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What “home” means to the San Antonio Spurs

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With so many members of the Silver & Black coming from different locations, commonalities are found in the nuance.

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Home means something different to everybody. For some it is a location, for others a state of mind. Home is where you hang your hat.

What does “home” mean to the San Antonio Spurs?

Consensus seems to be that home is where there is comfort and family.

For past members of the Spurs, San Antonio became a home away from home. And for some, like David Robinson, Tim Duncan, George Gervin, Sean Elliott, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili, it is where they stayed.

Even some members of Spurs past have returned. Bruce Bowen coaches in San Antonio. Johnny Moore has maintained a home as he coached locally as well.

The Spurs have a game in Boston tonight, and then they head home. Hopefully, they are returning to their comfort zone.


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