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The San Antonio Spurs won four NBA Finals games by 15 of more points.

The Miami Heat, a superstar-studded team, had no answer, no challenge.

What we learned?

Greg Popovich is one of the greatest coaches ever in professional sports.

The San Antonio Spurs, a true team, are one of the great franchises in sports.

Heart trumps age.

And Kawhi Leonard emerged from the shadows to help lead his team and become an MVP.

Tim Duncan is one of the greatest NBA players, particularly over time.

He was asked what was the difference this year and 15 years ago, when he was MVP.

"15 years I guess," he said.

Typical Spur answer.

It's what they do, not what they say.

And a great example for team play.

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pauleilers
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pauleilers 06/15/14 - 10:34 pm
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I'm glad San Antonio won.

They play the game the right way.

Congratulations to the Spurs for winning their fifth NBA championsip.

Elmer Fudd
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Elmer Fudd 06/16/14 - 10:58 am
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Right on

Great team basketball. Also have the best coach in the league.Can not believe the talking sport heads do not acknowledge just how good he is. Both he and the team do not get the credit they deserve.

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