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    Juhann Begarin might be the best value at 41 if he's there. 6'5" young (18.9 years old) combo guard from France. (Would guess Parker has weighed in with the FO on this guy.)

    My bias is toward upside (at this point in the Spurs path) and this guy has it.

    First, he's an absolute dog on defense and that short-circuits potential concerns in several other areas, e.g., motor, at ude, etc.

    He's also both creative and efficient in creating his own offense and he can pass too.

    Shooting numbers aren't great -- 456% 2-point, 342% 3-point, 613% FT. But he meets the eye test, he adjusts on the fly going to the hoop (hard to teach), has a smooth release on the jumper, and moves athletically but smoothly about the court. Chip can address the rest.

    I'm kind of surprised he isn't higher on most mocks. NBADraft.net has him at 43, Tankathon 36, some don't list him at all, almost none have him in in the first round.

    In short, this guy looks a lot better than most of the post-Parker French prospects the Spurs have taken over the years that seemed to be reaches even at the time. If they took those guys, why wouldn't they take this guy who doesn't look like a reach at all at 41.




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    So which guard should the Spurs draft 20 picks early in the second round?

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    Spurs should draft an undrafted player with their 2nd round pick. It's their thing this year. Pick a player a round too early.

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    Brian Wright: Alperen Sengun. Ah wait, wrong order

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    Spurs are going to take Sharpe.

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    Perhaps they could trade the pick for a future third round pick . . .

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    Hoping for JT Thor or Isaiah Todd at this point.

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    I am all ready looking at next years mock draft

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    Herb jones if available

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    Hoping for Raquan or Sims or Wieskamp

    Preparing for a classy move like drafting a disabled kid or otherwise unable to play person so there can be a nice photo-op

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    JT Thor or Joe Wieskamp are my hopeful picks.

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    Not too optimistic. Spurs haven't had a second rounder pan out in forever.

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    There are some good players still there, guys who could have gone in the late 1st. Kind of intriguing. Some wings and bigs. Butler is a guy to look out for, but I think someone has to take him soon.

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    There’s a kid who might fall called Josh Primo. He has some upside if he puts it all together

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    ughhh



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    Cant really be any worse than the first round pick!

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    Kings are targeting Neemias Queta at No. 39, per source.

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    I liked Queta. Should be fun to watch in Sacto.

    So...

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    Damn, Butler goes to NOP/Utah.

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    So the Spurs have a small wealth of bigs and wings.

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    Shams Charania
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    Sources: Spurs, No. 41: Joe Wieskamp.


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    Really would have been intriguing to have landed Butler.

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    I’m cool with Wieskamp

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    Shams Charania
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    Sources: Spurs, No. 41: Joe Wieskamp.

    Good for 41

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    His offense is legit and he would definitely help us when we needed to get some baskets he definitely could play with Poodle or take some of his minutes. As far as who I want well it's been Wisekamp since day 1 to me he is very close to Wagner and your getting that in the second round which is why I doubt he will be there for us.

    As far as this draft I actually think they will be a higher number of second rounders that make teams and have a impact then in most drafts. We could actually possibly get a starting player or a really good sixth man this is a deep draft.
    So we got Wagner in the second round?

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