2020 NBA Draft
Breaking down the San Antonio’s second-round selection with Project Spurs Draft Analyst Benjamin Bornstein
Breaking down the San Antonio’s lottery selection with NBA Draft Analyst Aneesh Namburi
Neither a spate of rumors nor the pall of mediocrity forced the Spurs’ hand on draft night. Instead they stood pat in each round and made sound value moves that were perfectly on brand.
Jones is the latest on a long line of defensively-gifted guards that the Spurs will try to turn into well-rounded players.
The Spurs have a crowded backcourt and not a lot of depth at forward, but should that prevent them from going for the best player available if it happens to be a guard?
All the information you’ll need to get up to speed with the Spurs’ pre-draft news and rumors, in one place.
Several potential draftees to receive a care-package from the league
In what would be among the most desirable scenarios, the mock Spurs found themselves spoiled for choice at 11, ultimately going with Israeli wing Deni Avdija.
Could the Florida State swingman take a draft-day tumble and fall to San Antonio after a strange tweak to his jumper?
There’s a number of ways the Spurs may go with their first-round pick this year. If you know the thought process they’ll bring to draft night, the rest is easy.