San Antonio Spurs Draft

1-Sentence reviews of 20 draft prospects mocked to Spurs

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6. Johnny Davis

A mid-range specialist that will undoubtedly put points on the board and defend his butt off, but he comes with limitations as an outside shooter.

7. Moussa Diabate

An unpolished yet intriguing giant that could be a viable switchable, modern NBA center eventually but could be too big of a gamble given his room for overall on-court growth.

8. Ousmane Dieng

Comes with worries in the shooting department, but his two-way versatility, passing, and sky-high ceiling make him a very intriguing prospect.

9. Jalen Duren

Doesn't often shoot from outside the paint but can do just about everything else exceptionally well and is a huge defensive presence with his 6-10, 230-pound frame.

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10. Tari Eason

A risk-taking, disruptive player on defense that can draw fouls and finish emphatically on the other end, Eason's intensity and will to win might be his best quality of all.

11. AJ Griffin

An absolute knockdown shooter with an array of offensive moves and two-way potential, but knee and ankle injuries could be cause for concerns.

12. Nikola Jovic

A dynamic, open-court talent who demonstrates high intelligence in the pick and roll and could be a nice gamble pick, but he'll likely need a bit more overseas seasoning before making an NBA impact.

13. Ismael Kamagate

A skilled center with existing solid touch around the rim and high defensive upside, but he'll need to develop his body before being a real frontcourt force in the NBA.

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