The Spurs don’t have to play themselves anymore.

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It’s difficult to tell whether or not the Atlanta Hawks enjoyed being referred to as the “Spurs East” for the last couple of seasons. You would have to think that being compared to a seemingly undying franchise with five championships in 16 years would be a compliment, but I can see how it could also be taken as a bit …

Spurs blow away Hawks, 108-88.

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Suffocating defense from the Spurs noticeably bothered the Hawks early, who missed six of their first seven shots. After the Spurs earned an 8-3 advantage, Kawhi Leonard got on the board with and and-1 three in which he completed the four-point play, and everything seemed to be going right for San Antonio. A couple of turnovers allowed Atlanta to catch up which led …

San Antonio Spurs vs. Atlanta Hawks.

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  The Hawks were the apple of the blogosphere’s eye for the first 50 games of last season, blitzing the league with crisp passing and hot shooting, sending four players to the ASG and earning themselves the not-so-in-vogue-anymore tag of Spurs East. Despite losing vital cog DeMarre Carroll to free agency, the 2015-16 version retains the same style of play, …