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Old 04-04-13, 12:46 PM
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Originally Posted by exit7 View Post
Here are the Spurs records vs. the Rockets and Lakers:

Lakers:
84-82, W, November 13
Injuries:
Steve Nash, Steve Blake

108-105, W, Jauary 8
Injuries:
Dwight Howard, Pau Gasol, Steve Blake

Rockets:
114-92, W, December 7
No Injuries for the Rockets

134-126, W, December 10
Injuries:
James Harden

122-116, W, December 28
No Injuries for the Rockets

96-95, L, March 24
No Injuries for the Rockets


Yes, we did lose a close game to the rockets, on the road, when Harden hit a game winning shot. But the Spurs haven't played this Lakers team yet this season. They are finally healthy, minus world peace.

I think the spurs would beat the Lakers anyway, but I would rather see them play the Rockets. We've seen them at full strength and we've blown them out. We've played two grind it out games against the Lakers, and they were without key pieces both times, yet for some reason we could only squeak out a 2 and a 3 point win??

I think that makes sense.
Don't worry I would bet we will probably be facing the Rockets anyways! I hope GSW slips down to the 7th so we can pound them! But I truly believe we will be rolling against Houston in that round one and I hope that gives some time to heal and get their rhythm. Houston is not bad either though, they could win a few.
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