3. Chris Boucher
After putting together arguably his best campaign as a pro in 2021-22, Chris Boucher seems to finally be settling into his role for the Toronto Raptors. He made the most of his opportunities in his fifth NBA year, bringing hustle and energy off the bench when his team most needed it. He set career highs in total two-point makes, rebounds, and steals, while operating as a consistent perimeter threat and spacing the floor.
Boucher will have the chance to be a high-level role player with Toronto going forward thanks to his well-rounded game. With that said, he'll turn 30 years old in 2023, and it's rare to see a player make a significant jump at this point in their career. With his slender frame and limited size, he wouldn't be the ideal fit to play the four in San Antonio. It's best for Brian Wright and company to pass here.