Week in Review
Four games against talented but struggling teams was not enough to end the Spurs losing streak.
The Spurs went 0-3 on the week, including blowing two more double digit leads at home.
No team should ever be 0-4 when leading by double-figures at home.
The Spurs experienced every type of extreme rally all in one week.
And no, the headline is not meant to be a "We are the Champions" reference.
If second halves didn’t exist, you’d think the Spurs had a not-too-bad week against a tough schedule.
An explosion from three, massive blown leads and comebacks — last week had it all.
The league may not allow a second year of all this "injury management" if the Spurs are truly a decent team when healthy.
The All-Star break did nothing for the Spurs.
The losses expected, but Pop only take so much bad defense.
The Spurs began the Rodeo Road Trip with four more losses, extending their losing streak to 12.
The losses keep piling up, but a couple of new injuries made this week worse.
Ok I did see the Suns game, but it looks like I caught the good game of the week.
Even a rebuilding team has no excuse for giving up 133 points per game.
If there are four types of games for a rebuilding team, the Spurs hit all four last week.
Another 1-2 week feels like the Spurs are settling into their spot in the NBA.
Have the Spurs finally found the happy medium between being unexpectedly good and shockingly bad?
Some rest, angry Pop, and chippy practices is all the Spurs needed to get back up off the mat.
After 11 straight losses, it’s safe to say this Spurs team is officially bad.
The Spurs went an expected 1-2 against a tough schedule, but they’re still fun to watch.
Are the Spurs coming back down to earth after a surprising start, or was it just a rough week?
The Spurs are inching closer to making the play-in, but it’s creating a divide among the fans.
The Spurs somehow managed to break even in a week featuring two game-winners and two extremely disappointing losses.
Winning it for Pop and fourth quarter comeback, all in one!
The Spurs go 0-3 in a week full of failed rallies.