Not so hot! On a night where Tim Duncan got into early foul trouble the #1 team in the league got embarrassed in front of their home crowd. To all Spurs fans, do not feel so alarmed. I don’t know if Pop picks and chooses when to give his guys a rest. Certain teams seem to have the number of other teams. For the avid spurs fan you would know that historically the spurs do not play well against the Blazers. The all time record for the Spurs vs. Blazers is 74-74. The past five seasons the spurs are 5-12 against the Blazers. The Spurs have only managed to beat the Blazers 5 times in the past five seasons, while accumulating 12 losses, which is not typical for the Spurs. The Blazers always rise for the challenge when they play the Spurs. For the Spurs they seem to take the night off against the Blazers for the past five seasons. Combine Tim Duncan’s early foul trouble, Tony Parker’s injury, and the Spurs lack of interest to beat the Blazers you have the combination for a perfect storm. Give credit to the Blazers for their hustle and will to beat the Spurs. However, it is nothing that any Spurs fan should be alarmed about. The Spurs will lick their wounds, pick the pieces up, and remind their next opponent why there are the best in the league.