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1998–99 San Antonio Spurs season

The 1998–99 NBA season was the San Antonio Spurs' 32nd season as a franchise, the team's 26th season in San Antonio, and the team's 23rd season in the National Basketball Association. During the off-season, the Spurs acquired second-year guard Antonio Daniels from the Vancouver Grizzlies, and signed free agents Mario Elie, three-point specialist Steve Kerr and Jerome Kersey. After a promising rookie season from second-year star Tim Duncan, Spurs fans had to wait three months for the season to begin due to a lockout by NBA owners. When the season, which was cut to 50 games finally started, the Spurs posted a 6–8 record in February. In March and April, they won 31 of their final 36 games on their way to a league-best 37–13 season record, roughly equivalent to 61–21 in a full season.Duncan averaged 21.7 points, 11.4 rebounds and 2.5 blocks per game, and was named to the All-NBA First Team, and to the NBA All-Defensive First Team, while David Robinson averaged 15.8 points, 10.0 rebounds and 2.4 blocks per game. In addition, Sean Elliott provided the team with 11.2 points per game, and Elie and Avery Johnson both contributed 9.7 points per game each, while Johnson led the team with 7.4 assists per game. Duncan also finished in third place in Most Valuable Player voting behind Karl Malone and Alonzo Mourning, and Robinson finished in fourth place in Defensive Player of the Year voting, while Duncan finished tied in fifth place.In the Western Conference First Round of the playoffs, the Spurs defeated the Minnesota Timberwolves three games to one. In the Western Conference Semi-finals, the Spurs' "Twin Towers" of Duncan and Robinson outplayed Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant as they swept the Los Angeles Lakers in four straight games. In the Western Conference Finals, the Spurs faced the Portland Trail Blazers. After taking Game 1 with an 80–76 win, the Spurs trailed by 17 points in Game 2.

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2002–03 San Antonio Spurs season

The 2002–03 NBA season was the 36th season of the franchise, 30th in San Antonio, and 27th in the National Basketball Association. This was also the Spurs' first season playing at the SBC Center (now AT&T Center). During the off-season, the team signed free agents Kevin Willis, second-year guard Speedy Claxton, and re-acquired former Spurs guard and three-point specialist Steve Kerr from the Portland Trail Blazers. Argentinian future star Manu Ginóbili, who was drafted by the team in 1999, would make his debut for his first NBA season. This would also be the fourteenth and final season for former All-Star center, and long-time Spurs star David Robinson. The Spurs played strong basketball, posting a nine-game winning streak at midseason, holding a 33–16 record at the All-Star break, then winning eleven straight games near the end of the season. The Spurs would win 60 games for only the second time in franchise history, finishing with a league-best 60–22 record.The season saw Tim Duncan earn his second consecutive NBA MVP Award, averaging 23.3 points, 12.9 rebounds and 2.9 blocks per game. He was named to the All-NBA First Team, the NBA All-Defensive First Team, and was selected for the 2003 NBA All-Star Game. In addition, second-year guard Tony Parker showed improvement, averaging 15.5 points and 5.3 assists per game, while Stephen Jackson provided the team with 11.8 points and 1.6 steals per game, and sixth man Malik Rose contributed 10.4 points and 6.4 rebounds per game off the bench. Robinson averaged 8.5 points, 7.9 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game, which were career lows, while Ginóbili contributed 7.6 points per game off the bench, and was named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team, and Bruce Bowen provided with 7.1 points per game, and was named to the NBA All-Defensive Second Team.

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2006–07 San Antonio Spurs season

The 2006–07 NBA season was the Spurs' 40th season as a franchise, the 34th in San Antonio, and the 31st season in the NBA The Spurs had the second best team defensive rating and the fifth best offensive rating in the NBA.In the playoffs, the Spurs defeated the Denver Nuggets in five games in the first round, then defeated the Phoenix Suns in six games in the Semifinals, and defeated the Utah Jazz in five games in the Conference Finals to advance to the NBA Finals for the fourth time in franchise history. There, the Spurs faced off against the Cleveland Cavaliers, led by a young LeBron James, who were making their first ever NBA Finals appearance. The Spurs swept the Cavaliers in four games, winning their fourth NBA championship, with Tony Parker named Finals MVP, making him the first European-born player to win the award.

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2013–14 San Antonio Spurs season

The 2013–14 San Antonio Spurs season was the 47th season of the franchise, their 41st in San Antonio and the 38th in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Spurs entered the season as runner-ups of the 2013 NBA Finals, where they lost to the Miami Heat in seven games, marking the first time the Spurs lost in the NBA Finals. They also entered the season with an NBA-record ten international players. Embarked by a 19-game winning streak from late February to early April, including an unbeaten month in March(16–0), The Spurs finished with the best record in the league at 62–20. Tied for the third highest win total in franchise history (67 by the 2015–16 Spurs, 63 by the 2005–06 Spurs, and 62 by the 1994–95 Spurs). In the playoffs, the Spurs defeated Dallas Mavericks in seven games in the First Round, the Portland Trail Blazers in five games in the Semifinals, and the Oklahoma City Thunder in six games to advance to the NBA Finals for the sixth time in franchise history. This marked the first time that the Spurs have made back-to-back Finals appearances, also against the Miami Heat, whom they lost against in the previous year's NBA Finals. The Spurs avenged their NBA Finals loss and became NBA Champions after defeating Miami in five games, winning their fifth NBA Championship. The Spurs outscored the Heat in the series by the largest per game average point differential (14.0) in Finals history. San Antonio's Kawhi Leonard was named the Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP).

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2016–17 San Antonio Spurs season

The 2016–17 San Antonio Spurs season was the franchise's 50th season, its 44th season in the San Antonio area, and its 41st in the National Basketball Association (NBA). This season was the team's first without longtime team cornerstone Tim Duncan since 1996–97; Duncan retired from the NBA on July 11, 2016 as a five–time champion and the first NBA player ever to win championships in three straight decades. With the elimination of the NHL (National Hockey League)'s Detroit Red Wings from the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs on March 28, 2017, the Spurs—with 20 consecutive NBA Playoffs appearances—held the longest active playoff streak in any of the major professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada. Despite Duncan no longer on the team, the Spurs finished the regular season with a 61–21 record, securing the second seed in the Western Conference playoffs for the second straight year. In the first round of the playoffs, the Spurs defeated the Memphis Grizzlies in six games. In the Western Conference Semifinals, they defeated the Houston Rockets in six games. In the Western Conference Finals, the Spurs were swept by the eventual NBA champion Golden State Warriors in four games. This was San Antonio's first time being swept in the playoffs since the 2010 Western Conference Semifinals, when they were defeated by the Steve Nash-led Phoenix Suns. The Spurs were also close to rematching the defending NBA champions Cleveland Cavaliers in the Finals for the first time since 2007. As of 2021, this is the only time in the post-Tim Duncan era that the Spurs advanced past the First Round of the Western Conference Playoffs as well as won 60 or more games.

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Big Three (San Antonio Spurs)

The Big Three was a trio of National Basketball Association players for the San Antonio Spurs from 2002 to 2016, which consisted of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginóbili. They would win four NBA championships (2003, 2005, 2007, 2014) during that time-span. Duncan and Ginóbili retired after the 2015–16 season and the 2017–18 season, respectively. Parker, after playing one season with the Charlotte Hornets, retired after the 2018–19 season. The Big Three is one of the most decorated and successful trios in NBA history, having won 575 regular season games and 126 postseason games together; they won fifty games in each season that the trio played together, and they won sixty games in a season five times. Each member of the trio has had their jersey retired by the Spurs and both Duncan and Ginóbili have been inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

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List of San Antonio Spurs seasons

The San Antonio Spurs are a professional basketball team based in San Antonio that competes in the National Basketball Association (NBA). In 1967, the franchise was founded in Dallas, Texas as the Dallas Chaparrals--one of the eleven charter franchises of the American Basketball Association (ABA). During the 1970–71 season, in an attempt to make the team a regional one, the franchise renamed itself the Texas Chaparrals; also, some home games were played in Fort Worth and Lubbock. However, low attendance figures prompted the team to return full-time to Dallas the following season. In 1973, the franchise relocated to San Antonio and was renamed the San Antonio Spurs. Three years later, the Spurs were one of four ABA franchises that joined the NBA as a result of the ABA–NBA merger. In 42 seasons since joining the NBA, the Spurs have achieved a winning record 36 times, have appeared in the NBA playoffs 38 times, and have won five NBA Championships. The team won its most recent NBA championship in 2014. The only NBA franchises that have won more championships than the Spurs are the Boston Celtics (17 championships), the Los Angeles Lakers (17), the Golden State Warriors (7), and the Chicago Bulls (6).As of the end of the 2020–21 season, the Spurs owned the NBA's all-time best win percentage; the team had won 62.2 percent of its games since joining the NBA, placing it ahead of the Minneapolis/Los Angeles Lakers (.593), the Boston Celtics (.590), the Seattle SuperSonics/Oklahoma City Thunder (.541), and the Utah Jazz (.539). The 2017–18 season is the first time the Spurs have won less than 50 games in a non-lockout season since the 1996–97 season.

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San Antonio Spurs

The San Antonio Spurs are an American professional basketball team based in San Antonio. The Spurs compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as a member of the league's Western Conference Southwest Division. The team plays its home games at the AT&T Center in San Antonio. The Spurs are one of four former American Basketball Association (ABA) teams to remain intact in the NBA after the 1976 ABA–NBA merger and are the only former ABA team to have won an NBA championship. The franchise has won NBA championships in 1999, 2003, 2005, 2007, and 2014. As of the 2019–20 season, the Spurs had the highest winning percentage among active NBA franchises. As of May 2017, the Spurs had the best winning percentage of any franchise in the major professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada over the previous three decades. From 1999–2000 to 2016–17, the Spurs won 50 games each season, setting a record of 18 consecutive 50-win seasons. In the 2018–19 season, the Spurs matched an NBA record for most consecutive playoff appearances with 22. The team's recent success has coincided with the tenure of current head coach Gregg Popovich and with the playing careers of Spurs icons David Robinson (1989–2003) and Tim Duncan (1997–2016).

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