DeRozan was efficient in his first year in San Antonio, but he left room for improvement.
Despite a rocky start to the season, Aldridge ended up having the most efficient season of his career.
This season Mills did what he always does, but is it good enough?
In his sophomore season with the Spurs, Rudy Gay took his game to the next level.
Bertans’ strong season fell off a cliff, ultimately leading to two DNPs to close out the playoffs.
For better or worse, Belinelli was exactly who we thought he’d be.
Forbes was one of the most deadly shooters in the NBA this season, but he’s still rough around the edges.
The former top 10 draft pick showed his worth in his first season with the Spurs.
Cunningham worked his way into the starting lineup early in the season but ultimately ended up out of the rotation altogether.
The high-upside rookie is still a work in progress.
Pondexter battled back from years of injuries to sit on the Spurs’ bench.
Derrick White was thrown into the fire this season, and boy did he deliver.
The Spurs’ 2018 2nd round draft pick spent the majority of the season playing in the G-League for the Austin Spurs.