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The Spurs are perhaps the most under the radar No. 1 overall seed I can remember in a long time. I never even really heard about them at all throughout the season. They are second in the NBA in scoring and are in the top 10 in both rebounding and assists. Simply put, they play great all around basketball.
San Antonio also doesn't turn the ball over all that much, which makes it really difficult for opposing teams to outscore them. Assuming they play the Thunder next round, we're in for an awesome series, it'll be really fun to see if Durant and Westbrook can find a way to win four against San Antonio.
Had the Heat still had Bosh, they'd be ahead of the Spurs at this point. Since they don't, I can't see Miami beating the Spurs, especially since they'd have to play without home-court advantage. If Tony Parker, Ginobli and Duncan continue playing at a high level, then this team is the clear favorite to win the NBA Finals.
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