Scouts give their two cents on how Spurs should approach the 2023 NBA Draft

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The NBA Draft Lottery is a little over 24 hours from unfolding, and the San Antonio Spurs are one of a handful of cellar-dwelling clubs holding their breath for the long-awaited results of the Wembanyama sweepstakes. We have covered household names and under-the-radar prospects for our Air Alamo readers as we prepare for every possible outcome, and our mission is to equip fans with everything they need to know about this class.

From attending high school camps, AAU events, and private workouts to traveling across state and international borders to watch games live, no one understands the players in this talent pool quite like the scouts that put in countless hours in gyms across the globe. So to gain a better perspective on how the Silver and Black should approach the 2023 NBA Draft, we chatted with four experts that have kept a close eye on these youngsters.