Ranking six former Spurs based on the likelihood of a reunion

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Now that the San Antonio Spurs have officially drafted Victor Wembanyama first overall, the team can finally begin a new era. That means the end of their rebuild and shifting back to competing. How fast that happens depends on how good he is right out of the gate, but they have a chance at a winning season and even making the play-in tournament next year.

That would only be the first step towards the goal of getting the Spurs back in title contention, however. Once they are ready, they will probably rely far less on young players and look to bring in veterans to build around Wembanyama.

If he is as good as many believe he will be, the Spurs will have no shortage of ring chasers willing to play for a team that has been mostly irrelevant since having to trade their last superstar and begin rebuilding. However, what if San Antonio were to look at bringing back some of their former players? And how likely would any notable one-time members of the Silver and Black be to shake hands on a reunion with the Spurs?