The Spurs are interesting. The take a lot of midrange 2s. They are number 1 in 2-point field goal attempts per game. But only 19th in 2-point fg%. They are also deadlast in shot attempts within 5 feet of the basket and FIRST in midrange attempts. They are 28th in 3PA and 18th in FTA. Basically, they take all the shots the math tells you not to take, and none of the shots the math tells you to take, They are the anti-Rockets. BUT,#1 in both 3P% and FT%. And they are #2 (lowest) in turnover percentage. The interesting question is, do they turn the ball over so little and shoot so well at 3s because they shoot so many midrange 2s? Is there value in making the opponents defend the entire floor that leads to open 3s? Is there value in slow, safe iso plays instead of constantly whipping the ball around hunting for 3s? Or constantly driving into traffic? Or maybe SA scores despite their shot selection because they just have good shooters.