Originally posted on Project Spurs  |  Last updated 11/27/12
The San Antonio Spurs are a deep team that keeps winning. When a team is winning, there's rarely anyone that's going to complain about anything, maybe playing time if there are players with egos. The Spurs are lucky to have players who put team first over self during the Tim Duncan era and this year is no different. Frenchmen Boris Diaw (playing in his first full season as a Spur) and rookie Nando De Colo are playing important roles for the San Antonio so far this year and are taking advantage of their opportunities as they discussed in an interview with BasketAmericain.com after their game against the Washington Wizards on Monday night. After starting for a team that's been successful, there are players who make a big deal being benched. It's a relieving thought that Boris has the mindset like his Spurs teammate, Manu Ginobili. They both don't care if they start or come off the bench later during the game, as long as they contribute to the team and the team is benefiting wit...
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