Wednesday, November 05, 2008

What's Wrong?

The San Antonio Spurs have now lost three games in a row. The freshest loss came against their Texas rival, Dallas Mavericks. The Spurs were definitely not playing the way they should be as the Mavs won 98-81.

The first half of the game was plainly dreadful. The Spurs just couldn't find their rhythm on the offense while the Mavs kept on hitting the right shots. Jason Terry, who's had his first game of the season, totted up with 29 points and six assists. Dirk Nowitzki played his best too, I think, with 30 points and seven rebounds. On the gray and silver jerseys, it was Tony Parker, Tim Duncan, and Roger Mason, who finished with double-digits 22, 19, 11, respectively.

So, what went wrong with the Spurs? Why 0-3? Missing Manu Ginobili's spunk? Or getting younger isn't really the best solution?

3 comments:

Time Intact said...

I'm really holding back on discounting the Spurs as title contenders because..well they're the Spurs. They usually always start slow, nobody talks about them, and come April, they're right there in the mix. But it does feel different this season, as if they've certainly lost a step.

Ragnar said...

=p hehehe. Too early to push the panic button..Relax..

Hou said...

yea yea