San Antonio Spurs is one of the best team in N.B.A.

Philippines
July 31, 2007 12:21am CST
San Antonio is a team to beat in the N.B.A. Because they have a good teamwork. Tim Duncan and Tony Parker are the franchise player of the Spurs. The Spurs have a lot of international quality player, which they have discovered from the Fiba competions. They also had a great coach, Greg Popovich. They are a dynasty team in the N.B.A.
4 responses
• China
5 Sep 07
As an honor of being a fan of spurs, I adore and appreciate this team, which has brought us so many brilliant memories. But spurs may have not reached a level as a dynasty, because they've never defended their championshipin successfully yet, despite they won the final games four times in last nine years. Season07-08 will be the best chance to build the spurs dynasty, only if we have a healthy "Big Three" and our unfathomable benches, just wait for the wonderful time! plus, there's another keyplayer in spurs, our Argentinean forfex--Manu Ginobili.
• Philippines
12 Sep 07
yeah best team, even david robinson is not present anymore
@JBrulez (663)
• Philippines
8 Aug 07
I don't think so. They may have the championship experience but this coming season is a lot different from last year. Teams such as Houston Rockets, Chicago Bulls, and Boston Celtics have made acquisitions to ensure that they will contend with the talen of the Spurs. I think it will be adifferent story this season and I dont believe that the Spurs will repeat two rings in a row. I do admire their game. It is very admiring to see them play because every possession id designed and all players have their own role.
@larskie23 (867)
• Philippines
6 Aug 07
of course. they are the champion this season. we can even say that San Antonio Spurs is the BEST team in NBA.
31 Jul 07
I've been an avid fan of the spurs ever since. I love to watch Tim Duncan make his plays in the powerforward position. He's very talented but also unselfish. I also like the quickness of Tony Parker as he drives inside the paint. And the defensive prowess of Bowen, and as well as the thrilling and uncanny moves of ginobili coming off the bench. But i also wonder how long can the spurs maintain this level of competition since many new and talented young players are showing up? In fact, the spurs are one of the "older" teams in the NBA today.