LeBron James is overpowering in the half court, but on a fast break, Spurs guard Patty Mills found just how strong he can be.
After suffering a hefty 30-point loss to the Golden State Warriors, the San Antonio Spurs are looking for adjustments. There is one major change that could be of use to them: a smaller lineup.
NBA fans and media alike were incredibly excited for the first meeting of the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors this season, and many expected an uber-competitive game to take place on Monday night. Well, the game was enthralling, but not very competitive. Stephen Curry put on a clinic, and was dribbling circles around the Spurs throughout. Here's some evidence. If that floater wasn't epic enough, in the second-half Curry added this drive in which he pulled the magic out on Jonathon Simmons.
Find out what to expect from tonight's epic matchup between the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors.
LaMarcus Aldridge was the best free agent in the 2015 class, but he has struggled adjusting to the San Antonio Spurs so far.
Although many believe that Stephen Curry is the MVP of the NBA, Kawhi Leonard is having an overall better season thanks to his outstanding offense combined with his stellar work on defense.
The "trenches" in the NBA can be a tough place to function, but what happened to Patty Mills of the San Antonio Spurs definitely crosses a line.
Kawhi Leonard continues to get better every season and is now one of the best players in the league.
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich has become synonymous for his cold shoulder handling of the media, but he does have a wry sense of humor on occasion. This little clip is hilarious how he just messes with Tony Parker. I couldn't stop laughing.
Kawhi Leonard is one of the best young players in the NBA today and there's no disputing that. Charles Barkley however, believes that Leonard is the best player in the entire world and there has never been a more ridiculous statement to come out of his mouth. If you take Leonard away from the Spurs, they would find a way to be competitive. Take LeBron James or Stephen Curry away from their teams, and they don't have a chance.