When I saw the San Antonio Spurs climb to 22-16 in March, I’d have a hard time being convinced their upcoming nine-game homestand would be their undoing. After the last 10 games, now it’d be hard to convince me this team can turn things back around.
Whether it’s the impossibly tough schedule, injuries, lack of execution, or the team “looking fried,” there’s no denying there’s something wrong in the Alamo City. Their 2-7 homestand now has them at 24-24 this season, two games above the 10th-seeded Golden State Warriors.
As the San Antonio Spurs freefall, attention is shifting toward a lottery pick