3 Spurs on stock watch for the last month of the season

With only a few games left in the regular season, some players on the San Antonio Spurs see their value rising, while others are starting to take a hit.

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2. Jeremy Sochan

As previously mentioned, Sochan bore a lot of criticism at the beginning of the season due to the experimentation of running him at point guard. While there were plenty of mistakes that were made, it hasn’t diminished Sochan's ability to do what he does best: be aggressive on both ends of the court.

The 2nd-year forward continues to show promise as one of the best defenders on San Antonio’s roster, as his versatility allows him to match up against the toughest offensive talents each night.

Another area where Sochan has shown growth is from behind the arc. The forward has brought his three-point percentage from 24 to 30 percent, and Sochan has attributed that improvement to a newfound confidence.

It’s that same confidence that allowed him to put up 26 points, a career-high 18 rebounds, and a game-winning three in a win against the Suns the other night, despite the Spurs not having Wembanyama. If Sochan can continue to showcase his versatility, there’s no telling where his potential can take him.