With the San Antonio Spurs signing Aldridge and also Leonard to multiple positions, the Spurs dynasty and classification as one of the most elite teams in the NBA history is secured. This could be Tim’s last season and a classic passing of the torch to Aldridge as their new franchise player together with Kawhi Leonard. Surely the San Antonio Spurs will be and always be one of the playoffs and title contender in the league for years to come. They will always be the team to watch and the team to beat. 

The spurs management and coaching staff had always been great with making decisions for their franchise and its history, as one of the most elite team for the past decade they have consistently been always a contender for the finals and the playoffs. They had put together talented and smart players all throughout their team's roster from all over the world, bridging nations and race.

Aldridge is a big welcome addition to the historical franchise of San Antonio, with Tim’s announcement of his last season with the Spurs, LaMarcus will be their new anchorman and big reliable just as Duncan is. This will be a remarkable but not too much of a change I think for the team as LaMarcus can do all sort of things as Duncan can and with the guidance and passing of knowledge by the big fundamental to their new franchise player I’m quite sure the transition will be smooth and easy. I’m also sure that the next season will be an exciting one for the spurs and all NBA fans will be talking about them. With the team still very much intact this will be a season to remember, as they will surely do all their best to have a wonderful and fulfilling season and hopefully win the championship for Duncan and maybe Manu and tony as well. 

Being an elite team in the NBA and competing in the playoffs for the trophy is not easy nor is it done overnight or by putting up a team with more all-stars than the others. It takes sacrifice and dedication, good team management and coaching. That's what the Spurs have done for the past decade and hopefully for more decades to come.