San Antonio wipe the floor with a shorthanded Indiana squad. The San Antonio Spurs took care of business on Monday, blowing out the understaffed Indiana Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse and climbing back to .500 in the process.
Don’t look now, but the San Antonio Spurs are back to being a top 10 NBA defense. Now having won four of their last five games on the road, the Spurs have moved 3.5 games ahead of the New Orleans Pelicans to remain a strong contender for a spot in next month’s playoff play-in tournament.
The San Antonio Spurs can add some skill to their frontcourt this summer Between their rumored interest in Chicago Bulls big man Lauri Markkanen and speculation over various draft targets, it sounds like the San Antonio Spurs could be making upgrades to their frontcourt this summer.
San Antonio followed their impressive win in Phoenix with an ugly but easy victory over a tired, shorthanded opponent. It wasn’t the prettiest of games, but the Spurs’ visit to Indiana ended with a win, which is all that matters.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Spurs took care of business on the road with relative ease. It wasn’t always pretty, especially in the second and fourth quarters, but San Antonio Spurs continued to be their road warrior selves, this time blowing out the short-handed Indiana Pacers 109-94.
If you’re anything like I was a few weeks ago, you have no idea how NBA Top Shot works and what it might have to do with the San Antonio Spurs. The truth is it’s hard to understand in general, but I’ve been able to learn more about the latest NBA phenomenon over time.
Throughout the 2000s, the San Antonio Spurs were an absolute dynasty. While Tim Duncan and Tony Parker receive a lot of the credit for this, Manu Ginobili was an essential part of the Spurs’ culture and organization.