San Antonio Spurs Silently Dominating and Friday NBA Takeaways

December 19th, 2015 by Adam Fromal Leave a reply »

An NBA team that's been flat-out dominant during the first quarter of the 2015-16 campaign was in action Friday night, earning yet another victory to remain on the same historic pace it's occupied for much of the year. 

And the Golden State Warriors also played. 

Though the San Antonio Spurs have lived in the enormous shadow of the defending champions all season—and rightfully so at times, given the astounding success Stephen Curry and Co. have enjoyed—they haven't exactly lagged too far behind the Dubs. The Los Angeles Clippers are only the latest victims, the unlucky recipients of a 115-107 decision that pushed San Antonio to a gaudy 23-5. 

If it seems like the Spurs have been good forever, that's only because they have. But this year, they've taken their overwhelming superiority to the proverbial next level, shutting down opponents while putting up triple-digit performances en route to W after W.

Even before this signature victory over a Clippers team that had been rolling in recent weeks, the Spurs were the only team in the league that ranked in the top three in both offensive and ...

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