Kristaps Porzingis has yet to play a single game for the New York Knicks, but this has not stopped several teams from considering adding him to their fold. One team that has a significant interest is the San Antonio Spurs, a team where the Latvian could further hone his skills.

Such was suggested by Kevin O'Connor of the Ringer, but he did raise questions on whether the Spurs can create the necessary cap space to accommodate the 7-foot-3 player. Porzingis could be dangled a max offer of $122.1 million over four years as a restricted free agent in the summer.

There is no official word yet on whether Porzingis will suit up for the Knicks this season. Seeing as how the Knicks have been lagging behind badly, this may not matter. However, the team's direction could be of importance to him despite the fact he has made public that he is happy in Gotham, the NY Post reported.

"Absolutely, I want to stay here all my career," Porzingis said. "But the thing I want most of all is winning. When the time comes, I will seriously start to think about it. Right now I just try to do my best."

But his stay has somehow raised a few eyebrows when the Knicks opted not to give the Latvian a contract extension. The move was later on explained as a tactical one to give New York an additional $10 million to spend next season.

Looking at the latter part of what Porzingis said, winning is of utmost importance. Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich is no stranger to winning, leading the Spurs squad to numerous titles with less heralded players. Furthermore, Coach Pop could play an integral role in his growth as a player, something most have seen from popular ones right now like Kawhi Leonard.

Hence, it may all come down to what contract the Knicks will offer to Porzingis. The New York Daily News suggested that KP could get an offer below the max value with injury protections, something similar to what Joel Embiid got from the Philadelphia 76ers.

All these are theories, meaning a better view on what lies ahead for Porzingis should evolve in the coming months. As for the Spurs, having KP team up with LaMarcus Aldridge up front could be something, another twin tower combo that calls to mind the time of David Robinson and Tim Duncan (1997 to 2003). That duo accounted for two of their five NBA titles (1999 and 2003).