It is no secret the San Antonio Spurs have struggled to shoot the three-ball in recent years. With the exception of a few names, most of their players have lacked the accuracy or confidence to fire away from beyond the arc. But that trend could come to an end this season if internal development and all the veteran additions come together to breath new life into the Silver and Black offense.
6.) Victor Wembanyama
Wembanyama isn't the first player you want chucking threes for the Spurs, but the towering teenager has a better shooting stroke from deep than most power forwards and centers. While his results have been all over the place, he never hesistates to let if fly if the defense sags off him too much.
Though the French phenom took 206 three-pointers with Metropolitans 92 last season, he only made 27.2% of those attempts. That mark was below league average, but he raised his efficiency to 30% at Summer League. While it was only two games, that's a promising sign for someone his size.
Regardless of the numbers, let's not forget this generational prospect has the skill to nail one-legged threes off the dribble in high-intensity matchups. He also turned heads by burying four triples on two seperate occasions last season.