There are roughly 24 hours remaining until Thursday’s 2 p.m. trade deadline, and rumors are beginning to swirl. While the Spurs haven’t been connected with anything concrete, Sports Illustrated reported earlier today that they continue to explore their options on the perimeter. From Chris Mannix’s vast deadline primer: The Spurs have been aggressively pursuing wing help, with rival executives identifying Philadelphia’s (Evan) Turner as a top target, as USA Today reported. Kawhi Leoanrd’s recent injury spotlighted San Antonio’s lack of depth — Green, who has also been injured, has seen his numbers slip from last season — and league sources said the Spurs have ramped up the effort to acquire depth before the deadline. It’s unclear who San Antonio is willing to part with; the core, which includes Leonard, is off the table, and the Spurs recognize the value of Tiago Splitter alongside Tim Duncan. There are plenty of wing players available –Turner, (Ersan) Ilyasova, even (Brandon) Bass, just to name a few — so expect the Spurs’ phone lines to be busy right up until the deadline. A couple of quibbles. No. 1, the Spurs aren’t exactly thin on the perimeter when healthy. They just lack a true backup for Leonard. Otherwise they’re positively brimming with options: him, Manu Ginobili, Marco Belinelli, Danny Green. The key phrase being, “when healthy.”