Mike Monroe: Spurs, Pistons have the MVP talent needed to force a rematch in 2006
Web Posted: 06/25/2005 12:00 AM CDT
San Antonio Express-News
Horry can opt out of his contract this summer. Since it is a minimum deal for only $1.1 million, the forward would be foolish not to do so. He wants to remain a Spur and the Spurs want him. They need to pay up.
A restricted free agent, Brown's back injury undoubtedly cost him some money on the market. The Spurs like him and want to keep him and he wants to stay in his hometown. Money will tell the tale.
Relegated to the bench in the Finals, it seems Nesterovic is sure to generate trade talk this summer. The Spurs will listen.
His nice rookie season was tainted by his awful play in the Finals. It will be a shock if the Spurs don't try to get something for him this offseason.
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I wouldn't mind adding Horry, but not sure how it would happen. Not sure about the rest. Glenn Robinson will also be a free agent.