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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.
The PtR staff welcomes a guest to wrap up the season and discuss the postseason.
There’s too much young talent for everybody to be on the court for tip-off.
The young Spurs are shining in bubble, but does that mean they should have gotten bigger roles earlier? The PtR staff discusses.
The PtR staff discusses which current NBA player has been enjoying himself the most post-San Antoino.
Several players around the league have made the decision to skip the Orlando bubble. The PtR staff discusses why it wouldn’t be surprising to see some Spurs join those ranks.
The league voted to continue the season with a new format and in a single city. The PtR staff offer their thoughts and concerns about the approved proposal.
The documentary series about the Bulls’ last championship team has fascinated NBA fans. The PtR staff discusses which team in Spurs history would be the most fun to watch through that lens.
The Spurs struggled without Aldridge and immediately improved when he returned. Are there any important lessons for the team to learn about its star big man or the center position in general? The PtR staff discusses.
The Spurs decided to carry just two reliable centers this season but injuries have left them with none. Should they add one using their open roster spot? The PtR staff discusses.
The Spurs went just 2-6 on the RRT. Do they have what it takes to make one last push for the playoffs?
Rule changes helped make the All-Star game more interesting, but what about using the Elam ending in games that count?
The Spurs were one of the few potential West playoff teams that didn’t make a move before the deadline. The PtR staff discusses whether that was the right decision.
The Spurs need wins to keep up with the other West playoff hopefuls, but their struggles on the road might prevent them from getting them anytime soon.
DeRozan has been producing like an MVP candidate lately, but should the Spurs treat him as one and make him their centerpiece?
To everyone’s surprise, Aldridge is extending his range past the three-point line. The PtR staff discusses what it means for the Spurs this season and moving forward.
The PtR staff tries to figure out the answer to the question that’s been puzzling Spurs fans for weeks.
The staff round-table tries to decide whether there’s been a young player in the last 16 years more exciting to watch than Walker or Ginobili.
DeRozan is having a productive and relatively efficient season on offense, but does his scoring make up for his other deficiencies?
San Antonio doesn’t turn the ball over a lot, but that doesn’t mean they’ve limited their opponents’ fast breaks.
In this edition of the PtR staff round table, the discussion is about the Spurs’ rotation tweaks, predicting whether a mid-season trade will come, and more.