Matthew Tynan does a great job of explaining how Spurs fans felt on Thursday night, and looking forward to tonight's game, which "isn't about two teams battling for a final playoff spot, or two players going after a scoring title; this is about historical greatness at the highest level."
As the NBA has progressively began its transformation to play smaller, the Spurs have went against the grain and incorporated bigger players onto the team. San Antonio signing Aldridge and West over the summer, is testament enough to how much the Spurs care about trends around the league.
The Warriors have not won during the regular season in San Antonio since Tim Duncan was a senior at Wake Forest. Let's hope that streak stays put after todays game.
In the famous words of Rasheed Wallace, "Ball don't lie." In this case, the numbers don't lie either. Although this article was written before the Spurs lost back-to-back games for the first time all season, it paints a great picture of how the Spurs have been so dominant.