Grantland: Tale of 2 Offenses Between Spurs and Knicks

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Grantland: Tale of 2 Offenses Between Spurs and Knicks
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Before they broke out in Game 5 and started to look like themselves again, something had been off with the San Antonio Spurs' offense. In the first four games of their series against Golden State — the first legit playoff team the Spurs had faced after their first-round bye — scoring points and getting clean looks, especially from the perimeter, was beginning to feel like work. It was an unusual feeling for a team that played the league's prettiest, most well-oiled offense before Miami found a new groove this season. It felt like the last four games of their conference finals loss against Oklahoma City last year, when the Thunder's athleticism and amped-up scheme forced enough extra steps into the Spurs' process to turn the league's best offense into an average one.

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