While the San Antonio Spurs are still treading through the highs and lows of an extremely rare rebuild, the team's adaptive play style can only cover so many roster holes. Fortunately, the front office will have ample room to make moves in the offseason, paving the way for the Silver and Black to get another contributor or two.
One player the front office could look into is former Spurs forward Kyle Anderson. Currently suiting up for the upstart Memphis Grizzlies, he is now in the final year of a four-year, $37 million deal he signed in the summer of 2018.
Now, reunions that are more purposeful than sentimental are rare in the NBA, much less for the clandestine Spurs. However, they do not necessarily shy away from such, as they showed when they surprisingly signed Bryn Forbes in the offseason before trading him. Anderson undeniably has more value, but will it be enough to prompt San Antonio to hunt him back in free agency?
Let's take a look at what Anderson brings to the table and how that could benefit the San Antonio Spurs in their current state.