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Topic - Southwest Division
The Southwest Division is a division in the Western Conference of the NBA. It can be depicted as the "South Central" division, meaning that it is the southern version of the Eastern Conference's Central Division. The Mavericks, Rockets, Grizzlies, and Spurs all came from the now defunct Midwest Division and the Hornets came from the Central Division (the Hornets, when they played in Charlotte, also spent one season in the Midwest Division). This division has been, in recent years, the toughest division, with 4 out of the 5 teams being playoff teams within the past 3 years, and the fifth team, Memphis, has had some improvements on their roster. The current divisions have been active since the start of the 2004–05 season. The San Antonio Spurs won the Southwest consecutively in the 2004-05 season and the 2005–06 season. - Source: Wikipedia
Gregg Popovich was reflective, loquacious, funny and even answered questions from the media without prompting.
After a bad loss at New Jersey the previous night, the Indiana Pacers were determined to bounce back at home.
Marcus Johansson scored the go-ahead goal 9:40 into the third period, tipping in Mathieu Perreault's shot from the left circle, to spark the slumping Washington Capitals to a 2-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday.