Dan McCarney cites the Spurs' dominance in the paint as the reason why the Spurs were able to emphatically beat the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Welcome to Loud City's Chris Hanneke correctly writes that the lack of Ibaka helped the Spurs dominate the Thunder in the painted area of the court.
Postgame Grades: Trevor Zickgraf over at 48MoH handed out the grades from last night's game and you won't find any player under a "B–" for the first time in a long time.
CBS Sports' Matt Moore is able to admire what Kawhi Leonard is able to do the Spurs took Game 1 of the WCF.
Zach Harper took a few notes as the Spurs took the first game of the Conference Finals from the Thunder.
Sekou Smith's Hang Time Blog 24-Second Thoughts give a pretty meta piece of coverage of the Spurs' Game 1 performance.
As Pop heads into his eighth Western Conference Finals, Hardwood Paroxysm's Ian Levy demands "All Your Accolade Are Belong to Gregg Popovich."
You know Kawhi Leonard is becoming a superstar when there is an entire New York Times piece on the size of his hands, alone.
Grantland's Playoff Overnight: Kawhi Leonard as The Perfect Spur
Game 2 is Wednesday, same place, same time. See you then.