Develop: Malaki Branham
Aside from Jeremy Sohan, Malaki Branham ranks as the most intriguing of the several second-year players on the Spurs roster. Even as a teenage rookie, Branham displayed intriguing potential as a scorer, particularly during the second half of the season. He showed the ability to knock down open threes, score off cuts, and finish in the paint with high-percentage floaters.
Although San Antonio's wing rotation is still uncertain for next season, it will probably feature Devin Vassell and Keldon Johnson playing at least 60 of the 96 available minutes. Given the promise Branham showed, it wouldn't be a surprise if he played a large chunk of those remaining minutes next season.
If he continues to develop as a scorer, he could even become a key part of the second unit and play alongside Vassell, Johnson, or even both in certain lineups. With three years left on his rookie contract, the Spurs have plenty of time to see what they really have in Branham. So far, it looks like they made a solid selection with the 20th pick in last year's draft, and they should definitely continue to develop him.