I'd like to keep him. He's shown nice instincts as a point guard and he will no doubt improve.
I think we were so impressed with his early play that we expected him to play like a vet in the playoffs. He obviously didn't.
But he was a key contributor to this team and I hope management decides to keep him. He's a diamond in the rough IMO.
In time the team can help him improve his defense, decision making and shooting to possible be on par with Parker. If he develops nicely, and the Spurs feel they cannot keep him - they can trade him for a quality peice to our puzzle.
My preference is to keep him.