It was 1985 and the Los Angeles Lakers had never, ever beaten the Boston Celtics in the NBA’s world championship series. And by the way, that was the final time the NBA would brand its title series that way – calling it the “NBA Finals” the following season.
San Antonio continues to make opposition defenders look ineffective or downright bad.
Leg cramps are the WORST... but it hurts even more when that sports drink you endorse suffers an epic fail.
The San Antonio Spurs could accomplish something special with an NBA Finals win.
NBA lineups today often don't follow the traditional formula of two guards, two forwards and a center. Why should the All-NBA teams follow that format?