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San Antonio outscores Miami by 70 in the Finals
The San Antonio Spurs Dynasty is a fact of life in the NBA and the rest of the league may as well get used to it. Not only did the Spurs disassemble the Heat in five games, they set a number of NBA records in doing it.
- 70 points – Biggest point differential in NBA Finals History
- Tim Duncan’s 158 Playoff Double doubles the best in NBA Playoff History
- Duncan, Parker, Ginobili – The most successful trio in NBA history
- 4 championship titles by Duncan, Parker, Ginobili matches Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Michael Cooper and Kurt Rambis’ four in the 1980s
- At age 22, Kwahi Leonard is the youngest Finals MVP since Tim Duncan (who was also 22) won his in 1999
There are still other records to list but one thing that cannot be shown in the record books was the sense of team on this squad. They played as one unit and avenged their game seven loss in the 2013 NBA Finals to this same Heat team.
Duncan tops two NBA Playoff Records
The term built not bought began when a billboard was put up at the beginning of the NBA Finals series against the Miami Heat proclaiming “Built Vs Bought.” It is becoming ever more clear that that would be a correct statement as the Spurs took the Miami Heat to task in Game Four of the NBA Finals, thrashing the two-time defending Champions 107-86.
The only positive comments on the Spurs record breaking performances over the past two games have come from the Heat. The Spurs have yet to say anything other than, they can get better.
“I’m pleased that they performed as well as they did while we’ve been in Miami and that’s about as far as it goes. Now, we’ve got to go home and play as well or better,” Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich said after the game.
“They played great and I can honestly say I don’t think any of us were expecting this type of performance. They (the Spurs) were great. You have to give them credit for that,” Heat Head Coach Eric Spoelstra said after the game