5.) Malaki Branham
There is no doubt Malaki Branham is a work in progress, but he showcased tremendous development at the California Classic and Las Vegas Summer League. He averaged 21.0 points per game and sank 48.1% of his 27 three-point attempts across both events.
Branham only connected on 30.2% of his 255 three-point attemps as a rookie, but he should improve that percentage with a full offseason under his belt. The overall spacing on the roster is better, and he has proven chemistry with numerous returning players.
With more confidence and league experience, the second-year swingman could turn into one of the go-to scorers off the bench for the Spurs. Expect Branham to see plenty of minutes with what could be a electric second unit in San Antonio.