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5 Keys to Watch as Spurs Make Playoff Push in Season's 2nd Half
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Will this be the year that the San Antonio Spurs take the step from regular-season champions to NBA champions?  

The Spurs dynasty, led by Gregg Popovich, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker and Tim Duncan, has been in a championship drought since 2007, despite entering the postseason as the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference for the past two years.

Right now, the Spurs look comfortable in the No. 3 seed with a 32-10 record, and with several key players nearing retirement age, the team seems poised to make the best out of another chance to compete for the fifth NBA championship in franchise history. 

With a rejuvenated Duncan, Parker putting up some of the most impressive numbers of his career and a younger and more dynamic supporting cast, it looks like the Spurs might have figured things out.

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