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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Gregg Popovich
On the list of free agents available last summer, Marco Belinelli's name certainly didn't stand out.
The San Antonio Spurs have maintained that records and winning streaks do not matter as much as staying healthy and becoming consistent on offense and defense.
The San Antonio Spurs continue to win big and to rest players, and the limited minutes are starting to show in the revival of Tim Duncan's game.
Gregg Popovich may be the only guy who can stop San Antonio right now.
San Antonio is steamrolling its way into the playoffs. Indiana can't even figure out what's wrong.
Guard Danny Green returns to San Antonio's starting lineup Monday as the Spurs try to win a franchise-record 18th consecutive game.
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich admitted he is getting antsy for a loss. He'll have to wait.
As the winning streak climbs, so does the stress level for San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich.
The San Antonio Spurs didn't dwell on nearly blowing a 24-point lead in the second half. They won, and that's all that mattered to the veteran club.
Brett Brown and the young Philadelphia 76ers are closing in on some dubious NBA history.
No matter the lineup or location, the San Antonio Spurs are rolling through the NBA again this spring, just the way they have for most of the last two decades.
Although his San Antonio Spurs have the NBA's best record and the longest active winning streak after four weeks of unbeaten basketball, coach Gregg Popovich can always find areas of imperfection.
Patty Mills scored 15 points, Tim Duncan had 10 points and 11 rebounds in limited minutes, and the San Antonio Spurs rolled to their eighth straight win with a 103-90 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night.
It didn't take long for the San Antonio Spurs to show the Chicago Bulls why they're leading the NBA.
Coming off their most exhilarating victory of the season, the San Antonio Spurs admitted they had a letdown against the Orlando Magic.
"We had a good regular season and now the postseason," Popovich said. "It starts at noon on Sunday; and we'll see who it is. Two teams that are playing right now, so I'm going to go watch them. You guys take care."
"He's been more than we expected because it usually takes someone a while to figure out the system and feel comfortable and he's done it very quickly," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. "So he's been a pleasant surprise in that respect."