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November 27, 2020

How do the Spurs stand in the lottery

The San Antonio Spurs’ impressive run for the last two decades comes to an end. This means they will be in the lottery for the fourth time in franchise history in 44 years of existence. This lottery picks help the Spurs to win the championship. David Robinson picks first overall in 1987, Sean Elliott fourth overall in 1989, of course, Tim Duncan in 1997 a top pick. The three-win together in 1999, the team’s first run.

The Spurs have the 11th worst record before the bubble starts. With the lottery set next week on August 20th. The lowest selection Spurs could have is 11th. They have a 9.4% chance to land a top-four pick, this is the situation of the Los Angeles Lakers last year before they trade it for Anthony Davis. While also got a 2% chance for a top pick which a long shot for the team.

Among the top prospects which the Spurs scouted is Deni Advija from Israel a 6’9″ forward who can play both ends of the court. He’s projected to be in the top ten. Deni Advija was a much-improved player in every game. But some people watched him that he didn’t show up against worthy opponents when the team needs him.

Another prospect is James Wiseman a freshman from Memphis Tigers that only played for just three games in college. A great post up offensively and a beast inside. He’s a terrific player also on the defensive end.

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