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    RC was there, fwiw.

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    RC was there, fwiw.
    SD has been moving up the mocks for weeks. Now, he's top 10 in many -- virtually impossible that he falls to 19 (but he'd be great if he did).
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    Doubtful, since hes neither a center, nor a projected top draft pick. More like the next Skal Labissiere.
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    He is pascal siakam clone in terms of size, standing reach, lbs....

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    Doubtful, since he’s neither a center, nor a projected top draft pick. More like the next Skal Labissiere.
    There's a name I had forgotten.

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    There's a name I had forgotten.
    So have a lot of people, yet he was just as tantalizing in his draft year.

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    Doumbouya will be way better than labissiere imo.

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    Doumbouya will be way better than labissiere imo.
    Yeah, and everyone thought Skal would be better than the previous touted bust. The reality is, there is a lot better chance of him becoming Skal than there is of hm becoming Siakam.

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    I’m not agree, labissiere was viewed as a very talented player before his ncaa season but after one season he showed a lot of Red flags.

    There is some reasons why he was drafted at the end of the first, doumbouya will be a lotto pick After playing 2 years at the Pro level in france.

    Imo they have no similarities, we’ll see in a few years.

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    I’m not agree, labissiere was viewed as a very talented player before his ncaa season but after one season he showed a lot of Red flags.

    There is some reasons why he was drafted at the end of the first, doumbouya will be a lotto pick After playing 2 years at the Pro level in france.

    Imo they have no similarities, we’ll see in a few years.
    Sekou got kicked out of INSEP, his own red flag. We’ll see where he goes.

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    I’d love for the spurs to get this guy. Him, nassir Little, or Rui Hachimura are on my wish list even though I know there’s a high probability that they’ll all be gone before the 19th pick lol

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    Next to zero chance he's available at #19:

    Sekou Doumbouya 10 15 9 12 11 11 9

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    Spurs will send the 19th pick, Marco Belinelli, and veteran guard Patty Mills to the Boston Celtics in exchange for 14th pick (Sekou)

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    Spurs will send the 19th pick, Marco Belinelli, and veteran guard Patty Mills to the Boston Celtics in exchange for 14th pick (Sekou)
    Why are they switch picks, AND taking out our garbage?

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    Why are they switch picks, AND taking out our garbage?
    Because in my fantasy, they are desperate enough to replace Rozier & Irving with Beli/Mills

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    Idk how valuable 19, 29, and say probably Davis Bertans are but I definitely could see the spurs moving up if they like any of these guys like sekou

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    Probably a little late for Sekou but Forbes and Bertans for John Leur and the 15th pick would work financially.

    Spurs would have 15, 19, and 29.
    Detroit would get 2 rotation players that can actually shoot for the price of a player that played only 49 games over the past couple of seasons.

    I happen to like both Forbes and Bertans so I don't know if I would actually want a trade like this, though.
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    Idk how valuable 19, 29, and say probably Davis Bertans are but I definitely could see the spurs moving up if they like any of these guys like sekou
    Maybe 19 and 29 for Miami's 13th pick.

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    Maybe 19 and 29 for Miami's 13th pick.
    thats kinda what I’m thinking, idk how low of a pick we could get but I’d assume we would move up by just trading both of are first round picks

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    Maybe 19 and 29 for Miami's 13th pick.
    This worked on a trade machine, for what it's worth:

    Heat - 19th pick, Bertans, Belli

    Spurs - 13th pick, Olynik

    Heat get shooters and 13 million in extra cap relief for summer of 2020. Spurs take on Olynik contract that expires the same time as DD, LMA contracts and get a pick where you could draft potentially Little, Rui, or Sekou

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    Maybe 19 and 29 for Miami's 13th pick.
    I think that's more likely. I don't see us wanting 3 1st rounders on the roster.

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    This worked on a trade machine, for what it's worth:

    Heat - 19th pick, Bertans, Belli

    Spurs - 13th pick, Olynik

    Heat get shooters and 13 million in extra cap relief for summer of 2020. Spurs take on Olynik contract that expires the same time as DD, LMA contracts and get a pick where you could draft potentially Little, Rui, or Sekou
    It would have to be 29 for that trade to make sense for the Spurs tbh. Miami would essientially be swapping out a player who isn't in their rotation and basically dead salary to them for 2 good rotation players making basically the same as Olynyk while only dropping back 6 spots. Having 29 swapped in for 19 means that they would drop back 16 spots but also save money for the 20-21 season and get better for the 19-20 season.

    Spurs would clear the log jam at guard, allow for more playing time for Forbes and Walker with White and Murray set have bigger roles and pick up a good pick (Sekou, Rui, or Little- like you said but probably in this order for me) and still have the 19th pick. I like that scenario a lot.


    PG-Murray, Mills,
    SG-White, Forbes
    SF-DDR, Walker
    PF-LMA, Gay, Sekou
    C-Poeltl, Olynyk, Metu, 19th pick
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    Idk how valuable 19, 29, and say probably Davis Bertans are but I definitely could see the spurs moving up if they like any of these guys like sekou
    There was a recent article that showed the last few draft trades and what they could get in return for 19 & 29. Based on previous pick value the Spurs could safely assume to move up to 15 maybe 14. Unless they REALLY like the guy I don't want to lose 29 for 4 spots. I still feel there's a lot of value at the back of the draft

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    It's interesting that the Spurs were able to get a workout with Sekou considering there's no chance he could drop to 19. Since he doesn't have much time for workouts (he was playing in Europe until recently), to get Sekou in for a workout, the Spurs would need to convince his agent that they had a chance to move up into his range (~6-13).

    Making it even more interesting is his agent is Bouna Ndiaye, the same agent who has gone the extra mile to try to get his clients on the Spurs. It seems like RC and co. trust him enough to let him know about possible trades they wouldn't tell other agents.

    Hmmm...

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