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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Feb12: #NBA Derrick Rose “far” from return; Major trade rumors and how the Spurs keep winning

#NBA Derrick Rose "far" from return; Major trade rumors and how the Spurs keep winning
Feb 13th 2013, 17:04

Chris Sheridan ‏@sheridanhoops #Bulls Derrick Rose says he's far from return. #Nets targeting Millsap instead of Josh Smith? http://www.sheridanhoops.com/2013/02/13/sh-blog-derrick-rose-far-from-return-major-trade-rumors-and-how-the-spurs-keep-winning/ … Collapse   Reply   Retweet   Favorite  Buffer    More 3RETWEETS 12:19 PM - 13 Feb 13 · Details SH Blog: Derrick Rose "far" from return; Major trade rumors and how the Spurs keep winning Leave a comment By Ben Baroff February 13, 2013 at 12:01 AM Riddle me this: If I were to ask you which NBA team couldeviscerate the leagues most respected defense, the Chicago Bulls, for 103 points – an offensive efficiency that's seven points higher than the average mark of the league leading Oklahoma City Thunder – a handful of teams might come to mind.  But on the second night of a back-to-back (in different time zones)? Maybe a few.. Without its three best players? You'd say impossible. It can't be done. There's no way the Miami Heat did that!  Well, the San Antonio Spurs would beg to differ. On the fourth night of their brutal nine-game Rodeo Road Trip, the Spurs defeated the Bulls 103-89 without Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobli. The victory marked their 13th win in 14 tries and their league leading 41st of the year. With just nine more wins the Spurs will sharpie their 14th consecutive 50-win season, the most in NBA history. On the quest for their fifth title in 15 years, this is just business as usual. Because under the Popovich-Duncan regime, it doesn't matter who comes to the office, the work will get done. They do it with cast-offs like Danny Green (18 points on 3-of-5 shooting behind the arc), second-year players such as Kawhi Leonard (led the way with 26 points) and of course, Nando de Colo, a mystery-man from France who admirably filled...

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