The San Antonio Spurs are still dealing with a coronavirus outbreak, their state is reeling from the aftereffects of a deadly icy blast that has affected millions of Texans, and one of their best players is mourning the death of a parent.
Given all that, basketball seems secondary to the Spurs right now. But they were back to work Monday, holding a full-fledged practice for the first time since it was revealed last week that at least four players tested positive for COVID-19.
They will be without at least six players when they return to the court Wednesday at Oklahoma City. “We’ve always had the philosophy that there are all these people, or groups of people, who have it worse than you do,” Popovich said, wearing a cap bearing the logo ofRead more on clickorlando.com