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    Spurs?

    Do you guys think that the spurs will get 50 wins this season? There current record is 32-24.

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    Yes, they could prolly go 18-8 the rest of the way, but I don't think they really care. THey just wanna be healthy for the playoffs (not that it matters)

    And this should be in SPurs forum


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    I don't care...my Spurs are no longer a relevant team. I would rather be lottery bound than be as mediocre as the Spurs are now. bah.

    Still we may be able to make a top seed in the West nervous in the first round of the playoffs. But that's it.
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    Nope. They use to be a good team, but now it's questionable.

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    And I'm frustrated the DaJuan Blair still doesn't get to start. What more can the kid do to prove he has earned starting alongside Duncan? Instead Pop starts Roger Mason and naively thinks RJ will turn it around.

    Fail.
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    I like Blair.. great player.
    Just pointing that out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayW_1023 View Post
    And I'm frustrated the DaJuan Blair still doesn't get to start. What more can the kid do to prove he has earned starting alongside Duncan? Instead Pop starts Roger Mason and naively thinks RJ will turn it around.

    Fail.

    Well, I am a fan of Blair too, he gets crazy rebounding numbers and high percentage shots (mostly off of offensive rebounds). But, he gives up SO much size, when a play is run for him on offence he gets blocked A LOT and he causes a high number of turnovers and fouls. When he gets smarter about the fouls and turnovers he's going to be a huge spark off the bench, but there are times when he hurts the team on the court as much as he helps. He has generally amazing insticts when it comes to rebounding though. Its inhuman. I think perhaps the greatest insticts when it comes to rebounding since Rodamn (not to say he is as good a rebounder, but both clearly had crazy insticts about where the ball is going).


    As for the Spurs winning 50, its possible, but 48 or 49 is more likely. I was just hoping they'd grab Big Z because if they'd had the playoff would be a lot more interesting. But the Spurs have to convicne Duncan to take over center, let Blair start at power forward and have McDyess back up both of them. I just wished they'd still had Ratliff and were giving him minutes :-(

    On the wing and point though this squad is deeper than anybody.

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    they will be lucky to get more than 45 wins. i see them somewhere between 43 and 45.

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    I think the Spurs have a good shot at missing the play offs altogether...

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    I hope the Spurs get the 8th seed and beat the Lakers in the 1st round. That would relieve some pressure off the Mav's disgusting loss to the Warriors as well as all but confirm the Mavericks as western conference champions.

    Having said that, I think they get 48-50 wins. They will not miss the playoffs. I don't think Duncan will let them. He will provide at least a 1st round exit.

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    I predicted they would miss the playoffs earlier this year, and I'm sticking to that.


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    50 wins may be a bit tough for them, but they won't miss the playoffs. Tim Duncan won't let them.



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    I think it will be close.
    LA

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    i dont think so...ideally they wont even make the playoffs just to prove what i have been saying since the beggining of the season...that the spurs suck and they are done

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElMarroAfamado View Post
    i dont think so...ideally they wont even make the playoffs just to prove what i have been saying since the beggining of the season...that the spurs suck and they are done
    They don't suck... they just don't pwn either. If there was a dark horse to beat the Lakers in the 1st round, I'd say the Spurs are for sure.

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