The San Antonio Spurs have been the model of consistency throughout the NBA for more than two decades.
Led by the greatest coach in modern NBA history, the winningest Big Three of all time, and a quiet young superstar from San Diego State, it once seemed the days of Spurs dominance would never end.
As we all know, Father Time has never been beaten and all good things must come to an end. It is now September 2018; Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili are retired, Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard have successfully taken their talents to the Eastern Conference, and Gregg Popovich is nearing the twilight of his coaching career.
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The Alamo City has long been known for the leadership of their savvy veterans, but wheeling and dealing galore has ensured the 2018-2019 rendition of the storied franchise will be filled to the brim with exciting young talent. While inexperience will rear its ugly head on more than a few occasions, San Antonio’s youngsters are sure to get Spurs fans off their feet.
With all the new faces around the roster, San Antonio’s average player age sits at just under 27-years-old. Several impending moves and a 38-year-old Pau Gasol certainly skew that number a bit, but the Spurs youth movement is legitimately in full swing. With that said, let’s take a look at the five young Spurs with the most All-Star potential.