The former 29th overall pick was forced into a role he wasn’t built for, but he handled it about as well as possible.
The second-round pick turned starting point guard’s future is in question, despite strong play.
The Spurs may have found a late-first-round gem in their young swingman
The Spurs’ highest draft pick since Tim Duncan had the best rookie season since him as well.
The veteran forward made an unexpected leap as an offensive player right in time for free agency.
The big man got healthy, and had the best season of his NBA career
The veteran saw his role reduced last season and still filled it well, but his limitations and age make him a tricky fit for the future.
Vassell has the highest ceiling of any Spur on the current roster, and he looked like it this season — when healthy.
In his first full year in San Antonio, Romeo Langford proved to be a tenacious defender but health issues and his lack of range prevented him from truly finding his place in the rotation.
The Spurs’ third rookie flashed plenty of potential, but an untimely injury stifled his development while the others thrived.
The scoring guard brought an offensive punch and veteran presence after being traded for midseason.
Initially a two-way player grabbed off the preseason waiver wires, Bassey eventually earned himself a multi-year deal and the backup center position before injury struck.
A late season addition to the roster quickly became a fan favorite
The veteran center filled an important role off the court as a mentor for a young team, but his best days are clearly behind him.
The Spurs’ two-way player was given a chance to shine at the end of the season and took advantage.
The late-season signee showed microwave potential on a two-way contract. Was it enough to secure a spot on an NBA roster?