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Spur Of The Moment: San Antonio Spurs News and Links, March 26

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Spurs tie the '95-96 Bulls, Lamarcus Aldridge and Tony Parker capitalize on chemistry, and Pop wants to start resting players.

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Spurs tie '95-96 Bulls' record by improving to 37-0 at home - foxsports.com

The '95-96 Bulls seem to be on their way to having some of their records shattered this year, Knowing how competitive Michael Jordan is, it would not surprise me to see him come out of retirement, and try and keep those records in tact.

Happy 33rd birthday to the San Antonio Spurs' Coyote - mysanantonio.com

Feliz cumpleanos!

Spurs in position to rest key players for postseason - espn.com

The greatest concern for the Spurs will be resting players, while trying not to take anyone out of rhythm. Leave it to Pop to find a way to make both of these things work.

How LaMarcus Aldridge pick-and-rolls gave new life to Spurs' Tony Parker - sportingnews.com

One of the most beautiful things to witness during a Spurs game, is Adridge's flat footed jump shot. When it is all said and done, I think it will go down as one of the most memorable looking shots in Spurs history. [Editor's note: The video at the very top of the page is an old one, but the story itself is full of good analysis and explanatory clips. -jrw]

Watch: Tony Parker makes a horrible looking crepe - news4sanantonio.com

TP might want to second guess having this video surface. It's a good thing he is not the one cooking the food on his new truck. I'm glad he has that basketball thing to fall back on.