Spurs Roundtable: Why are the Spurs struggling on the road?

Utah Jazz forward Joe Ingles, right, defends San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard (2) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Glenn Cable and Joseph Rivera joined your host Quixem Ramirez for this week's Spurs Roundtable show.


  • Gilbert Arenas called Kawhi Leonard an "average offensive player" earlier this week, after saying he was just a "good player in a great system" last month.
  • San Antonio boasts the league's best home record (17-2) in the league, but its 8-10 mark on the road places them in uncharted territory. Why are they struggling on the road and should we be concerned about their road woes?
  • The Spurs play 16 games in January, including nine on the road. Can they make up the gap between the Houston Rockets and Golden State Warriors this month?
  • And, lastly, we each gave one New Years resolution for the Spurs.

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