10. Reggie Bullock - SG, New York Knicks
If the Spurs are as serious about reloading with shooters as they should be, another solid option would be the seven-year veteran forward/guard Reggie Bullock. The 6-6 wing has had some stellar shooting seasons, highlighted by his 44.5 percent 3-point shooting mark in Detroit in 2017-18. This season, Bullock shot an impressive 41 percent from beyond the arc.
Reggie has played well for the Knicks in the last two seasons, starting in all but 11 of his 94 games played and averaging 10.0 points per. While he's never been a particularly good rebounder (3.4 rebounds per game in his career), his marksmanship and the added floor-spacing he would bring to San Antonio might make up for that. The Spurs also have smaller guys like Dejounte Murray and Keldon Johnson to help on the glass, as they did last season.
Bullock would be a nice addition to the Spurs' roster, but unfortunately, it looks like both he and the Knicks are interested in him continuing his journey in New York. While he's unrestricted, the Knicks can go over the cap to give Bullock a deserved raise and bring him back using Early Bird rights.
Given his rumored lack of interest in leaving and the fact that sources believe his market value has risen to over $9 million, I think the Spurs are fine sitting this one out.