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Website already slots Spurs to have best shot at No. 1 pick in 2020 draft

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Who said this year's Golden State Warriors were going to be the 1997 Spurs reincarnate?

Apparently, they didn’t see Tank A Thon's way too early simulation for the 2020 NBA Draft.

Somehow, the San Antonio Spurs were pushed 13 spots into the first position just after less than 10 games played in this young NBA season.

This would mean in the past 20-plus years they will have another number one overall pick. The Spurs have been the team the furthest from the NBA Lottery out of all the NBA teams since they drafted Tim Duncan.

In all reality, this is complete conjecture and nowhere near the realm of reality of what will actually happen.

According to the website, the Spurs would be outside of the lottery at 17. This tweet came right after the Silver and Black lost to Atlanta on Trae Young's return to the team. Tankathon likely knew what they were doing because this caused a massive reaction from the Spurs fans because of the massive jump.

This scenario is an extremely long shot. I think someone would have a better chance at getting struck by lightning than the Spurs getting the No. 1 overall pick barring a catastrophic injury filled season.

What do you think? Will the Spurs be lottery bound - and if so, do you think they have a chance at getting the #1 overall?

@MacPena

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