5 Signs That the NBA Has Finally Passed by the San Antonio Spurs

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5 Signs That the NBA Has Finally Passed by the San Antonio Spurs
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Year-after-year the Spurs are proclaimed as "done." Is this the season that really happens?

Here it goes again.

Some media guy says the Spurs are too old and they can no longer get it done. And you know what? They're right! San Antonio bows down and has a disastrous season.

Then he wakes up.

Even in the lockout-shortened 2012 season, the Spurs put together their 13th straight 50-win season.

I'd hate to see it, but what if this is the year that it actually happens?

Tim Duncan only has two or three years left to play, Manu Ginobili's bald spot isn't getting any smaller and Tony Parker is now considered to be another veteran who is past his prime.

Here are five signs that the NBA has caught up to the Spurs.

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