The San Antonio Spurs have been one of the two best teams in basketball so far, and their midseason grade reflects that.
Gregg Popovich is a masterful NBA mind, but even he will tap into his own brilliance on back-to-back nights. If it continues to work this well, why the heck not?
Tim Duncan can still dish the rock as well as any big man in the NBA, so Kawhi Leonard was ready to throw down the epic alley-oop all over the lowly Brooklyn Nets.
The San Antonio Spurs' bench will make them tough to beat in a seven-game playoff series.
Tim Duncan recently had the first scoreless game of his NBA career, and his record for consecutive outings with a point will stand for quite a long time.
The San Antonio Spurs have been on point defensively, and this will make them a formidable playoff threat.
The San Antonio Spurs are already displaying fantastic team chemistry, and the best part is that LaMarcus Aldridge isn't done adjusting yet.
The San Antonio Spurs are off to a 14-3 start, and much of their early success can be attributed to their defense.
The San Antonio Spurs might believe they have everything it takes to win.
The San Antonio Spurs already look like an elite team defensively, and they could be champions if their offense catches up.