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    The Spurs have claimed former Kings and Rockets forward DaQuan Jeffries off free agency waivers, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium.

    4:02pm ∑ 15 May 2021Echofon

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    6'5"... Lonnie injury worse than anticipated?

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    6'5"... Lonnie injury worse than anticipated?
    Depends on when Spurs submitted their waiver claim.

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    6'5"... Lonnie injury worse than anticipated?
    walker's hurt?

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    I remember Daquan from the 2019 draft. One of those sleeper prospects. Supposedly super athletic.

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    If the Spurs are keeping this guy past this season, makes me wonder if they really are content with their backcourt and will aim to improve their other positions via the draft/ FA.

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    "He logged 64% of his minutes at the 4 with Houston and 48% of his minutes at the 2 with the Kings. Jeffries’ prefered shots are near the rim and from the the 3-point line. "

    Could also be a Q replacement, I think

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    Wait, so does this factor in to the whole theory about the Spurs turning into cheapskates for doing the Marquese deal?

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    Nice. I liked him in the 2019 draft. Pretty sure I had him in the 30s on my Big Board. He's an athletic and smart player. From what I've seen, I think he's a consistent three-point shot away from having a chance to stick in the league.

    Then again, just about everyone on this this team is holding that "a consistent three-point shot away" asterisk

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    Scoring 44 pts is no joke even if it is only against gleague fodder.

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    Wait, so does this factor in to the whole theory about the Spurs turning into cheapskates for doing the Marquese deal?
    Not really. This is just the team taking advantage of the last roster spot. Jeffries is an interesting enough prospect to spend a little bit of money on before deciding whether to keep him around for next season. Don't know how much this move will cost the Spurs but it's gotta be a tiny amount.

    Hopefully there's a summer league and hopefully Jeffries' agent agrees to push back the deadline on making that 2021-22 decision.

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    Jeffries is the latest Portsmouth Invitational standout the Spurs end up signing. That Portsmouth to San Antonio pipeline is one that isn't discussed enough. Players from that pipeline off the top of my head: Derrick White, Quinndary Weatherspoon, Bryn Forbes, Anthony Tolliver, Cady Lalanne, Marcus Denmon.

    Too bad Portsmouth was cancelled last year and has already been cancelled again this year because the Spurs have been able to find some interesting players from it . . .

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    So what's the story behind why he didn't make it with the Kings?

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    I wonder if he is eligible to play tomorrow?

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    i remember watching one game a few months ago he went off from three in Sacramento. pretty good jumper.

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    I wonder if he is eligible to play tomorrow?
    I know he's ineligible to play in the playoffs because he was just playing for the Rockets a couple days ago. But since the play-in is not technically the playoffs ... I don't know. I mean, obviously he won't play but that's a good question, tbh.

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    So what's the story behind why he didn't make it with the Kings?
    My guess would be he was too similar to Robert Woodard. They're basically the same player with Woodard being a little taller and a little younger.

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    If the Spurs are keeping this guy past this season, makes me wonder if they really are content with their backcourt and will aim to improve their other positions via the draft/ FA.
    Though he can defend the two, he's not a guard. Players with his physique (6'5'' in shoes, 230, 6'11.25'' wingspan) and relatively rudimentary ball skills, now often play the three/small ball four (think Tate, Hart, Johnson, etc.).

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    Do we need to cut someone? Is Weatherspoon gone then?

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    Do we need to cut someone? Is Weatherspoon gone then?
    Spoon is a two way, and doesn’t count for the 15 man NBA roster.

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    No, we had an open spot from when we waived Chriss.

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    No, we had an open spot from when we waived Chriss.
    I thought we used that spot for Dieng?

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