What a difference a few weeks make.
Phil Jackson has done his share of detracting from the legacy of the San Antonio Spurs, but he had nothing but love for his former foe on Sunday.
Kawhi Leonard separated himself in the NBA Finals by blowing up in the last three games of the series to help the San Antonio Spurs beat the Miami Heat in five games.
What’s so impressive about the San Antonio Spurs is how they’ve had such a prolonged period of excellence with the same core group of players.
No, LeBron James was not crying at the end of Game 5 despite what all the haters would like to believe.
The image above is how San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich looked with three minutes remaining in Game 5 of the NBA Finals and his team up by nearly 20 points.
Tim Duncan probably could not have envisioned a better way to end his career if he decides to retire.
Not long ago, Dwyane Wade was one of the best and most explosive players in the NBA. That day, though, is long over.