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San Antonio Spurs Will Be Back Next Season

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Age will eventually catch with the San Antonio Spurs. With that said, they may have lost to the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals, but they will be back next season.

That does not necessarily mean that they will make the Finals again. What it does mean is that the Spurs will once again have a great team.

Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker can’t be good forever, but they do have some years left in them. That is especially true with Parker since he is only 31.

Outside of the Big 3, there is plenty of talent on this team, like Danny Green and Kawhi Leonard. It helps when the team drafts solid players as well and picking up Deshaun Thomas in this year’s draft could really pay off.

Thomas averaged close to 20 points per game this past season for the Ohio State Buckeyes. He can score in a variety of ways and he has the talent to score quite a bit in the NBA.

San Antonio clearly has a great head coach in Gregg Popovich and the team will likely be a contender as long as he is the coach.

It is never easy rebounding when a team makes it all of the way to the Finals and loses, but that is exactly what the Spurs are going to do. This has been a great franchise over the years and they will once again have a team that will challenge for an NBA title. That is as long as players don’t get traded away and things like that.

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