Originally Posted by DrDude
OKC is still trouble for the Spurs. We can't match their energy, athletism and defensive intensity. Plus Parker can't play is usual game when Sefalosha is on him and Ibaka is guarding the rim. Solutions remain to be found. Maybe De Colo and Anderson are part of a solution, but that won't be enough.
We already beat OKC in San Antonio earlier this season.
I am so glad they don't have that beard man Harden this year. Those OKC are not going to beat my Spurs in the PO if Pop did not sit his starters and Manu and Leonard played.
In a 7 game series I am liking Pop OVER Scott Brooks all day long! Side Note: NBA scheduling B!@ches made it super ugly since FOUR OUUT OF FOUR Spurs OKC meetings were on a B2B.
Spurs won their first OKC game at home on Nov 1st. And OKC won their game yesterday at their home!!!!!!!!!
Spurs/OKC next game is in San Antonio vs OKC on Monday March 11th and it is 1st game on a B2B since Tue the 12th Spurs play @ Minnesota.
Next and last season game Spurs go to OKC on Thursday April 4th and that is also a second B2B game since wednesday April 3rd Spurs play Orlando @ Home.