Spurs squeak win #16 on the Pop countdown in Chicago

Former Austin Spur Ryan Arcidiacono almost ruined the night . . . for the Spurs.


16 is the legal age for American teenagers to obtain a driver’s license, whether they should or not is a whole different discussion. 16 is a perfect square which makes it perfect for tournaments. Sixteen Candles, John Hughes’ directorial debut, was Molly Ringwald’s breakout performance. Hughes’ films tended to be set in Chicago, so an inadvertent theme emerged.

There are sixteen pieces on each chess player’s side of the board at the beginning of the game. And the Myers-Briggs system has sixteen personality classifications.

The Spurs, in pulling off this game, served the Bulls their 16th loss of the season.

So while win #16 came at the hands of the Chicago Bulls, it goes without saying it was an ugly win. Regardless, the one point victory that almost never was brings head coach Gregg Popovich a mere four wins from passing Pat Riley on for 4th on the all-time list.

So let’s cheer on Pop and the Spurs as they face the Timberwolves in Minneapolis on Wednesday.

Go! Spurs! Go!

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