Los Angeles Clippers (7-2) vs. San Antonio Spurs (8-2)
The Clippers like to think they have the deepest team in the league. With Jamal Crawford regaining his Sixth Man of the Year form from his days in Atlanta and happily pouring in points off the bench as a change of pace guard when Chris Paul steps out, it is hard to argue against it.
Then you remember that Chauncey Billups and Grant Hill are hurt and could add further depth to this team later in the season. Then you remember that Eric Bledsoe comes off the bench along with Matt Barnes and Lamar Odom, all guys that are adept at filling their roles.
And then you remember L.A.'s starting lineup is pretty good.
If there is one group that can make the beginning of the second quarter interesting when the team's starters get their first breathers, it is the group from San Antonio.
Manu Ginobili has long been a stalwart off San Antonio's bench and is capable of playing starter's minutes and producing at a starter's r...