The San Antonio Spurs is the epitome of a successful franchise in NBA after success year after year in the regular season and the post season. Even when David Robinson retired the Spurs continued to win with Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, and Tim Duncan. And now that Duncan has retired they have a new emerging superstar in Kawhi Leonard. Here are a few updates on the San Antonio Spurs:

London Perrantes goes to San Antonio

RealGM staff has reported that London Perrantes has agreed to a contract with the San Antonio Spurs for next season. London Tyus Perrantes is a 22-year-old American basketball attended Crespi Carmelite High School and later on played for Virginia and directly led them to the sweet 16 in his freshmen year.

In his whole college basketball career, he averaged 12.7 points and 3.8 assists while playing 138 games and scoring a total of 1,225 points. Now he has a chance to play for probably the best franchise in the NBA next season; he has the opportunity to show that he deserves to play at the NBA level.

Matt Costello signs with the Spurs

Zach Lowe of ESPN has reported that Matt Costello has signed a two-way contract with the San Antonio Spurs and its G-League affiliate the Austin Spurs a couple of months back this offseason. Matt is a 25-year-old American basketball player who played for Michigan State in his college basketball career. In his senior year, Costello acquired numerous awards and recognitions for the CBS BigTen 2nd team, BigTen 2nd team Media, BigTen 2nd team Coaches, Bleacher report team of the week, Sports Illustrated glue team, Reese's college all-star game, Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, and PIT All-Tournament Team.

He went undrafted in the 2016 NBA Draft and played for the Iowa Energy in the NBA D-league. Now he has a great chance to make an impact at the NBA level while playing for a great, structured, and amazing organization.

Ginobili will play one more season

After every season in the NBA for the San Antonio Spurs there will always be a question of who will retire and who will come back next season, with Tim Duncan retiring last year the spotlight was all on the Argentinian All-Star Manu Ginobili.

The 40-year-old former sixth man of the year is not his former self but still contributes a lot for the Spurs especially that big time block against James Harden in the Semi finals of last seasons playoff. Adrain Wojnarowski of ESPN reported a couple of months back that Ginobili will indeed return for another season and is hoping to win one more ring before he calls an end to his illustrious NBA career.