San Antonio Spurs power forward LaMarcus Aldridge and the Spurs have reached an agreement to pursue a buyout, and LaMarcus Aldridge will be taking his talents elsewhere. Aldridge was a top notch trade target at the NBA trade deadline, but no deal ever came to fruition.
LaMarcus Aldridge has been a staple for the San Antonio Spurs since his arrival to the team in 2015, but he will now take his talents elsewhere in hopes of a championship pursuit.
Aldridge has been in the NBA for 15 years and hasn’t won a championship yet, so it’s likely his next team will be a contender.
Despite the Spurs wanting to go younger, LaMarcus Aldridge has proven that age is just a number with his outstanding performance this season and his next team will be happy to have him. Aldridge is averaging 13.7 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 1.7 assists this season while shooting the ball very well.
There’s no doubt that LaMarcus Aldridge will be a hot commodity to be signed as a buyout option, but the question looms as to where he will wind up taking his talents. Let’s take a look at three logical options for LaMarcus Aldridge to wind up.