The San Antonio Spurs have 16 games remaining in this 66-game season and have set themselves up well for the postseason.
The team currently has a record of 36-14, is leading the Southwest Division and trails only the Oklahoma City Thunder for the top record in the Western Conference.
As was expected by many, the Spurs have quietly picked up on their regular-season performance of last season despite enduring early-season injuries and adversity.
The Spurs have put together several long winning streaks this season and are in the midst of a streak of seven wins in a row.
Tony Parker is quietly enjoying one of the best seasons of his career, Tim Duncan has proven that he is not yet finished and head coach Gregg Popovich was named the NBA coach of the month for March.
Even with the success they have experienced so far this season, the Spurs do have some tough games remaining on their schedule.
While they are pretty well set up to finish in the second position of the Western Conference playoffs, they must be careful with a few key opponents before the playoffs begin.