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3 Things the San Antonio Spurs can learn from ‘The Last Dance’ - Air Alamo
Like almost every other basketball fan, the San Antonio Spurs are almost certainly watching 'The Last Dance', here's what they can learn from it Like many ...
SAN ANTONIO, TX FEBRUARY 26: Head coach of the San Antonio Spurs Gregg Popovich talks with Lonnie Walker #1 and Dejounte Murray #5 during first half action at AT&T Center (Photo by Ronald Cortes/Getty Images) Like many of the players on the San Antonio Spurs roster today, I didnt grow up watching Michael Jordan. While His Airness was on his campaign for the 1998 NBA Championship, the subject of The Last Dance documentary series, I was just a three-year-old running around the backyard. Most of the stories I heard of Jordan came from my parents. For many of the young Spurs, this documentary series is likely the most in-depth look theyve ever had at the fine details of those dominant Chicago Bulls teams of the late 90s. But their path to success wasnt a consistent rise, there were pitfalls and obstacles they had to overcome along the way. The San Antonio Spurs can learn a lot from this documentary series. Like the Bulls, the Spurs had an impressive run of success over the past two decades. And like the Bulls, theyre struggling to find their new path after the end of an era. For the Bulls it was Michael Jordan, for the Spurs it was the Big Three. Both franchises built their names around legendary players and both struggled to find their way after they were gone. The Last Dance can bring more than just entertainment value to Spurs players, it can also be a teaching tool for how to get back to the level of success that they previously had. Here are a few lessons the team can take away from the highly watched documentary series.