duncan back when i did watch the spurs in his prime was the master of the glass...i don't think i've ever seen anyone use the glass better than him...it was a clinic
hoops scoops 2012 season ..."in 2014 ryan tannehill etches his name in stone amongst the games elite qbs"..."ryan tannehill and andrew luck will carry the afc for the next decade plus the way peyton manning and tom brady have this last decade plus"
congratulations to Kawhi Leonard on being named to teh NBA All-Rookie First Team!
San Antonio, TX – The NBA today announced that San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard was named to the NBA's 2011-12 All-Rookie First Team. Joining Leonard on the NBA's All-Rookie First Team is Cleveland guard Kyrie Irving, Minnesota guard Ricky Rubio, Denver forward Kenneth Faried, Golden State guard Klay Thompson, New York guard Iman Shumpert and Detroit guard Brandon Knight.
Leonard is the sixth Spur to be named to the All-Rookie First Team. This marks the 10th time in team history that San Antonio has placed a player on any All-Rookie team.
OKC vs. the Spurs is going to be an epic series. Both are great teams and both want it badly. Most are thinking the Spurs will win, but I think OKC will prevail because as hard as it is to believe with the Spurs having Duncan and Parker, OKC has the two best players in the series and the depth to support them.
I think both teams are overrated and lucky as hell to have avoided Denver and Memphis. OKC should win but if one of their big three can't hit the jumper they'll struggle.
Okc wins spurs have no defense and struggle with athletic teams, look at when the clippers took big lead in game 3, okc won't let the spurs back in unlike the cluppers
That must explain SA allowing 96.49 ppg with OKC right behind them at 96.94
Nevermind your blanket statement about struggling with athletic teams, where is the proof in this?
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