The Golden State Warriors may be the reigning champions, but the San Antonio Spurs are still the gold standard.
There’s a bigger picture here that’s still very much in play, a history of success and smarts that has netted them five titles since 1999 and currently has them with an 18-5 record that hardly anyone has noticed amid all the Warriors mania. But (Warriors GM Bob) Myers will never make the mistake of overlooking San Antonio. He’s too busy admiring them.
“They are a model franchise,” Myers told USA TODAY Sports on Thursday. “We are all trying to emulate them.”
Source: Sam Amick of USA TODAY Sports
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