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Being a Spurs fan feels different this year

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In epidose 34 of the Superfluous Poppycock podcast, Seth Warren and J.R. Wilco discuss what’s different about supporting this year’s San Antonio team.

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For me, as a fan — this year doesn’t feel like any of the past 10 years. And it’s not just because Tim Duncan is no longer playing for the Spurs. There’s a dynamic to cheering for the team that I don’t remember dealing with for quite a while. That’s the first topic that Seth Warren and I discuss on episode 34 of the Superfluous Poppycock podcast.

We also depress ourselves discussing LaMarcus Aldridge’s recent performances, talk about the league’s one-man teams, look at the thing Dewayne Dedmon did that Tim used to do, delve into the playoff scenario that terrifies me, and ask the question that a character Jack Nicholson once asked rhetorically.

You can listen via the player below, or download it here.