DENVER (AP) -- The San Antonio Spurs may be the hottest team that nobody's talking about.
Between the Miami Heat winning eight in a row and Jeremy Lin guiding the resurgent New York Knicks, the Spurs have slipped under the radar.
And that's just fine with them. They'll just silently go about their business of winning, where it seems like a new player steps up each night.
DeJuan Blair was in the starring role Thursday as he tied a career high with 28 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, helping the Spurs beat the injury-riddled Denver Nuggets 114-99 to wrap up a nine-game road swing.
The Spurs have won 12 of their last 13 heading into the All-Star break and lead the Southwest Division by three games over the defending champion Dallas Mavericks.
So, where's the national love for the Spurs?
"It's been the same way for 15 years," coach Gregg Popovich said. "I don't even think about it."
Nor does anyone else on his team.
"We let the hyped people get the hype," Blair said.
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