Ranking all 17 Spurs from least to most trade value

The San Antonio Spurs have not been shy about making trades, but what is the value of their current talent?

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Veterans with flaws

The Spurs could trade the rest of their roster for positive value. Even these two veterans would draw at least one second-round draft pick if they are placed on the trade block.

11. Doug McDermott

McDermott is an elite 3-point shooter that plays 20 minutes per game. The 6’7 forward struggles on the defensive end of the floor, and his $13.7 million salary for this season is hefty. He could be traded as a salary-matcher, but teams will be hesitant to acquire an overpaid sharpshooter.

The Spurs would be forced to dangle Doug McDermott if they decide to make a massive splash, but that seems unlikely after the other moves they have made this offseason.

10. Cedi Osman

Osman’s playing time has decreased in each of the last five years, but he still played 18.0 minutes per game in the Cavaliers' playoff series against the Knicks. Cleveland had to create room to sign Max Strus, and trading Osman’s $6.7 million expiring salary was the cleanest move.

Osman’s production does not jump off the screen, but the 6’7 wing is a plus shooter that can defend multiple positions. Do not be surprised to see San Antonio flip him at the deadline if they are out of contention.