By: Lucas Kochevar
The San Antonio Spurs are the most consistent sports team right now. They are one of the best dynasty in all of sports. The Spurs are steadily on track for another stellar season as they are third in the West without their superstar, Kawhi Leonard. The Spurs are the being lead by LaMarcus Aldridge as he has had an all star season. The Spurs younger players are also growing into a great unit. This is their starting lineup.
PG: Dejounte Murray
SG: Patty Mills
SF: Kyle Anderson, Kawhi Leonard
PF: Davis Bertans
C: LaMarcus Aldridge
6th Man: Danny Green
The Spurs PG are both very steady and great. Murray has been spectacular defensively and he is finding a place offensively. He replaced Parker, due to age, and he is becoming a legitimate threat at PG. They are running Patty Mills at SG, which is interesting because he is really undersized at SG. San Antonio has been running Danny Green off the bench to provide some great shooting as he is the prime example of a 3 and D player. Manu Ginobili has been 6th man for years too and he still does great at age 40.
The SF spot is Kyle Anderson and Rudy Gay. The normal starter is Leonard when healthy, but he has chosen to stay out so that he could rehab. This has been an interesting development as he has been cleared for a couple of weeks. There has been rumblings that Leonard has been distant because he does not trust the Spurs anymore, but it has been refuted by everyone within the organization.
The PF/C spot is really interchangeable with the Spurs system. The starting big men are Aldridge and Bertans. Aldridge is a proven stud, who is very effective in the post. Bertans is a solid player that does his job very well, along with Joffrey Lauvergne. The Spurs also have Pau Gasol, but he has been active and inactive since they are most likely saving his talents for the playoffs.