In order for the Spurs to get back to the Finals, they first had to move on. In regards to their first Finals loss, "lesser teams don't come back from that sort of heartache. The Spurs aren't a lesser team."
The Spurs get some rest, home court advantage and revenge. "It is, without question, everything the Spurs could have wanted."
As easy as the Spurs make it look sometimes, never forget that it is not. Appreciate it Spurs fans, because there are costs to playing this physical sport.
The future of the Spurs has spoken, and the future is now. "They're the defending champions," Leonard said, "but just another team we have to get by."
Spurs vs. Heat: NBA Finals series preview
The San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat meet again in a rematch of last year's NBA Finals, and we look at what has changed and what has stayed the same as Spurs fans cheer for a different outcome this time.
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The more things change, the more they remain the same. However, is this just a continuation of last year’s seven game series?
Any surprise that Tim Duncan said, "We'll do it this time."? After all, Coach Gregg Popovich stated, "OK, we had a shot last year, we didn't do it, but we have to go back there."
We know who the Lone Star state is backing and who Florida supports. Take a look at this poll and see who the rest of the country is supporting.
We all know Charles Barley picked against the Spurs, but here’s further explanation. Feel free to go through the gallery.
Tim Duncan is a sure fire Hall of Famer with a legacy that is as solid as they come. Regardless of the results, Timmy’s legacy is secure, no matter the result of this year’s Finals.
Is the Heat’s defense still a question mark?
Pounding the Rock: ‘Nuff Said!