Run the offense. Defend. Check your ego. And, always — ALWAYS — make the extra pass.
These 2014 NBA champion San Antonio Spurs most certainly will rank among the greatest teams in NBA history. Exactly where you put them in the pantheon depends on personal preference, likes and the value of individual greatness: Shaq and Kobe dominance in the early 2000s? Hakeem’s Dream Shake of the mid-’90s? The great Celtic dynasty of the ’60s or the Showtime Lakers of the ’80s?
Miami Heat owner Micky Arison had a message as he walked to the winning locker room.
The Miami Heat entered Game 4 of the 2013 NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs knowing they couldn’t lose and go down 3-1 in the series and have a chance of winning the Larry O’Brien trophy. But the Heat’s Big Three responded like the three All-Stars that they are, combining for 82 points and lead Miami to a 109-93.
Bill Belichick and Gregg Popovich are two of the best coaches in their respective sports. But they might be even better at embarrassing sports reporters.
Go ahead and count out the San Antonio Spurs as simply too old to win another title with Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and coach Gregg Popovich.
Tim Duncan is doing his very best to get the San Antonio Spurs back to the NBA Finals one more time.
A Spurs fan at a San Antonio middle school could be suspended if he doesn’t change the image shaved into the back of his head of Spurs reserve center Matt Bonner.