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    Absolutely love him & he's being overlooked.

    Two way athletic 3&D wing with a high ceiling to be more.

    Can play the 2-4 in today's NBA. Has good athleticism and great length (7'2") and height (6'8").

    Very active & disruptive player that I love.

    Want him.

    Worst case: Tony Snell
    Best case: Jimmy Butler

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    Trade into the lottery to get him.

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    One thing i don’t understand about him is his low defensive numbers 0.6 steal 0.4 block.. as he is a good defensive player.

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    The most recent Sam Vecenie podcast had quite a bit on Hunter

    His guest was the guy who wrote this article:

    https://www.thestepien.com/2019/02/1...nter-scarcity/

    Both seemed to think he wouldn't last long in the draft. One of them had him top 5 if I remember right.

    The article has a lot on the blocks & steals issues.

    Long story short, even if the Spurs miss the playoffs (which I expect would happen if White misses the majority of the remaining games) ... They probably still won't be in position to grab Hunter with the 13th or 14th pick.

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    I have seen him projected anywhere from 6 to 16. If he starts to slide, I would love for the Spurs to move up for him. He is very complete and accustomed to playing in a strong, team-oriented system. If the Spurs are slotted at 18, I think they have the resources to move up to possibly 14 to grab him.

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    One thing i don’t understand about him is his low defensive numbers 0.6 steal 0.4 block.. as he is a good defensive player.
    He won ACC defensive player of the year and is up for NCAA defensive player of the year also. I honestly thought Zion would win ACC defensive player because he has crazy defensive averages and he is a really good defender.

    Either way Hunter is a good player and if he works on his handle and keeps shooting as well as he has all season he could become a great NBA player. I honestly think it depends on where he is drafted though

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    Looked good in Championship game.



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    He would be amazing, but that performance probably put him in the top 5. He had been having a mediocre tourney up to that point too, but i only ever saw him drop as low as 10.

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    More realistic and over looked is Kris Wilkes of UCLA. He is prototypical SF 6-8 and will be a nice option once coached up by the Spurs.

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