3. Cedi Osman
One of the most unexpected positive developments this season in San Antonio has been Cedi Osman. Last July, Osman came to the Spurs as part of a three-team trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat. After spending the first six seasons of his NBA career with the Cavs, Cedi got a change of scenery when he joined Wembanyama and the Spurs.
Not many expected Osman to come in and be a true impact player, but he has been a valuable member of this squad. Playing his lowest minutes per game since his rookie season, Osman has been scoring efficiently, registering a career-high 48.6% shooting percentage and knocking down timely shots for the Spurs all year.
Osman's production has been rock solid, and he could be a worthwhile role player on this team for years to come. But in the event San Antonio does not see him as a viable long-term piece, this would be the perfect opportunity to sell high on him.
Becoming an unrestricted free agent in summer of 2025, Osman will have a partially guaranteed salary for next season. A playoff team that is looking for a versatile wing would do well to give the Spurs a call about Cedi Osman.