Despite Tim Duncan’s prediction, the NBA is still up for grabs.

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Eight and a half years (3,136 days) ago, Tim Duncan channeled his inner Mufasa (or, if you prefer, King of Swamp Castle) and uttered these now iconic words to LeBron: “This will be your league in a little while.” At the time a mega-talented, hyper-athlete with the world at his feet and just starting to hint at the finished product; the LeBron of …

Bosh provides insight on Aldridge’s transition.

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Few, if any, players in the NBA are more qualified to discuss LaMarcus Alridge’s move to the Spurs than Chris Bosh, who gave up sole possession of the spotlight in Toronto to team up with LeBron James and Dwyane Wade in Miami. Of course, their situations aren’t completely identical. Bosh was clearly going to be third in that pecking order, while Aldridge, …

The 2015 NBA Finals Not The Same Without The Spurs.

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The 2015 NBA Finals are set to start Thursday June 4th at 8:00 PM CST and the world will be watching as the Golden State Warriors take on the Cleveland Cavaliers. This years NBA Finals will not be the same without the San Antonio Spurs and the beautiful game they showed the world last season. The story lines this year …

Lebron James admits the Spurs played a part in his departure from the Heat.

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Lebron James has finally admitted that the loss the Heat suffered in the NBA finals to the San Antonio Spurs was one of the reasons he decided to leave the Miami Heat. King James went on to say had the Heat defeated the Spurs in the Finals and won a third consecutive title he would have likely stayed in Miami to …

Spurs deny King James again in a 2 point win against the Cavaliers.

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The San Antonio Spurs denied King James again in a 92-90 win against the Cleveland Cavaliers as the game ends on a costly turnover by LeBron. The highlight of the night was watching Lebron James dribble the ball behind his back only to have Tim Duncan swat the ball away and it ending up in the hands of Manu Ginobili who …