Since squandering a shot at capturing title No. 5, the San Antonio Spurs have collectively been kicking themselves over the summer.
From Gregg Popovich, Tony Parker to Manu Ginobili, the loss to the Heat has been weighing on the team's collective mind but with the new season inching closer, it will be time to put the disappointment behind.
And leave it to Popovich to sum up exactly what the Spurs need to show after the disappointing Finals loss.
"If a loss in a certain situation or a tough break in life occurs, a real measure of that individual is how he or she moves on from it," he said.
Well said Pop. Well said.
The Spurs (and fans) need to put the Finals loss behind them. The team remained largely in tact and should make another deep postseason run but it begins with putting the pat in the past and focusing on the future.
I still think when they get to the Finals this year (and they will) they need to watch a few seconds of how dejected Timmy was in his post game interview. His interview completely summed up my feelings on the loss. They need to move on from the loss during the regular season and playoffs, but I think they need to reopen the wound a little in the Finals to light a fire.
We must learn from the past to prevent it from repeating itself in the future .In order to learn from the past,the Spurs must be honest in evaluating and interpreting it signicance,to do so will make the team stronger now and in the future.Good luck and Go Spurs Go !
Too many seasoned vets and wise staff for there to be any dwelling on past by our players to the teams' detriment. This team will be hungry and prepared by seasons start