I really can't say that I disagree with you. The Spurs just seem to be lacking the punch they had last season, while teams like the Lakers, Kings, and Timberwolves are just as good or even better than they are. It's really frustrating watching the Spurs inconsistent play. You did mention that several guys like Rasho, Ginobili, and Parker have been inconsistent, and you hit the nail on the head. Parker looks great for a 5 game stretch, then he looks terrible for a 5 game stretch. Ginobili looks like an all-star for a 5 game stretch, then he looks like an average SG for a 5 game stretch. Rasho looks like a very good center for a 5 game stretch, then he looks like a soft back-up center for a 5 game stretch.Great review Koko. The Wolves are playing championship basketball right now and I don't think the Spurs have enough weapons to win a 7 game series against the Wolves. Parker hasn't been much of a go to guy and Ginobili is a streaky shooter who does everything else well. As for Rasho, well, lets just say he is underperforming for the time being. The Wolves have 4 clutch players in Hudson, Cassell, Sprewell and KG.... role players like Wally, Hassell (what a turnaround from Chicago) and Madsen. For some reason I can't see the Spurs competing with the full powered Lakers, Wolves and maybe even the Kings with a guest appearance from Webber.
Keep it up, and I'm sure some will take notice -- I was out for most of this game playing in a basketball game of my own, so it was nice to look though this and get a feel of what went on in the game. You may not feel like doing it all the time, but definitely do it when you canOriginally posted by <b>KokoTheMonkey</b>!
Yes, I do know I'm talking to myself, but hopefully some Spurs fans will come back from the dead and join me.