The San Antonio Spurs are the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference. Just last month, they were four games behind the Oklahoma City Thunder, with more than half of their roster injured.
Broken metarcarpals. Broken noses. Othyus Jeffers starting. Shannon Brown starting. These things happened.
And now, as of March 9, the Spurs have the best record in the conference. The Indiana Pacers' four-game slide means the Spurs also have the best record in the NBA with one-third of the season remaining.
It's amazing. But does having the No. 1 seed, you know, matter?no comments