Eastern Conference 1. Cleveland Cavaliers 2. Washington Wizards 3. Boston Celtics 4. Toronto Raptors 5. Detroit Pistons 6. Milwaukee Bucks 7. Miami Heat 8. Charlotte Hornets First Round Charlotte Hornets vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (Cavs win series 4-1) The road to a fourth consecutive Eastern Conference Championship continues for the Cavaliers. Miami Heat vs. Washington Wizards [...]
X-San Antonio Spurs 61-21 (2) There is consistency and then there is what the San Antonio Spurs have been able to accomplish. Since the Spurs joined the NBA in 1976, only four seasons have gone by where they have not reached the playoffs, and in each of the last 20 campaigns they've been postseason bound. [...]
The Golden State Warriors are heading back to the NBA Finals, while the San Antonio Spurs are attempting to pick up the pieces.
Buckle up for what should be a very interesting Western Conference Finals.
Buckle up for what should be a dandy between the San Antonio Spurs and Houston Rockets.
At 31-6, the Golden State Warriors have the best record in the NBA. But the Warriors cannot take their foot off of the throttle as the NBA's most consistent team is right in their rear-view mirror. Through 37 games the San Antonio Spurs are 30-7 and they are on pace for their 20th consecutive winning [...]
Eastern Conference 1. Cleveland Cavaliers 2. Indiana Pacers 3. Toronto Raptors 4. Boston Celtics 5. Detroit Pistons 6. Atlanta Hawks 7. Chicago Bulls 8. Washington Wizards Eastern Conference Quarterfinals (8) Washington Wizards vs. (1) Cleveland Cavaliers (Cavaliers win series 4-0) The Washington Wizards won't be able to derail the express that is the defending [...]
X-San Antonio Spurs 63-19 (2) Last season saw the San Antonio Spurs win 67 games, but they were a team that most people were not talking about since the Golden State Warriors set an NBA single-season record for victories with 73. The Spurs were poised for another title run until they ran into the Oklahoma [...]
Tim Duncan has nothing to be ashamed of as he walks away from the NBA.
Both the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder are worthy of winning the NBA Championship, but only one team will make it to the Western Conference Finals.