Spurscast #666: Answering San Antonio Spurs 2022 Lineup Questions

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Going into the season, there are a lot of questions about the San Antonio Spurs 2022 lineup. In the latest Spurscast episode, host Paul Garcia and Project Spurs writer Matthew Lerma answer Spurs fan questions about: 

  • Josh Primo entering his second season
  • The starting lineup
  • The rotation this coming season
  • Who will be the leading scorer this season?
  • How this team compares to the 1996-1997 Spurs roster

Inside Spurscast Episode #666: San Antonio Spurs 2022 Lineup Questions

Team News

The Spurs still haven’t signed Jalen Adaway, and will have to waive a player to do so. Training camps for most NBA teams are scheduled to begin Monday September 26 with media day.

Will Josh Primo Start at the Point?

One of the questions several Spurs fans asked was whether or not Primo will be the starting point guard. With Dejounte Murray traded to the Atlanta Hawks, the position is now open. There seems to be a starting point guard competition between Primo, Tre Jones, and Blake Wesley.

Projecting The Starting Lineup

There’s still a lot of uncertainty in the rest of the starting lineup even after determining a point guard. Paul and Matt discuss the team’s options given the current roster. Will the Spurs start Primo, Keldon Johnson, Devin Vassell, Doug McDermott, and Jakob Poeltl?

Previewing The Rotation This Coming Season

Along with the starters, who will be the main backup players at each position off the bench? Will those players be Jones, Josh Richardson, Joe Wieskamp, Isaiah Roby, and Zach Collins?

Who Will Be the Spurs’ Leading Scorer in 2022?

One of the questions asked about the San Antonio Spurs 2022 Lineup was who will be the leading scorer this season. The default answer is usually Johnson. Could Vassell make a leap this season and be the go-to player by the end of the season?

The 2022-23 Spurs vs the 1996-97 Spurs

One of the final questions addressed is about comparing the roster for this coming season to the roster from the 1996-1997 Spurs team, which only won 20 games.

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