Is Time Running Out on the San Antonio Spurs?

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The San Antonio Spurs dynasty just continues to chug along.  However, it appears as if the train seems to be run losing fuel.  Their nucleus of Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobli, and Tony Parker is starting to get up their age but if that core is healthy during the post-season, the Spurs are more than capable of once again making a run in the NBA Western Conference.

By: David Kay
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Is it Finally Time to Blow Up the Spurs Roster?

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All good things must come to an end.  TV fans learned that recently with the series finales of both Lost and 24.  Maybe it is finally time the Spurs follow this theory and start blowing up their aging roster.

By: Peter Christian and David Kay
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NBA Power Rankings: #5 San Antonio Spurs

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By: David Kay

In a critical off-season for the Spurs franchise, San Antonio made all the right moves to make sure their recent run of success did not come to a sreetching hault this season.  They should once again be one of the elite teams in the Western Conference and compete for another NBA ring.

2008-09 Season Summary:
The Spurs played up to par last season but it was obvious that their run under the Duncan/Parker/Ginobili era is close to coming to an end. San Antonio won 54 games and took the Southwest Division title but lost for the first time in the opening round of the play-offs since 2000. Duncan’s dominance began to fade and without Ginobili in the post season it was apparent Parker can’t be the number one scoring option on a team that will be a title contender. Roger Mason stepped up to be one of the bright spots of the season as a reliable clutch situation shooter.

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