I have to agree. When you turn the ball over more than 20 times against any NBA team, the opponent will always be in the game. What bothered me was their big men got to the line too many times and surprisingly, made the majority of their shots. We nonchalanted our passes between players, played some pretty shabby defense and I don’t care what anybody says, the loss of Parker for the 4th quarter hurt us. At times the Spurs looked like they really didn’t want to be there, no emotion displayed. The Spurs need to concentrate on the game at hand and not dwell on the past or future. And the Spurs probably could have benefited by Splitter staying on the sick list another day.
Why does Superman stop bullets with his chest, but ducks when you throw a revolver at him?