NBA Power Rankings: 5 Teams Most Likely To Be Dynasties

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4. San Antonio Spurs

May 12, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker (9) looks on during the third quarter in game four of the second round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs against the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena. The Warriors defeated the Spurs 97-87 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

The Spurs never seem to go away. Tim Duncan always knows how to adjust his game to play at a high level, and  Tony Parker is in his prime. Also, Manu Ginobili is maddening, but sometimes the madness just works.

Yet, it’s not necessarily the “Big Three” that deserves the attention.

In the 2013 Finals, Kawhi Leonard averaged 14.6 points, 11.1 rebounds and two steals, while locking LeBron James down as well as anybody else in the league. Danny Green averaged 14.0 points, 4.1 rebounds, 1.0 steal, 1.6 blocks and nearly four three-pointers per game.

As the Duncan-era comes to a close, the Spurs have an incredibly bright future ahead of them. Parker is only 31 years old and has a few years before his body betrays him. With a Hall of Fame-bound point guard in Parker and talented young players like Leonard, Green and Tiago Splitter, the Spurs should not be counted out in the coming years.

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  • Daniel Logan

    Pacers should be here, they have a much better chance than the new Spurs at least

    • edgargn_1218

      I´m sorry but you must be plain stupid or you don´t know basketball. Pacers have not had the continued sucess that the Spurs seem to sustain. Now had you said the clippers, I´d agree with you there. Don´t get me wrong, Pacers are an excellent team but nowhere near close to the Spurs. Even when Timmy and Manu are gone Spurs will somehow pull a rabbit out of the hat and be right there in the thick of things. They have a genius front office, probably the best in the NBA.