2024 Spurs Mock Draft 3.0: San Antonio sees game-changers fall to them

The Spurs need to add talent in the 2024 NBA Draft, and things fall into place in this mock.
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36. Pacers (via Raptors) grab Kevin McCullar Jr.

37. Timberwolves (via Grizzlies) choose Pacome Dadiet

38. Knicks (via Jazz) select Cam Spencer

39. Grizzlies (via Nets) draft Kel’el Ware

40. Trail Blazers (via Hawks) take Oso Ighodaro

41. 76ers (via Bulls) choose Pelle Larsson

42. Hornets (via Rockets) select P.J. Hall

43. Heat add Antonio Reeves

44. Rockets (via Warriors) draft Melvin Ajinca

45. Kings pick Jaylen Wells

46. Clippers (via Pacers) select Juan Nunez

47. Magic choose Jamal Shead

48. Spurs (via Lakers) draft Harrison Ingram

San Antonio does not have room for four rookies on their roster, so expect a trade this offseason. The Spurs may look to consolidate their picks or trade players and draft capital for an upgrade. Expect Brian Wright and their front office to be active and aggressive.

If they keep all four selections, the Spurs likely add someone with some experience. Ingram played three years of college basketball. In his lone season at UNC, the 6’8 forward averaged 12.2 points, 8.8 rebounds, 2.2 assists, and 1.4 steals in 32.8 minutes per game while shooting 38.5 percent from 3-point range. Translating that production to the NBA won’t be easy, but the 21-year-old has been a hyped prospect since high school.

The Spurs would give Ingram time to grow and his ability to impact the game on both ends of the floor will be intriguing, especially as San Antonio looks to contend quickly.

49. Pacers (via Cavaliers) grab K.J. Simpson

50. Pacers (via Pelicans) take Izan Almansa