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Spurs Fall 2 Spots on Kerr's Rankings

By Daniel Strickland on November 9, 2005.

It’s amazing what a single loss can do to change expectations — Steve Kerr dropped the Spurs from 1st to 3rd in his latest power rankings.

I think he was being a tad melodramatic by calling the Mavericks victory over the Spurs last Saturday a “bludgeoning,” and that it “silenced the dynasty chatter in San Antonio for the time being.”

Fear not, the dynasty chatter continues here at, and very soon we’ll be launching our podcast, so stay tuned.

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  1. Bramlet Abercrombie November 11, 2005

    Steve Kerr of all people should know that one regular season loss, no matter how ugly, means nothing in terms of a team’s chances of winning a title. Both the 2003 and 2005 championship teams had losses in the regular season that left me disgusted and demoralized, yet both teams still got the job done in the playoffs.

    Power rankings, however, should be based on a team’s current performance, and I agree with Steve that the Spurs are not the best team in the NBA right now.

  2. TheFunk November 12, 2005

    Let’s remember – Kerr tries to pretend to be unbiased towards the Spurs, and let’s face it, our squad got it handed to them.

    Won’t happen again.


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