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Determining possible directions the Spurs could take this offseason

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Noah Magaro-George and Indy Cornrows contributor Mark Schindler discuss lottery options, Ben Simmons, and host a Q&A.

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More news continues to pour in about which prospects the Spurs are making contact with leading up to the 2021 NBA Draft. From surefire lottery selections and first-round hopefuls to potential undrafted players and second-round sleepers, it appears San Antonio is leaving no stone unturned when it comes to scouting this class.

As if pinpointing the best candidate for the 12th overall pick wasn’t tough enough already, the Silver and Black must also decide what direction this franchise is heading in after missing the playoffs in consecutive seasons. Add on Team USA head coaching duties for Gregg Popovich, and this has quickly become one of the busiest offseasons in team history.

Mark Schindler of Indy Cornrows and Premium Hoops joins me on this edition of the Alamo City Limits Podcast to discuss the best fits for San Antonio in the draft, possible Ben Simmons trade packages, and the Tokyo Olympics as a recruiting tool. Stay tuned for a special fan Friday Q&A and click here for information on how to join in on the fun.