Last season, Tony Parker surprised everyone with a breakout season, deserving of MVP mention. He was accompanied by Tim Duncan, whose bounce back year proved that he still had gas left in the tank.
However, the biggest surprise was Kawhi Leonard, the rookie phenom, who took the NBA by storm as one of the league's most productive rookies.
Now, with the 2012-13 season looming overhead, one can only wonder: Which players will guide the team to victory? Which youngsters will finally break out? And what can be expected of the newer additions, who will spend their first complete season with the Spurs?
Until the season begins, those questions will remain unanswered, so let's take a look at how we think they will perform in the upcoming year.