After their attempted signing of Marcus Morris fell apart, the San Antonio Spurs turned to Trey Lyles to help solidify their frontcourt. Lyles had bounced between the Utah Jazz and Denver Nuggets in his first four years in the league. His signing with the Spurs looked like a solid chance for him to find some stability in year five.
Shortly after he was signed, we predicted that Lyles would have to work for his minutes, as all new signees do. But if the Spurs famed coaching staff could help him find some consistency with his 3-point shot he could be a real asset for San Antonio off the bench.