The force is strong in this one.
It is pretty bad tbh. It's to be expected after two years of shit though.
Spurs fans getting excited over a Spurs sweep?
Fucking mind boggling.
I really love the environment down here. It's quite appealing for Spur fan.
Who calls the Spurs boring?
<gif reel of layups>
I just saw that thread "has anyone gone downstairs?"
I'm surprised anyone is able to see well enough to make a thread, let alone post, after the bukkakefest over beating one of the weakest 8 seeds ever.
Me/every Spurfan after the game last night
btw gnsf is gay as fuck but when did it become popular for bnsf to scoff his own team
It's not so much BNSF scoffing his team as it is BNSF scoffing GNSF for thinking every season the Spurs are as good as the 97 Bulls.
GNSF motto: "It's not homerism if you're right!"
this happens pretty much every year and yet somehow you dumbfucks still get your mind blown. It's like the exact thing you're complaining about.
and tbh i don't recall anyone ever saying this Spurs team was some kind of 97 bulls type juggernaut...most of the year people have been crying how we were gonna beat down by the Lakers/Grizz again this season
I don't remember who it was but I remember a post up there after game 3 wondering if the Spurs could beat the bulls 72 win record next season.
Mavs in 9! LOL
Well, we know they are better than the Knicks and the Mavs...
I mean, we clear on that?
Same guy from SpursReport.com, banned after saying "F*ck PETA" when they complained of the bat swipe...
James Harden scouting report:
Best Case: Manu Ginobili
Worst Case: Jason Terry
The most impressive thing about the series was the Spurs' execution. They looked great but that series wasn't exactly the best barometer for future playoff success.
For me it's easy to temper my excitement considering the Spurs are really just competing for the right to play the Miami Heat. No amount of coaching or execution can stop LeBron when his mind is right. Only once have the Spurs faced their toughest test in the finals, and that was with a prime Tim Duncan. This is very different.
meh, not impressed at all on a sweep of possibly the worst playoff team of 2012
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