The Hottest Team in the NBA Right Now Is … the Spurs?! | The Mismatch | The Ringer NBA Show – San Antonio Video



Another home victory against the Golden State Warriors marks an impressive nine-game winning streak for the San Antonio Spurs (6:46). Plus: previewing regular-season awards (32:55) and NBA prospects to look forward to in March Madness (43:59).

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  1. Anyone else thinking the Spurs (given the current seeding) could beat the Blazers and maybe give the warriors a couple losses before the WCF? or am I too much an optimist

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  2. As soon as Lebron stops being a cringe inducing horrendously overly self righteous narcissistic asshole I’ll appreciate him

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  3. It was a brutally right move by Danny to dump Isaiah. He has zero value and 95% of other teams would've resigned off some loyalty move for huge money.

    He's getting heat for it, but I'd rather have heat than a dead weight contract. He's right though, He'll likely be back on a mid level with us soon.

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  4. I remember the ECF when Isaiah Thomas switched on to Lebron and tried to tackle his kneecaps and Lebron scored like he wasnt even there. Thats the thing with him hes such a liability on defense you have to give him a lot of shots to justify having him on the court. Mugsy Bogues he is not.

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  5. Hezonja played for Barcelona, not for Real Madrid

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