- Created on Monday, 29 November 2010 05:30
- Last Updated on Thursday, 16 May 2013 07:51
- Written by gospursgostrive - SpursReport Rookie
It is cool to see our team the Spurs have the best record in the NBA as we speak. However, there are many games that the spurs had to come from behind to get the wins.
Against the Rockets, the Spurs came back and rallied from 10, I believe at one point. Spurs came back behind a surging Manu Ginobili.
Today's early game against the Hornets, the Spurs rallied from 21 at one point, came back and beat the Hornets.
When the Spurs played the Suns at Phoenix a while back the Spurs came back from behind a surging Richard Jefferson's 3's.
When the spurs played the Thunder at Oklahoma City. The first half was horrendous and we were saved by Bonner's 7 3's.
When the Spurs played the Timberwolves it looked like the Spurs were out of it but came back thanks to Bonner, once again.
The Chicago Bulls gave the Spurs a scare at home when we saw Rose and Noah beat the Spurs by double digits then Parker came to the rescue, eventually.
The losses were to the Mavericks and Hornets, conference rivals at home. And the convincing wins were against the Clippers (twice), Jazz, 76ers, Magic, Bobcats, Pacers, and the Cavaliers were great and all. Although the comeback victories concern me because the Spurs can't be doing this come back stuff in the playoffs.
But for now we will take the win anyway we can.
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