Spurs Are Bound For The Championship This Year

The Real BallerContributor IAugust 8, 2009

DALLAS - APRIL 25:  Forward Tim Duncan #21 and Tony Parker #9 of the San Antonio Spurs during a 99-90 loss against the Dallas Mavericks in Game Four of the Western Conference Quarterfinals during the 2009 NBA Playoffs at American Airlines Center on April 25, 2009 in Dallas, Texas. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

The San Antonio Spurs are bound to be the NBA champions this following season, with the addition of Richard Jefferson and a healthy Manu Ginobili the Spurs will have a lot of firepower on offense and with Theo Ratliff and Antonio Mcdyess, key additions off the bench and maybe even starts, the Spurs will also have a nice front court to help on defense. With Tim Duncan not seeming to look like he is aging he can still get quality points with decreased minutes, Manu Ginobili and Roger Mason will just kill the opponents behind the 3-point line, Tony Parker is entering his prime and coming of a career year, and yeah I forgot that the Spurs still had Michael Finley who can still shoot.Also Add 2 quality draft picks from the second round,One of those picks was the beast Dejaun Blair who reminds me of Glen Big Baby Davis but scrambles for rebounds, Jack Mclinton out of Miami might get quality minutes because he is a shooter, and back-up point guard George Hill who is going into his sophomore year is going to do a solid job as a back-up point guard. I still forgot about a guy named Matt Bonner, yes the red head who has the unorthodox shooting motion but know how to drain the three pointer as a big man. With the Spurs already with 54 wins this past season they got way better this past summer and the whole NBA should be on the lookout because the Spurs are not only stacked but they've got veterans who study and know the game well enough to know what it takes to win a NBA championship.