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The Spurs will pick 11th in the 2020 NBA Draft

No lottery ball luck this time, but the Spurs still have their highest pick since 1997.

NBA: NBA Draft Lottery Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports

The San Antonio Spurs are in the NBA draft lottery for the first time since selecting Tim Duncan in 1997, and although the lottery balls didn’t bounce their way this time, they came out right where the odds said they would with the 11th overall pick.

It will still be their highest draft pick since what turned out to be the biggest day and franchise history, and while this isn’t a draft that is considered to have many franchise players, it should be a very deep one that will allow the Spurs to find some good value with the 11th pick. They will also pick 41st in the second round.

Who do you want to see the Spurs pick, and what position should they address?