Open Thread: Giving the Spurs a grade in last night’s draft

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How do you think the Silver & Black fared considering all that transpired?

The Spurs had the 19th, 29th and 49th draft picks last night. Here’s what they got:

With the 19th pick, the Spurs chose Croatian forward Luka Samanic.

Samanic was not part of the “green room.” In fact, Luka was in the seating and as he made his way to Adam Silver, he took his Spurs hat, got his photo, and then did not interview with Maria Taylor.

With the 29th pick, the Spurs chose Kentucky Wildcat Keldon Johnson.

And with the 49th pick, the Spurs chose Quinndary Weatherspoon who was also sitting in the bleachers. I went to Wikipedia to look up his history and it was already updated stating he’d been drafted by the Spurs, so kudos to his Wikipedia manager.

The Spurs did not trade up, they did not trade down, they did not package or trade. They did what they do, and they drafted 3 men to join the “youth movement.”

Looking back this morning, knowing what you know now, do you think the Spurs should have done anything differently?

What grade do you give PATFO for last night’s NBA Draft? Grade each individual pick or the night as a whole.


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Open Thread: Giving the Spurs a grade in last night’s draft
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