San Antonio Spurs: A
34-11, No. 2 in the West
The sad part about the Spurs is that the world spent more energy talking about one of their losses (a November defeat to Miami in which coach Gregg Popovich strategically rested four key players) than all 34 wins combined. Yes, you read that correctly. The Spurs already have 34 wins, thanks to a 19-2 record at the AT&T Center and what feels like the fourth rejuvenation of Tim Duncan’s career. They didn’t make any major roster moves after losing to the Thunder in the Western Conference finals, but it’s hard to imagine anyone in San Antonio will complain if that’s where their 2012-13 season winds up concluding.
For the rest of the league's grades, go to the link below.
NBA midseason grades: Los Angeles Clippers, Oklahoma City Thunder at head of class | The Point Forward - SI.com
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