4. Kyle Anderson
Reunions are always pretty fun in the NBA. Fans of a team typically love when they see a familiar face come back to town -- whether it's as an opponent or perhaps returning to suit up for their old club. The San Antonio Spurs will have the chance to reunite with 2014 first-round pick Kyle Anderson in the summer of 2024.
Anderson is entering the final season of a two year, $18 million contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Last year, he had one of the most efficient campaigns of his career. Slow-mo scored 9.4 points per game, while converting 50.9% of his attempts overall and 41.0% from long range. His ability to knock down the three-ball is something that's evaded him throughout his NBA tenure.
For his career, Anderson has shot just 34.5% from beyond the arc on just 1.3 attempts per game. He didn't shoot the three at a high volume last season, but the improvement is very impressive.
Again, shooting is crucial in today's NBA. Bringing back a more reliable version of Anderson could be a help to the Spurs as they look to rise up the ranks in the West. The 39-year-old spent four seasons with San Antonio from 2014-2018. He averaged 4.9 points, 3.6 rebounds, and 1.7 assists in 17.9 minutes per game.
Anderson's versatile game would make him a welcome re-addition in San Antonio, likely for the cheap.