Dejounte Murray PG/SG
The Spurs are once again coming off an unbelievable season where they won 67 games. They are a machine and succeed at whatever they do, which is why it doesn't matter who they pick at 29, he'll eventually become an all-star and finals MVP. They could look to draft a future need when Manu Ginobli or Tony Parker retires (Tim Duncan is slowly wearing down father time and will never retire). The Spurs are the model franchise for all of sports and I'm confident they'll do something good with the pick.
(Updated 7/13/16) The Spurs are known for making all the right moves, and draft night furthered that truth. At the 29th pick the Spurs selected PG Dejounte Murray from Washington. He is extremely talented, but is very raw, which essentially means he'll be the finals MVP in a couple of years. Murray would not be a great fit for a lot of teams, but he is a perfect player for the Spurs. He will learn how to play smart and to maximize his talent in San Antonio. Aside from the draft, Tim Duncan (the greatest PF ever) has announced his retirement, it's the end of a great career and he will be missed.
Draft Grade: A+
Estimated Cap Space
Matt Bonner SF, Tim Duncan PF (player option), Manu Ginobli SG (player option), Kevin Martin SG, Andre Miller PG, and David West PF (player option)