By Jeff McDonald Published 10:15 am CDT, Thursday, May 16, 2019 The Spurs own a pair of picks in the first round of the June 20 NBA draft, Nos. 19 and 29 overall. It could stand to be a busy night for a franchise looking to rebuild itself into a contender again. The Spurs haven’t entered a draft with two first-round picks since 1987, when they took David Robinson first overall and Greg “Cadillac” Anderson 23rd. This is the next in a series of profiles of prospects the Spurs might consider at either No. 19 or No. 29: The Spurs had a love-hate relationship with the 3-point shot last season. They were the NBA’s most accurate team from beyond the arc, making 39.2 percent. They also attempted fewer 3-point shots than anyone else in the league at 25.3 per game. The NBA is a 3-point shooter’s league. You can never have too many of them. As far as pure shooters are concerned, few players in the draft field can match North Carolina forward Cameron Johnson. At 6-foot-9, Johnson has the size to play either forward position in the modern NBA. He made 46 percent of his 3-point shots as a senior… Read full this story
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