Found February 04, 2013 on Project Spurs:
I spent the last couple days moving into my new place in San Antonio. For the record, moving is a grueling and inconvenient experience that everyone should try to do as few times as possible in their life. Just as I’m settling in, the San Antonio Spurs are leaving this fine city on their annual Rodeo Road Trip. The Spurs’ next nine games will be away from home, starting on Wednesday in Minnesota and finishing up in Phoenix on February 24th. It’s almost a whole month away from the AT&T center, but it could be a lot worse for the NBA’s hottest team. The Spurs are taking their 10-game win streak with them on the road, and while I don’t expect them to come back with the same streak still intact, I do believe they’ll do quite well on this trip. The Spurs get a nice mix of good and bad teams on the trip. They kick things off with Minnesota (18-26) and Detroit (18-30), two teams well below .500 that should make for a nice warm up, even if the Spurs are playing without...
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