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Why the Spurs Need to Make Another Postseason Run

April 18, 2012 – Griffin Gotta The San Antonio Spurs oftentimes seem to be thought of only for how much the collective NBA audience does not think of them. Their core remains Tim Duncan in lesser games played and shorter bursts of dominance; Manu Ginobili healthy and off the bench; and Tony Parker, this season’s [...]
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