Updated projected starting lineup, depth chart after Chris Paul signing

Signing Chris Paul has led to increased hope that the San Antonio Spurs will make the playoffs and his arrival will also dramatically alter the team's rotation.
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Power forward: Jeremy Sochan, Sandro Mamukelashvili, RaiQuan Gray (TW).

Although there have been rumors that the Spurs may trade for Brook Lopez, we'll list Jeremy Sochan as the starting power forward for now. His starting the season at the four should lead to him having a better start to the year after spending the early part of last season at point guard.

Having a skilled passer handle those responsibilities should free him up to focus on defense while also helping him to get easy baskets off of cuts. Still, in his third season, his biggest goal should be improving his shooting. He made strides on that end last season, but for him to live up to his full potential, he'll have to shoot above league average.

After being retained, Sandro Mamukelashvili seems like the perfect option at backup power forward given his shooting, passing ability, and basketball IQ. His ability to run the floor, score off cuts, and rebound should make him a great backup for the Spurs next season.