Remember that scene in "The Wolf of Wall Street" where Brad, Jordan Belfort's drug dealer, is lifting weights in his front yard and he tells the neighborhood kids to, "Let em' watch." Well I got a feeling the Spurs are going to be telling the Warriors "Let em' watch" after they get revenge on Saturday night.
I can picture it now: Manu walks into a room full of reporters at the end of the season; all of which are expecting him to announce his retirement. Instead, he grabs the microphone, looks directly into the camera and says, "Yo soy Iron Man."
On paper, inking Lamarcus Aldridge this summer automatically put the Spurs as the favorites to win the title in the eyes of many. Yet throughout all the hype and expectations, there has always been that tiny ounce of doubt in the back of every Spurs fan's head. That little voice saying, "well...what if it doesn't work?" In the month of March, Aldridge has kicked that voice out of everyones head like a protestor at a Trump rally.
Talk about throwback Thursday! This clip of "Pistol Pete" and "The Iceman" playing a game of horse is everything you would want it to be and more. By the looks of this video, Timmy was not the first Spur to have a consistent bank shot in his arsenal.