Tonight, the two teams with the highest average margin of victory over the last month or so square off. The Spurs are #2, so you can probably guess who's first.
In our previous game @PHX, the Suns came into the game undefeated at home, while the Spurs sported a terrible road record. The result, despite a monumental second-half comeback effort, was a predictable Spurs loss. Things have changed for both teams since then, and Phoenix is missing their normal starting center, which could work to our advantage. But, this game won't be the least bit easy, and our guys can't slack off like they did in the first half last night. We need this game to keep our dreams of homecourt advantage alive, as the Suns are the team immediately ahead of us in the Western Conference standings.
Let's get a win. And as always, be sure to check out my neighbors' point of view over at Bright Side Of The Sun.
San Antonio Spurs
|Garrett Temple*||PG||Steve Nash|
|Manu Ginobili||SG||Jason Richardson|
|Richard Jefferson||SF||Grant Hill|
|Tim Duncan||PF||Amar'e Stoudemire|
|Antonio McDyess||C||Jarron Collins|
| DeJuan Blair |
| Leandro Barbosa |
|Greg Willard||Courtney Kirkland||Leon Wood|
* = Tony Parker may return to the starting lineup at some point, possibly even tonight.
Shooting Guard: Once again, Manu needs to dominate his matchup for things to work in our favor. You know what that means...
Key to the Game
Stay Home on Defense: Nash is going to get his. The key is to keep him from getting all of his teammates involved in the offense. Stick to those guys and you'll be alright.
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