The Spurs Are Back To Playing Their Game

Sometimes, it takes even a great team a little while to figure out a new look their opponent may be throwing at them. That appears to be what has happened in this fourth quarter. The Thunder did well to confuse the Spurs with a more athletic lineup, but it looks like the Spurs have gone back to being themselves instead of trying to change their offense just to beat the Thunder’s unique lineup.

Basically, more Tony Parker (15-20 from the field) and maybe a little less Tim Duncan.

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