Nine Things the San Antonio Spurs Must Do To Right Their Season

December 11th, 2009 by Robert Kleeman Leave a reply »

At 10-9, the Spurs have stumbled out of the gates like drunken sumo wrestlers trying to run a night marathon down Lombard Street in San Francisco.


Heavy on talent but often low on the good judgment and crunch-time execution scales, the team must escape the doldrums in the next few weeks if it hopes to contend for a fifth title.


San Antonio has trudged into December with a .500 record, the worst in the Tim Duncan era. It has also never entered the month with as much talent. Not with George Gervin and not with David Robinson.


The game changed when the Spurs front office commissioned the costliest renovation in franchise history. Now, it must pick up before the final buzzer—coming sooner than you think—eliminates them from a classic title race.

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