The Trouble With Being A Spurs FanI’ve been a Spurs fan since the David Robinson years. The Admiral remains one of my favourite basketball players of all time.The Trouble With Being A Spurs Fan by RazielTwelve
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Over the years, the Spurs have given their fans plenty to cheer about, especially since they drafted Tim Duncan. Since Duncan was drafted, they’ve won 50 or more games each season (or the equivalent), along with five championships.
But that success has a darker side. As a Spurs fan, I’ve become incredibly accustomed to winning. Every time the Spurs lose, I feel like I’ve been punched in the gut. They’re not supposed to lose. They’re the Spurs. It doesn’t matter if players are out injured or if they’re resting some of the older guys, the Spurs are supposed to be a ruthless killing machine of ultimate doom. They are supposed to win, and it is supposed to look awesome.
Of course, this isn’t the least bit fair. Injuries to star players can devastate any team, even one as well-organised and well-coached as the Spu