Tag Archives: San Antonio Spurs

2012 NBA Playoffs Round 2 Recaps

Here are my top three reasons the Heat, Celtics, Thunder and Spurs advanced. With one bonus reason apiece.                                               Continue reading

Pre-Game Jitters: Spurs at Warriors

I contemplated re-inititating The Warriors Bet for this game. The Warriors are getting +4 at home against the Spurs. They’ve only lost one game against the spread (ATS) this season with David Lee in the lineup. But I’ve decided not to, not against this team, at a moment when they’re in championship form, and Lee is still struggling to get his wind.                                  Continue reading

The Wild, Wild West: The Spurs

This summer the Spurs management threw away their frugal business model, unlocked their war chest, and bought themselves enough major free-agents to go toe to toe with the Lakers for the Western Conference Championship.  Or so they hope.  Added to the roster via free agency were Richard Jefferson,  Antonio McDyess, and Theo Ratliff.  The Spurs also landed massive rookie power forward DeJuan Blair with the 35th pick in the draft, which some regard as a steal.  Do the Spurs now have enough to unseat the ridiculously talented Lakers? Continue reading