Being called a dynasty usually means a team has reached the pinnacle of success in their given sport so being called one is a good thing—or is it?
With a 104-87 win in Game Five Sunday night the San Antonio Spurs earned the right to be called NBA Champions—and proved something very important.
It’s a little presumptive to assume that the Spurs are going to win the NBA Finals, but assuming they do could history be made with co-MVPs?
The Spurs’ point guard has quietly led the Spurs in scoring and has exhibited excellent leadership on the floor.
San Antonio’s Kawhi Leonard is the toast of the town after scoring 29 points Tuesday night in Game Three to help lead the Spurs to a key win in Miami.
Gregg Popovich has been one of the best in the NBA for a long time, and to win the Finals he is going to have to prove it all over again.
The San Antonio Spurs have too many advantages for the NBA Champion Miami Heat to overcome.
The Spurs’ legendary trio now has a chance to become the first trio ever with all its members winning a NBA Finals MVP award.
When Tony Parker left Game Six of the Western Conference Finals with an ankle injury the hearts of Spurs fans everywhere dropped just a little.
It’s a good thing the NBA is nothing like reality television otherwise the 76ers would be facing off against the Spurs in the Finals/tribal council.
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