In The Bonus
Media Day is gone and preseason is right around the corner. Let’s look at what we now know about the new Spurs and what we will find out in the next few weeks.
The most hectic stretch of the offseason is over, but San Antonio still has to trim down its roster and start thinking about a rotation that makes sense.
Now that Summer League is over, it’s time to assess how the big names on the Spurs’ roster fared in Utah and Las Vegas.
The NBA just finished a fun but atypical season. Will the parity and non-glamour market dominance carry over to 2021/22? The PtR staff discusses.
Injuries played a huge part in shaping how the playoffs went, but whoever wins the title should not have their triumph diminished for circumstances beyond their control.
The Spurs are not in the postseason, but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be paying attention to what’s been working and what hasn’t in the playoffs.
Not everyone loves the play-in tournament, but do the critics actually have a point? The PtR staff discusses.
The Spurs have won just two of their last 10 games, with nine of those coming at home. The PtR staff tries to figure out what’s wrong in San Antonio and if it can be fixed in time to keep the team in the playoff picture.
With the trade deadline approaching, most of the roster should be on the table for San Antonio.
A COVID outbreak is never a good thing, but could there be some hidden benefits to not playing for a few days? The PtR staff discusses.
The Spurs have seen a lot of their games come down to the wire. But is it a good thing that they are winning in the clutch or a bad thing that they can’t put teams away earlier?
Now that the dust has settled after the draft, the PtR staff takes a look at the picks, and projects how the rookies will fare in the NBA.
The Spurs have a crowded backcourt and not a lot of depth at forward, but should that prevent them from going for the best player available if it happens to be a guard?
The PtR staff talks about the success of the bubble and whether championships won under unique circumstances deserve to have an asterisks attached to them.
LeBron James will try to get his fourth title while the Heat will try to prove that you don’t need superstars to win. Which matchups are the most fun and who are Spurs fans rooting for? The PtR staff discusses.