3. Kevin Love - Miami Heat
At 34 years old, Kevin Love might be the type of experienced player the Spurs could use to mold their collection of young prospects. The veteran power forward is a four-time All-Star and NBA champion, and while he is no longer the same force he was during his prime, there is much this team could learn from him.
Even in what might be his lasts years in the league, Love is still an integral asset for Miami. He played about 22 minutes in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, notching six points and 10 rebounds while defending Nikola Jokic better than expected for a guy who has lost some mobility in the twilight of his career.
The former Cavalier made a handful of crucial plays away from the ball, losing Aaron Gordon as he relocated around the court for open shots. He is a dependable three-point threat and an expert at drawing charges, and Love could bring priceless playoff experience and basketball knowledge to San Antonio's roster.