4 best remaining point guards the Spurs should sign in Free Agency

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Most members of Spurs nation seem to think there's a problem at point guard. Whether it be depth related or that there isn't an adequate starter running the show, fans have echoed this issue universally. San Antonio already re-signed Tre Jones, but a handful of floor generals are still on the free agent market that could help this team immensely next season.

1.) Kendrick Nunn

Kendrick Nunn is probably on everyone's list of best remaining players in free agency, and his name is popping up everywhere. It might take a higher price tag to sign him, but he’s a solid combo guard who has shot over 36% from three over his five-year career. His assist numbers are lacking for a lead ball-handler, but in a limited role, his playmaking is more than acceptable.

The 27-year-old score-first guard has come off the bench over the last couple of seasons, averaging a hair under 14 minutes per game. With Tre Jones and Blake Wesley in the fold for San Antonio, Nunn would likely see similar run in the Popovich rotation, possibly more if the team made a surprise run to the postseason.

Nunn also has playoff experience, making it all the way to the 2020 NBA Finals with Miami during his rookie season. Being able to teach younger players lessons about what it takes to reach the biggest stage would be invaluable to the Spurs as they try to build a championship contender.

The fourth-year veteran made just over $5 million last season, and his price tag would probably be the highest of anyone San Antonio pursues.