The San Antonio Spurs: They Are Who I Thought They Were

November 8th, 2009 by Courtzide Seatz Leave a reply »

When the San Antonio spurs made the move to acquire Richard Jefferson from the Milwaukee Bucks in the offseason, they instantly became the talk of the NBA.

Everyone thought that this would be the move that would catapult the Spurs back to championship form, and would instantly make them an elite NBA team on the same level as the Lakers, and the Celtics.

I, on the other hand, felt like the only person on the planet who was skeptical about the impact Jefferson would have on this aging team.  

That is not to say I don't think Jefferson is a quality NBA player, or to discount his talent in any way. I recognize the athleticism he provides from the wing, and that he excels at running, and finishing on the fast break, and even the consistent outside shot he has developed in recent years.

But, since when have the Spurs ran an offense that even seems remotely conducive to this type of player? ...

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