The Spurs are in a tough position in the off season and have little flexibility when it comes to improving this position, with Tony Parker hurt their likely choice is to work hard with the talent they do have. Spurs will likely re-sign Patty Mills and rumor has it that Dejounte Murray has already started a hefty off season workout. His development is crucial to the Spurs, the team needs him to become a contributor in Parker’s absence. Murray' improvement seems to be a more realistic bet than depending on Chris Paul to leave the Clippers.
The Spurs need players that can generate their own offense and not depend so deeply on Kawhi Leonard. Jonathan Simmons proved that he has the defensive prowess to guard the league’s elite players, his offensive game needs work though. The Spurs should focus on re-signing the forward and then developing his jump shot and possibly a floater in the lane. He has the speed and skill-set to be a reliable scorer off the bench, taking up the sixth man role that Spurs have depended on for so long from other players.
1) Free Agents/Draft:
The Spurs aren't completely tied up and will be able to pick up some cheaper free agents. The important move for this team is not get slower but faster. The Golden State Warriors are a team that will be an offensive juggernaut for years to come, the only way the Spurs will have a chance is to be a defensive juggernaut for years to come as well. Free agents must be defensive minded and capable of keeping up with speedy guards.The Spurs also have a First-Round pick in the draft and they have been known to make those draft picks count.