Found March 18, 2013 on Project Spurs:
On this new episode of the News 4 San Antonio-Project Spurs, Spurs Roundtable, the panel of Jeff Garcia, Paul Garcia and Kyle Boenitz look at the difference between the 2011-12 and the 2012-13 San Antonio Spurs teams to see what makes them different. Both won 50 games (last season was a lockout shortened season) and were tops in the West but is this year's version better? To finish up the show, the panel discusses keys to the final 15 games before the playoffs including a quick discussion on if Cory Joseph or Gary Neal is the better point guard to steady the Spurs with Tony Parker out of the lineup. 
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