Midseason report card: Grading Spurs players at the All-Star break

Grading the San Antonio Spurs' key players heading out of the All-Star Break.

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Keldon Johnson: C

One player on the Spurs roster who was expected to perform well this season is Keldon Johnson. However, he has not met these expectations and has gone from being a team leader to being considered a trade asset. Unless he improves his performance soon, he may be left out of the team's plans.

Keldon started in fewer than half of the games and is managing to average 16 points, 5.7 rebounds, and 3 assists. However, he hasn't done much in the important moments, and his value to the team has decreased over time. This season, he has achieved his worst field goal percentage so far in his career, and his numbers have dropped significantly in the last month, which has raised concerns about his future on the team.

Zach Collins: F

Zach Collins was expected to be a key player for the Spurs this season, particularly after Wemby's move to power forward and Jacob Poeltl's departure from the team. However, despite his strong temperament, Collins' performance hasn't improved from last season's numbers, resulting in disappointment for the team.

Regrettably, due to his subpar performances and lack of significant contribution to the franchise, he should be considered one of the primary candidates to be gone from the team at the end of the year unless he demonstrates a clear improvement in the remaining games of the regular season.

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