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Spur Of The Moment: San Antonio Spurs News and Links, March 20

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The Spurs win round two against the Warriors, Tim Duncan comes off the bench, and Gregg Popovich's brilliant philosophy on how to handle his players.

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Spurs win Round 2, beat Warriors to stay perfect at home: 5 things to know - cbssports.com

Down goes Frazier! Down goes Frazier! Down goes Frazier!

Tim Duncan sits, sacrifices for good of Spurs in win over Warriors - foxsports.com

I was so captivated by the way the Spurs were shutting down the Warriors, that I did not notice Tim Duncan only had eight minutes of playing time, until the middle of the third quarter. That is when it really hit me...this is officially not "The Big Three's" team anymore. Timmy, Manu, and Tony are not relied on as much as they once were. Yet in a weird way, I'm ok with that.

Danny Green avoids poking the lion while shutting down Steph Curry - usatoday.com

He had a chance to whisper a little somethin' somethin' when he blocked Curry in the second quarter. By the way, Green became only the third player this season, to block a Stephen Curry three-point attempt.

Spurs win, but process of figuring out Warriors is ongoing - ESPN.com

While we try to figure out the Warriors, Steve Kerr needs to figure out a way to draw a technical foul without smiling afterwards.

Gregg Popovich has a brilliant philosophy on handling players, and it exemplifies the Spurs' unprecedented run of success - businessinsider.com

Great article, on a coach that has consistently treated the superstar the same as the last player in the rotation.