Spurs offense draws comparison to Mozart
NOV 14, 2013 10:22p ET
Wednesday, San Antonio had six players in double figures, and ten players logged at least 15 minutes, with none cracking the 26-minute barrier in an easy 92-79 win over the Washington Wizards.
After the rout, Wizards center Marcin Gortat was so impressed with the defending Western Conference champions he compared the Spurs to listening Mozart.
"San Antonio runs offense perfectly. It was like listening to Mozard," Gortat said. "It's just ridiculous how they play.
Washington shooting guard Bradley Beal also was handing out complements to the Spurs after the game.
"When you have a team like that, not just the first group, but the second group plays the exact same way and the third group plays the same way," Beal said. "So it's really tough when you have a team like that who is capable of just moving the ball, passing the ball, cutting every second, and not getting tired on top of that."
Popovich might come across as cranky and hard to please, but in reality, he is just out there conducting his own Symphony No. 40 in G minor with his Spurs.
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