3. Dario Saric
Being traded from the Phoenix Suns to the Oklahoma City Thunder at the NBA Trade Deadline this past season, I find it hard to imagine that he's going to re-sign in OKC considering the small role he played for the team during the final stretch of the season. As an unrestricted free agent, he's another veteran option that the Spurs could turn to this offseason.
While it may not appear so in a traditional sense, Saric does have some similarities to Victor Wembanyama as he prepares to make his move to the NBA. As a highly-touted overseas prospect, Saric made the jump to the NBA during the 2016 season. He was originally the 12th overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. He may not have had the same level of hype that Wemby has at the moment, but Saric did make his NBA debut with the Philadelphia 76ers will some added pressure to produce, and at a high level.
Saric can not only help on that front but he could also help another versatile forward on the Spurs roster, Jeremy Sochan. Saric would also add another element to the Spurs off the bench as a player that could offer a similar versatility that their starting frontcourt has.