The Spurs had to endure another game without Kawhi Leonard, but it was the Portland Trail Blazers who left the AT&T Center with a stomachache Friday night.
Gregg Popovich was happy – literally – with his team following the Spurs’ wild 102-100 win over the Houston Rockets Tuesday.
While the result San Antonio got Saturday with a full roster is promising, it’s not necessarily the on-court product that’s most crucial to the team at this point in the young season.
Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich, when asked about the political developments of the past four days, held nothing back prior to his team’s game against the Detroit Pistons.
San Antonio is slowly but surely finding its way back to a fully healthy roster and generating more rhythm between its players, new and old.
It’s one thing to enter the altitude of Denver on the second night of a back-to-back, but it’s a completely different thing to do it with a M.A.S.H. unit missing six key players after a brutal night in Oakland.