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    Going big is for all position days of Forbes and Mills are over

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    Though I like Mitchell Robinson, Zhaire and Robert Williams, I don't think any of them will be there for the Spurs.

    But another guy I am interested in is Red Mamba Jr., Kevin Huerter

    He's not popping on a lot of mocks yet, but I expect that to change with the combine.

    Doesn't turn 20 until August, good wing size at 6-7, should measure with serviceable length, and just a premiere shooter of the three ball with NBA range and quick release. Also has solid playmaking for his position, nice touch, plays tough, and isn't a total cone on defense like a Musa.






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    If we somehow trade Kawhi and lets say get Philly 1st and there 2 high second picks the top players I would look at that could be in our range would be:
    1. Mohamed Bamba - CENTER- 70 with 79 wingspan - Great Rim protector - Draft Net has a score of 93
    2. Mikal Bridges - SG/SF - 67. Good offense and defense player - Draft Net score 94
    I would even consider throwing in Murray to get one of these two

    For our 1st pick I would go:
    1. Zhaire Smith - SG 65
    2. Huerta - SF 67 - Based on Objective input

    For second round picks from
    Philly:
    1. Elie Okobo - PG - 62 fast scorer could even draft him instead of Zhaire
    2. Chandler Hutchison SG/SF - 67
    3. Keita Bates Diop - SF - 67

    * Watanabe -SF 69 our second round pick like his length against Golden State

    Hopefully in the trade we can either loose Gasol or Millss looking at getting these draft picks plus the following players from Philly:
    1. Markelle Fultz SG - 64 - can he be fixed?
    2. Darco Saric PF - 23 yrs old avg 14.6pts 6.7rbs

    I hope to move or loose 4 out of these 6 players; Gasol, Mills, Joffrey, Green, Forbes, Tony
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    Also I would love to see our foreign drafts come over to have a look:
    1. Nikola Milutinov - Center 70 - Great fit for half court offense great hands and sets tough screens and can finish at the rim - Ten times better then Joffrey
    2. Adam Hanga SG/SG - 67 - if Green and Manu are gone bring him in
    3. Nemanja Dangubic- SF - 67 - yeah he sucked early in his younger days but has really raised his game as of late would love to see him this summer.

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    Also I would love to see our foreign drafts come over to have a look:
    1. Nikola Milutinov - Center 7’0 - Great fit for half court offense great hands and sets tough screens and can finish at the rim - Ten times better then Joffrey
    2. Adam Hanga SG/SG - 6’7 - if Green and Manu are gone bring him in
    3. Nemanja Dangubic- SF - 6’7 - yeah he sucked early in his younger days but has really raised his game as of late would love to see him this summer.
    How likely are we to bring over Milutinov this summer?

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    Interesting 2nd round option is Ajdin Penava. Penava has flip-flopped and finally signed with an agent, so he's in the draft. Previously, he had put his name on the early entrant list and publicly stated that he would still be going back for his senior year to finish his degree, and to basically going to train and withdraw. But I suppose he heard enough feedback to stay in.

    Led the NCAA in blocks per game against smaller schools, aided by the fast pace that D'Antoni's brother coaches them to play at. By block% he was I think 11th.

    Might be a little too slow for me, but he could be a second round gamble.



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    Still crazy after all these years. And I love that, Jackson said. Id rather play with someone like him, who plays hard and gets hurt, than someone who is afraid.

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    How likely are we to bring over Milutinov this summer?
    Probably depends on the other moves having priority. If they operate as over the cap and have their MLE to spend, a portion of it can go to Milutinov if they don't have more pressing needs. But if say Green opted out and left, they might feel the pressure to spend the full MLE on another big 2 guard. Milutinov does have NBA buyouts in 2018 and 2019, just don't know how much.

    The draft might be a factor also. If Robert Williams slips to them and they take him, they might feel comfortable letting Milutinov stay overseas.

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    I don't get the love for Simons based on the little footage that's out there.

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    I don't get the love for Simons based on the little footage that's out there.
    6'3 guard, hmm where have I seen this story line before...

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    6'3 guard, hmm where have I seen this story line before...
    Cant ever have enough of those...

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    Why do all the mock draft have us drafting 6’3 midget tweener players?? WHY. Lol

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    Porter could be a good addition, he does a little bit of everything.

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    He didnt look bad, if we Want a shotblocker with our 2nd round or camp invite, i prefer sagaba konate of West Virginia, panavi looks better overall but konate is more Athletic and could be an interesting Guy in the nba.

    https://youtu.be/o7zWg-XYHqM

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    I like Porter if he's there at 18. Solid big with upside.

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    I like Porter if he's there at 18. Solid big with upside.
    Need to stockpile two way wings via 1sts for next few years. Pass on bigs if talent is equal, as they only cover 1 spot in the lineup most of the time.

    Two-way wings are rarely available via FA/trade/esp. buyout. This is why such a premium should be placed there in the draft.
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    Need to stockpile two way wings via 1sts for next few years. Pass on bigs if talent is equal, as they only cover 1 spot in the lineup most of the time.

    Two-way wings are rarely available via FA/trade/esp. buyout. This is why such a premium should be placed there in the draft.
    Exactly why Spurs need to draft Yuta Watanabe in the second round. Two way wing, best defender in his conference and a versatile scorer at 6-9. Much quicker and more athletic than Ajdin Penava (from what I've seen).


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    Need to stockpile two way wings via 1sts for next few years. Pass on bigs if talent is equal, as they only cover 1 spot in the lineup most of the time.

    Two-way wings are rarely available via FA/trade/esp. buyout. This is why such a premium should be placed there in the draft.
    I guess if the talent is equal, but our front court is absolute garbage after LMA. If Porter can stretch the D and play big, I think it would be a worthwhile investment. Kid is only scratching the surface of what he could be long-term.

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    1. Lonnie Walker
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    3. Anfernee Simons

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    I guess if the talent is equal, but our front court is absolute garbage after LMA. If Porter can stretch the D and play big, I think it would be a worthwhile investment. Kid is only scratching the surface of what he could be long-term.
    Front court isn't as important as wing play in todays NBA.

    I see Jontay Porter worse case Ryan Richards, best case prime role playing Josh McRoberts.

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    It wouldn't surprise me if the Spurs picked Isaac Bonga in the second round.

    He is basically a younger, somewhat less slow version of Kyle Anderson. A 6-9 SF with a 7ft wingspan who plays like a PG. He is not a good shooter and only an average athlete. Doesn't turn 19 until November, so most likely another draft and stash.


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    Im calling the Kings to see if they cough up #2 for LMA

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    Im calling the Kings to see if they cough up #2 for LMA
    You do mean Kawhi, right?

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    You do mean Kawhi, right?
    With the kings ownership, he definitely means LMA....

    I so think there's a different opportunity here though, if the kings get doncic they may very well be willing to move heild or bogdonovic. We might be able to make a smaller move there.

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