By Chris Mannix
June 15, 2014
The Spurs won their fifth title of the Duncan-Popovich era by beating the Heat in five games.
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A dynasty rolls on. This title was San Antonio's fifth in the Duncan-Popovich era. The Spurs have some key decisions to make (Diaw and Mills are free agents) but there is no reason to believe San Antonio won't be right back here next year, competing for championship number six.

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