3.) Moritz Wagner
The German center has looked like the best version of himself during the FIBA World Cup, averaging 12.8 points and 5.3 rebounds per game while starring alongside Dennis Schroeder as the team beat the odds with Franz Wagner on the sidelines for most of the tournament. The eldest Wagner brother has started every contest for Germany and been a steadying presence on the floor, especially in the dramatic victory over Latvia in the quarterfinals.
Moritz Wagner has been a fixture of the senior national team for years, even helping them make it to the 2020 Summer Olympics. However, the seasoned scorer will face his biggest challenge yet when Germany battles the United States in the semifinals on Friday morning. San Antonio should tune into this game to catch the 26-year-old in action. He could be well worth the wait if the Spurs keep him on their radar and sign him as a backup big when he hits free agency in 2025.