Stop me if you've heard this one before: the Spurs have stolen an underrated player in the draft. This year, it's James Anderson, who San Antonio nabbed at 20th overall. Anderson was a preposterously efficient scorer at Oklahoma State, and figures to give the Spurs an excellent kick-out option for the Spurs to punish teams for doubling.
Indeed, Anderson's 35% shooting from three-point land belied his smooth stroke, considering the amount of defensive attention he attracted as the Cowboys' focal point on offense. Along with George Hill and DeJuan Blair, San Antonio is well on its way towards building a nice young nucleus to complement its aging Big Three.