3. Bryn Forbes
Bryn Forbes does one thing better than most -- shoots the hell out of the ball. He nailed 40% of his 3-pointers in his first four years in the NBA with San Antonio and he's doing that again this season.
You can never have too many accurate shooters on your team, and with how three-point-happy everyone is nowadays, Bryn's value should be high as the trade deadline approaches. When utilized correctly like he was with the Milwaukee Bucks last season, he can be an important asset to boost a sputtering offense or provide a scoring punch.
As Shams Charania of The Athletic reported last month (subscription required), Forbes is "expected to procure interest from contending teams throughout the league."
There haven't been any rumblings from the Spurs' camp surrounding his availability, but then again, there never are rumblings of anything happening in San Antonio -- it just suddenly happens. Considering the wealth of guards San Antonio is hoping to develop like Joshua Primo and Tre Jones, it wouldn't really hurt them to ship Forbes off for a future asset or two if that deal lands on their table.
While Spurs fans should probably prepare for another quiet trade season, not much about the 2021-22 NBA season has been conventional, so you never know for sure.