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The Mighty Have Fallen
« on: March 09, 2023, 11:14:48 AM »

Offline ManchesterCelticsFan

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Checkout the NBA standings. Look at how far the Spurs have fallen. They haven't been this bad since David Robinson and Sean Elliot were injured and they were in the Tim Duncan sweepstakes during the 1996-97 season.

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Spurs went into the season pretty keen on punting on it.


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The moment Kawhi left they were doomed


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Checkout the NBA standings. Look at how far the Spurs have fallen. They haven't been this bad since David Robinson and Sean Elliot were injured and they were in the Tim Duncan sweepstakes during the 1996-97 season.

They won the last sweepstakes.  Not a bad run to have Robinson, Duncan, Leonard, and maybe Wembanyama.  Few franchises have had that many all-time greats/ MVP-level players in a 30 year period.  Good timing and in the case of Leonard (and others), good drafting.

Duncan should have been a Celtic.