Spurs bounce back for win against Milwaukee

After an ego-deflating loss to the New York Knicks, the San Antonio Spurs bounced back against the Milwaukee Bucks with an 11 point win, 114-103.  It was a huge win considering the Spurs lost to one of the worst teams in the league in the Knicks.  Games like the Knicks contest defy odds but add gravitas to the statement “that’s why they play the game.”

“I gave up a long time ago trying to understand the game of basketball,” Tony Parker said after the game. “It is weird. We just did a better job tonight of shooting the ball and playing the game better.”

The Spurs face Eastern Conference cellar dwellers The Boston Celtics.  They should have no trouble against the lowly Celts, but, hey, that’s why they play the games!  Get your tickets today!

Spurs knock Bucks to .500

The defending NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs, winners of eight of their last 10 games picked up their second consecutive victory, disposing of the Milwaukee Bucks 95-101.  The Spurs now await the arrival of the Charlotte Hornets, who are coming off a victory over the hapless New York Knicks.

The Spurs, after losing to the Bulls playing “… embarrassing basketball,” Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. “I want my money back.”   The team  came into the game against the Lakers with an attitude that carried over to the Bucks.  Although the Bucks game had a bit of a learning curve to it.

“Actually, when they’re young and they’ve changed their team a bit, and their coach, it takes a little while to get used to it,” Duncan said. “We hadn’t seen them. It took a half to get used to what they were doing. And then when we did, we did a much better job; taking care of the ball, moving the ball and luckily we made some shots.”

The Spurs will have a couple of days before the Hornets game this Wednesday.   Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours now and help support your defending NBA Champion Spurs!

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Spurs take 3-2 Series lead

The San Antonio Spurs took another step in realizing their quest of getting back to the NBA Finals by thrashing the Oklahoma City Thunder 89-117.  The beating was thorough and precise and the Spurs played high level basketball against a very, very good basketball team.  It is exactly what you should get from a #1 seed taking on a #2 seed Western Conference finals.

“We absolutely believe we can (in OKC Game six). It’s a tough place to play, and they’re going to be fighting for their lives,” Forward Tim Duncan said after the game.  “But we feel we can play the right way. We take care of the ball. We do the things we’ve been talking about all series long, there’s no reason why we can’t win it.”

Game six is scheduled for Saturday at 7:30 p.m.  Great seats and cheap tickets are still available.  Get yours now!!