Takeaways from San Antonio Spurs' Summer League Season

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Takeaways from San Antonio Spurs' Summer League Season
Cory Joseph could see more minutes as Tony Parker's backup next year.

Even conference champions need Summer League.

Coming off an NBA Finals appearance, the Spurs obviously didn't play any of their big-minute players, but used their slate of Summer League games to come away with a better idea of which players could stick on the roster for 2013-14 and beyond. 

The Spurs fared well in Vegas, finishing with a 3-2 record. This record was impressive, considering they did not play any blue-chip prospect or any high draft picks.

Let's look at the five most important takeaways from the Spurs' Summer League season. 

Note: All stats from the Vegas Summer League are from NBA.com, and all season stats are from Basketball Reference.

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