I’m taking it better than I would’ve anticipated. I may actually be in denial. It’s lame having no Spurs to watch. It stinks cause you know they were capable of winning. Not just the series with the Clippers but the whole thing. They had the group to do it. But they just couldn’t get health and momentum behind them all year. It looked like they had it for a week from March 25 to April 1. Then, even though they continued to win games, they lost it. First Tiago went down again, then Tony got dinged up some more, and just like that their tenuous grip on health and momentum was gone. At least they competed. Missed opportunities and all, they still gave us what will probably be pound for pound the best series of the entire postseason. If they had to go out I’d rather go out in the first round. Less painful and it gives this team its first real offseason in four years. An extra month of rest can’t be a bad thing. The saddest part personally is that it’s unlikely there won’t be at least a few changes next year, and I just really liked this group. But we were lucky to get a second year with this team as it was. The Spurs had never before returned an entire championship roster. I wish they could’ve had a healthier campaign for repeat, but we’ve been lucky. It’s been such an incredible run. Who knows what the future will bring?