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    Draft Porter, give Chip a BIG raise, hell earn it.

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    He has a ton of potential, and if he can develop a consistent shot he will be dangerous. But i cant see taking him when we just took Lonnie.

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    He has a ton of potential, and if he can develop a consistent shot he will be dangerous. But i cant see taking him when we just took Lonnie.
    If they feel he is BPA, they will take him. They won't do that, though, if Chip doesn't think his shot is fixable. That would drop him way down on their board.
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    His shooting form needs a lot of work

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    Porter or Little are my picks if either is there or Spurs can move up to get one. Both have some warts on paper but to me these are the two that have the potential to be stars if everything pans out once you get past the very top picks. To me Spurs have to buy the lottery ticket and hope it hits. They aren't going to be drawing top FAs so they have to home grow them. Maybe if they have a great core they can bring in a top FA to complement them.

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    He is falling like a falling star...i think a lot of red flags showing up..

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    https://www.latimes.com/sports/usc/l...616-story.html

    Good article on KPJ's background. Doesn't sound like a bad kid, tbh, but I could understand how his ... complicated ... background could cause NBA teams to hesitate.

    With the high school connection to Murray and the USC connection to DeRozan, the Spurs sound like they'd be a good landing spot for him. If the front office believes in his talent enough to draft him, that'd be pretty exciting.

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    On second thought, shoots like Lonzo. Terrible form. Pass

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    https://www.latimes.com/sports/usc/l...616-story.html

    Good article on KPJ's background. Doesn't sound like a bad kid, tbh, but I could understand how his ... complicated ... background could cause NBA teams to hesitate.

    With the high school connection to Murray and the USC connection to DeRozan, the Spurs sound like they'd be a good landing spot for him. If the front office believes in his talent enough to draft him, that'd be pretty exciting.
    Pop just doesn't get guys like him, though. Just can't see it happening.

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