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Imagine that the song is directed toward chasing the championship trophy instead of Foxes chasing her lover.
The San Antonio Spurs are the model franchise in the NBA, and they have won four titles in the Tim Duncan era. However, the team is led by veterans who want to have one last shot at winning the title, and this year might be their last opportunity.
They haven't won the title since 2007, and they have been relentlessly chasing the big prize for the past six years to no avail.
Perhaps this year will be the one where they finally break through once again and claim their fifth championship in the last 14 years.
However, they're just as likely to be knocked out of the playoffs once again and their dream of chasing for that fifth title (fourth in Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili's case) might never be accomplished during this era.
This postseason has been no different from last postseason. The core is the same and the rest of the role players are similar. After sweeping through the first two rounds last year, they unexpectedly ran into a more powerful and superior opponent in the Oklahoma City Thunder, where they lost four in a row and fell in six games.
There was a similar curve this year, where others thought they would be knocked out by the Golden State Warriors after the first two games clearly favored the Warriors.
But they're still here and only a championship will remedy their pain and failures in the past several seasons.