San Antonio Spurs: Best prospects by category
With so many prospects to keep track of, we created various lists of top ones by category over the past few months. The players range from top of the draft to likely to go undrafted in 2021. First, we start with the Lone Star State.
Top 4 NBA Draft Prospects from Texas Schools - published on 6/12 by Damien Bartonek:
From NCAA Champion Baylor to the University of Texas, we rank the top prospects from schools in Texas.
10 Best Shooters in the 2021 NBA Draft - published on 6/13 by Roberto Araiza:
Shooting is something the Spurs were severely lacking last season, so we compiled some options if they go the route of picking up another sniper.
5 Best Defenders in the 2021 NBA Draft - published on 6/15 by Roberto Araiza:
While COVID and injuries played a big role in the Spurs' lackluster defense, they still can afford to improve in that area. These five guys can help them out.
5 Controversial 2021 NBA Draft Picks - published on 7/4 by Roberto Araiza:
There are several guys in this class that are polarizing among scouts and fans for their combinations of downside and promise. We looked at some of them here.
6 Best NBA Draft Prospects from Big East - published on 7/17 by Jonah Kubicek:
From Seton Hall to UConn, the Big East Conference has some decent options for the Spurs to consider in the draft.
5 Best NBA Draft Prospects from Big 12 - published on 7/20 by Jonah Kubicek:
With guys like Jared Butler and the unquestioned first overall pick Cade Cunningham, the Big 12 has plenty of guard power.
5 Prospects to watch from Big Ten - published on 7/22 by Jonah Kubicek:
While the Big Ten doesn't boast lottery picks, there could be some second-round value in it for the Spurs.
The clock is ticking, and we'll soon know whether the Spurs are serious about re-tooling or content to mostly run it back yet again. The 2021 NBA Draft takes place Thursday, July 29th, at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN and ABC.
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