Johnson has been a fixture in the Spurs’ starting lineup for the last three seasons, starting 204 of the 207 games he’s appeared in. But with Victor Wembanyama in the fold and San Antonio considering him a forward as opposed to a center, someone will have to move to the bench if the first overall pick is a starter from Day 1. It could be Johnson, and as of late July, he appears to be open to doing whatever the team needs. “Yeah. I just want to win. Whatever I got to do to win, I am looking forward to that, so we’ll see how it goes,” Johnson told Tom Orsborn of the San Antonio Express-News. While Johnson entered last season with a Yahoo ADP of 70, he finished the year ranked outside the top 150 and has yet to produce a top-100 season. Devin Vassell has been a better fantasy option, and that would remain the case next season if Johnson’s asked to come off the bench.