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The Spurs are the most under-appreciated dynasty in NBA history | May 20, 2014

For The Win

(Soobum Im /USA TODAY Sports) (Soobum Im /USA TODAY Sports)

Today’s big winner: The San Antonio Spurs

Often when the casual fan thinks of the San Antonio Spurs, the most milquetoast of adjectives spring to mind.

The Spurs are steady, consistent, balanced, fundamentally sound, Duncanesque. These aren’t bad things to be by any stretch of the imagination. However, they do get marginalized in a league which values explosiveness, high-power offense, and dominating performances.

Of course, the Spurs have all of those things as well.

It was evident in Monday’s 122-105 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder that the Spurs were steady, consistent, and more complete than any other team in the NBA. It was also evident San Antonio is playing the best basketball of the NBA playoffs. It isn’t even close.

It begins and ends with Tim Duncan in San Antonio – as it has for the past 17 years. Timothy Theodore Duncan dropped 27 points on…

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