Through eight games in the NBA Playoffs, just about everyone has one question on their minds -- how is anybody going to beat the San Antonio Spurs?
That was not the question many thought they would be asking. It is now likely the question that will keep Scott Brooks up at night until Sunday's opener in the Western Conference Finals. San Antonio is a perfect 8-0 through the first two rounds and looks every bit as good as that record indicates.
The Big Three? They are still there, providing some much needed experience and composure to a team that is actually the youngest since Tim Duncan and Gregg Popovich started winning titles a decade ago. This is a group that works well together and is absolutely rolling.
You have Tony Parker getting into the paint with relative ease and dropping floaters over the outstretched hands of helpless defenders. You have Manu Ginobili slipping and slithering his way through defenses the way he always does. And then you have Tim Duncan, looking lik...