NBA free agent LaMarcus Aldridge is one of the most sought after free agents this summer. The San Antonio Spurs will take their shot at persuading him to join their roster when they meet this week. Though San Antonio is not a premiere city like some of Aldridge’s other options: Houston, Dallas, and LA; the Spurs are a premiere franchise. Coach Greg Popovich and the long time trio of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili have amassed an incredible record together. Although they exited the playoffs in the first round this year, they are only one year removed from a championship. It is almost a guarantee that if Aldridge goes to San Antonio he is going to win a lot of basketball games. But, there are a number of factors that Keith knows will surely play into his decision beyond just the team’s recent successes, one of those being an opportunity to return home. Even if he doesn’t end up with the Spurs, the chances that LaMarcus Aldridge is a Texas resident next year are high. He grew up in Dallas and went to school at the University of Texas in Austin. All of the Texas teams look to be championship caliber next season and he could find a welcome return to the Lone Star State with any of the three. For now, the suiting carries on and many teams remain in suspense, waiting to see if this superstar will choose them.