2019 NBA Draft
Barring any trades, the Spurs’ 2019-20 roster is set.
With D like this, at least one Spurs rookie might get some early playing time.
Checking out how the national media grades the Spurs’ draft choices.
The Spurs stayed put at their respective slots on draft night, nabbing a pair of 19-year-olds who should fit well with their young core and whose potential should be maximized by their proven developmental system.
Johnson is still young and very raw, but with the Spurs’ developmental system, he could end up being one of the steals of the draft.
The Spurs selected another guard in the second round.
The Spurs got the stretch big man that they needed, but Samanic could end up being more than just a spot-up shooter.
Needed a defender and may have gotten a steal.
Have the Spurs found another diamond in the rough?
There are plenty of ways the draft could go.
With the 29th pick in the Ridiculous Upside mock draft, the PTR Spurs took a flyer on a unique prospect in Georgia’s Nicolas Claxton.
In SBNation’s annual mock draft, the Spurs used their 19th pick to select Tennessee’s Grant Williams, a guy who should be able to do a bit of everything.
There are a couple teams with a plethora of second round picks who might be looking to package them in an attempt to move up in the draft. The Spurs should be interested.
Examining the pros and cons of each non-guard draftee that could be available to the Spurs at 19.
Examining the pros and cons of each player the Spurs would likely have to move up in the draft to acquire.
There should be a few willing partners if the Spurs decide that moving up in the draft is their best option.
Two teams in the Southwest Division ended up with the top two picks in the draft.