4. Keldon Johnson
Keldon Johnson attempted 407 three-pointers last season, which was 100 more than anyone else on the roster. While he was lights out from long distance in 2021-22, the fourth-year small forward made a less-than-stellar 32.9% of his triples in his first go-round as a primary scorer.
Despite suffering a down year from beyond the arc, Spurs fans are keeping their fingers crossed that Johnson has a breakout season. He has displayed courage in the face of adversity, and he seemingly has the traits of a player that can offer the leadership to push a team to the playoffs.
With Wembanyama attracting more defensive attention, Keldon should have more wide-open threes this season. His per-game numbers will likely take a hit, but the Big Body should have one of the most efficient scoring seasons of his career.