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    Itís baffling how teams like the Houston and Detroit have so much more talent than we do, yet are somehow much worse than we are. Without a doubt, increases their chances at getting the top pick, but down the line isnít good for the development of their youngsters. Theyíre gonna get used to playing lazy and know how to play the right way or winning basketball. At least put youngins are playing hard and are getting taught to play the right way
    and the right habits.

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    Itís baffling how teams like the Houston and Detroit have so much more talent than we do, yet are somehow much worse than we are. Without a doubt, increases their chances at getting the top pick, but down the line isnít good for the development of their youngsters. Theyíre gonna get used to playing lazy and know how to play the right way or winning basketball. At least put youngins are playing hard and are getting taught to play the right way
    and the right habits.
    I don't understand why a segment of Spurs fans continues to look down their nose at anyone. The Spurs have had by far the worst defense and point differential in the league from damn near the jump and probably the only reason the Pistons look poised to finish with a clear worse record is because Cunningham has played 12 games.

    The top youth on their teams are also younger than the Spurs top current youth.

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    I don't understand why a segment of Spurs fans continues to look down their nose at anyone. The Spurs have had by far the worst defense and point differential in the league from damn near the jump and probably the only reason the Pistons look poised to finish with a clear worse record is because Cunningham has played 12 games.

    The top youth on their teams are also younger than the Spurs top current youth.
    Far from it, although I won’t dispute that it can come off as such. Like I said, their young guys are more talented than ours. Yet here we are, the best out of the league’s worst teams (that’s not saying much). On Cade though, I will admit I had no idea he was out for an extended period of time. Taking into account Cade’s absence, which team actually tries to win, HOU or DET?

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