Originally Posted by polk
Very unnerving that it takes all of that to get your team to play hard and beat the Timberwolves who have an ailing PG in Rubio and are missing their star, Kevin Love. Coming off of the Memphis game, I'd think they'd be a little more focused.
The last two weeks it seems like something has been wrong with this team. Not to mention losing 7 of 9 on the road. Need to snap out of it.
Very few quality wins up to this point. Memphis and OKC at home and LAL on the road. That win was at least when we thought LAL was gonna be something.
Meh. Spurs will be fine. This team is being Restructured to Be a Tough Playoff Team and they are improving despite the struggles you saw in the last few games.
It is a long season and all other top teams have been either 7-3 or 5-5 in the last 10 games. It is natural first of the year longing for the Holidays.
It is a good start to see Spurs winning hopefully the next 2 home games to gain momentum before they go on the road again.