San Antonio Spurs still look like West's team to beat


Young: I played with the Spurs on a PlayStation game before his rookie season and thought he was awesome. I don't think I really watched him until the 1999 Memorial Day Miracle. But, I will have his performance in Game 6 of the 2003 Finals burned into

VIDEO: Pelicans beat Spurs, drop San Antonio to No. 6 seed If the great philosopher Yogi Berra were on hand, he might have trotted out one of his classic lines: “It's deja vu all over again.

The Rockets destroyed the Jazz and got some help from the Pelicans, who beat the Spurs to give Houston the No. 2 seed in the West.

The San Antonio Spurs enter the playoffs as the No. 6 seed, a veteran team that lagged through the season's opening months and finished with 12 fewer wins than the mighty Warriors. They also have to face the Los Angeles Clippers and fearsome trio Chris 

Clippers-Spurs: Seems more like a Western Conference final than a first-round series. Wizards-Raptors: Toronto has won one playoff series in franchise history, 2001. Washington has won just two playoff series since 1982. One of these markets is going