2. Bruce Brown - Denver Nuggets (Player Option)
Bruce Brown is making his first appearance in the NBA Finals, and the 26-year-old guard could be a terrific fit for the Spurs. His defensive versatility and three-point range could make him an invaluable asset for Gregg Popovich next season, and the front office should offer him a contract if he turns down his player option this summer.
Brown has done an outstanding job as a sparkplug off the bench for the Nuggets. He not only scores, but he also offers lockdown defense across multiple positions. Brown has averaged a career-high in points per game during his first year in Denver and recorded solid numbers as a rebounder, passer, and three-point shooter.
The six-four guard may be one of the most crucial players in the NBA Finals because he can impact the game in several ways. Every time Brown checks into the action, Denver improves on both ends. He is the kind of player who can change the dynamic of a matchup with his energy. Though he could return to Denver, the Spurs should keep their eye on him.