentavious Caldwell-Pope headed toward free agency this summer, the San Antonio Spurs would seem a logical landing spot for the shooting guard.
“San Antonio will have some options to replace him, as the shooting-guard market won’t be totally barren among players set to be available,” Urbina writes.
“One such player could be Caldwell-Pope.
“Though not the 3-point shooter Green was in his prime, Caldwell-Pope is coming off a career campaign from beyond the arc, hitting 38.3 percent of his triples as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers in 2017-18 – his most accurate mark since reaching the NBA.
“The 6-foot-5 guard is also an underrated stopper on the less glamorous side of the floor, with a keen aptitude for getting skinny, going around screens and staying glued to his man.”
Urbina speculates the Los Angeles Clippers and Memphis Grizzlies, as well as a possible return to the Los Angeles Lakers, as other possible landing spots for the 27-year-old Caldwell-Pope.