Ranking the possible returns of former Spurs from "must-have to hard pass"

There are a handful of ex-Spurs that could be available this off-season. Some possible reunions make sense while others are downright laughable.
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1. Kyle Anderson - F

Kyle Anderson spent his first four seasons (2014-2018) in San Antonio, steadily growing as a rotational player in his time there.

After Anderson left for the Memphis Grizzlies in 2019, he started to carve out a bigger role as time went on. After many years, fans began to see the value that Anderson brings to a team.

Anderson, now 30 years old, is a fundamentally sound power forward who does the little things to win. He has a great basketball IQ and knows when and where to move the ball on offense. Anderson is a fantastic rebounder, getting in a great box-out position every time a shot goes up.

Welcoming Anderson back to San Antonio would be a win-win. Anderson, would not break the bank financially, allowing San Antonio to remain wealthy in terms of cap space. Anderson gives San Antonio that veteran experience, having been a part of many winning teams over his post-Spur career.

Anderson is the number one player on this list not because of his skill but because of his impact on this younger San Antonio team that showed a lot of immaturity and a lack of discipline thanks to their age last season.

Decision - Must have