• NESN.com asks whether the San Antonio Spurs are the best team in the Western Conference:
For the past few years, the answer to this question has been a no-brainer, as the Los Angeles Lakers have seen heaps of success behind their fearless leader Kobe Bryant and their frighteningly deep bench that doesn't shy away from the postseason.
But now, as we head toward what should be another exciting trip into the NBA playoffs, are the Purple and Gold still the best in the west?
• Express News' Tim Griffin talks about Tiago Splitter working on foul shooting:
Spurs rookie forward Tiago Splitter spent a few minutes after his teammates left the court experimenting with different foul shots under the watchful eye of Spurs assistant coach Chip Engelland. Splitter is struggling from the line, hitting 55.9 percent from the foul line.
• MVPTexas.com asks if the Spurs are fading down the stretch.
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