By RantSports Staff on June 16, 2014
Forget about San Antonio being too old. Forget about Miami being the better team. The Spurs showed fans across the globe that they're clearly the best team in the NBA once again. It took seven long years to get back to the mountain top, but Gregg Popovich and company did it.
Here's a look at the Spurs celebrating their fifth championship:
Despite a cold shooting night from Parker in Game 5, the Spurs were still able to get solid bench production once again to make up the difference.
You have to wonder if this is it for Patty Mills in San Antonio. After his play in the postseason it seems likely that some other team will make him offer he can't refuse.
For special events, and special events only, Popovich will crack a smile.
If Holt wasn't 'yessing' in this photo, he should have been.
After winning their fourth title together, the big three of Duncan, Parker and Ginobili have cemented their place in basketball history.
The Spurs won the 2014 Championship by playing together as a team. It was never about one guy, or three guys, it was about everyone making a contribution.
After winning a Finals MVP at just 22 years of age, you have to wonder what's next for Leonard. Stardom?
If Duncan does decide to call it a career after this season, what a way to go out -- with a ring on Father's Day.
There was absolutely no doubt that Leonard deserved to be named Finals MVP after his strong offensive and defensive efforts in games 3-5.
With five titles in 15 years, Duncan has cemented his legacy as one of, if not the best player in the post-Jordan era.
Even though Duncan and Popovich are the only remaining members from the 1999 team, it's still incredible that the Spurs have stayed so good for so long.
Former champions say there's nothing like the sting of champagne in your eyes after winning a championship.
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