By now you've heard all the rumors of the San Antonio Spurs looking to trade Tony Parker to get into the lottery. The latest even involves George Hill being offered for a late lottery pick.
But outside the top four, I question whether or not it's worth trading an all-star point guard or what could the Spurs' future franchise player?
Enes Kanter is definitely a name that would draw some interest. Only problem: He will likely be gone anywhere between the second and fourth picks, which would make him unavailable if the Spurs traded up to take the Kings or Raptors pick.
According to several sources, Jonas Valanciunas seems to be the player the Spurs are targeting in their attempt to move up.
While Valanciunas is an intriguing prospect, that's all he is right now. He's 18-years-old, will stay overseas and needs more seasoning before anyone knows what he will be capable of doing in the NBA.
He has great size at 7-1 with a long 7-4 wingspan. He's a high energy player with a good basketball IQ, but does all of that translate from Lietuvos Rytas to the NBA in a few years. Will he add on some bulk and get stronger to deal with the better centers of the league or will he be bullied and pushed around inside?