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San Antonio Spurs: An NBA Comparison for Each of the Younger Players

The Spurs' roster is made up of a diverse group of players. While they have many veterans, they also have a large number of younger, less experienced players. In these players we have seen flashes of stardom, exciting many fans. In these early stages of their careers, it is difficult to tell what the future holds. Some players could develop into possible NBA stars, and could be the faces of the "post-Duncan" era in San Antonio.
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