4.) George Hill
Listen, George Hill is old in basketball years and hasn’t played more than 60 games in a season since 2018. Is he one of the best remaining point guards San Antonio could sign? Talent wise, no, he is not. However, if we look at this from a different perspective, inking him to a short-term contract may be a good move.
Hill was a first-round pick out of IUPUI way back in 2008 when he first started with the Spurs. A lot of you probably remeber the crucial role he played when he was here, and he was even the centerpiece of the draft-night trade that landed Kawhi Leonard. (yes, bad memories, I know).
The 37-year-old might have a bit of gas left in the tank, but the Spurs are a rebuilding team. All of the rostered point guards are incredibly young. They still sit at the kid's table at dinner, and they could use a veteran mentor. Who better than Hill to provide that leadership and instill Spurs culture into the next generation who will shape the future of this organization?
If intangibles count in this discussion, then Hill’s their guy. Best of all, San Antonio could probably sign him for next to nothing on a veteran minimum deal.