The Spurs franchise has seen some pretty terrific seasons. Since Tim Duncan's arrival in 1997, few professional sport teams can be credited with the amount of success that San Antonio has had in these past few decades.
This is a team, that in the last 15 years, has appeared in every single postseason and has won at least 50 games per season (with the exception of a lockout shortened season in 1998-99, which only featured 50 games total.) Not to mention the four titles that they managed to bring home along the way.
But even such a historically successful team has one season that means more than any other, and for San Antonio, this may be it.
If they can find their way to the Finals, and win it all, this title alone would mean more than any of the predecessors. Here are a few reasons why.