Originally posted on Project Spurs  |  Last updated 1/18/13
Last week, D-League teams converged in Reno for the annual D-League showcase. The San Antonio Spurs affiliate Austin Toros went a perfect 2-0 at the showcase, and several Toros were mentioned in a showcase edition of the prospect watch on the league's homepage. While Cory Joseph led the Toros with just over 21 points per game in the showcase before he was called back up to the Spurs, a pair of other Toros stood out. Tyler Wilkerson, who was part of the Spurs training camp, had 12 points and eight rebounds in the first game and finished with 15 points, seven rebounds and one blocked shot in the second game in a matchup against Nuggets draftee Quincy Miller. Wilkerson is now 22nd on the D-League Prospect Watch big board. Wilkerson's frontcourt mate, Rick Jackson, also impressed, moving from being an on the cusp pick to 25th on the big board for his aggressive play, especially in a matchup against the much bigger Chris Johnson of the Santa Cruz Warriors. After the showcase,
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