Sports Illustrated yearly ranking on Top 100 NBA players. Some make surprises and others have consistently topped the rankings. There are four in Silver and Black uniform who was rank in the top 100.
Dejounte Murray, 94
The point guard who sat out for the entire season was surprisingly here. The season prior to his injury made him the Spur’s future. Making the second All-Defensive team the youngest ever who broke Kobe Bryant record. The Spurs are expecting too much on him, to bolster the team defense and to lead his team in wins.
Derrick White, 91
With the way, he played last season and the playoff performance. He cemented his draft stock as another Spurs steal. With his name including in the USA men’s national team. He is going to make havoc in the league. Either he starts or off the bench, he will continue what he started. Although there are a lot of guys ahead of him that doesn’t deserve it’s safe to say that White will surpass them.
Demar DeRozan, 31
With his 21,6,6 it’s isn’t enough to be an All-Star. On his first season as a Spur, he had some inconsistency on his game. Playing out of his real position he been look worst on defense. DeRozan can give the Spurs another good season. Which he is seeking a final huge contract on his career. The Spurs are looking for him to improve his game the three point shot.
LaMarcus Aldridge, 16
The Spurs lone All-Star send last February. He led the team in scoring, rebounds, and blocks. Aldridge had a career game against the Thunder were he scored 56 points. He will likely continue the Spurs playoff streak. With the team had a good defense again around the perimeter, Aldridge will not take too much energy. That he can improve more on his offense.