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Spurs, Warriors top NBA franchise rankings

We ranked every front office in the NBA, and it's no surprise that the Spurs and Warriors are the leaders. Check back throughout the week as we break down the rankings into three categories: coaches, GMs and owners.

NBA commissioner hoping for female head coach (0:27)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Got some good grub at Mikeska's BBQ in Columbus, Texas with some furry friends.

ESPN Stats and Information  

The NBA's top-five teams have mostly beaten each other up this season. But after Monday's rout of the Cavs, the Spurs are 9-1 against Cleveland, Houston, Golden State and Boston, with the only loss coming by two points (Nov. 9 vs. Rockets).

Are Spurs being overlooked? (2:05)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

If you're on a Texas road trip, you've gotta make a pit stop at a Buc-ee's, a big, ol' gas station and much more.

MacMahon witnesses LeBron in San Antonio (2:23)
Popovich plays down Cavs rout (0:54)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Halfway through the Texas 4-Step, headed from San Antonio back to Houston, so figured we might as well stop to check out the giant stag made of scrap metal in Converse, Texas. They call the big guy, who stand tall in a subdivision, "King of the Parc."

Cavs drop to season low in latest power rankings (1:27)
Spurs dominate the Cavs & a massive McDonald's All-American dunk (0:53)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

LeBron James says he will be ready to play in the Cavs' next game after taking an elbow to the spine.


Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Kawhi Leonard on the Spurs sweeping the defending champs.

LeBron leaves early in Spurs' rout of Cavs (1:30)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Tony Parker on San Antonio's win over Cleveland.


Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Manu Ginobili on San Antonio's defensive effort against the Cavs.


Cavs fall out of first place with loss to Spurs

Kawhi Leonard scored 25 points and the San Antonio Spurs dismantled the ailing Cleveland Cavaliers 103-74 in a showdown that turned into a major letdown for the defending NBA champions.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Ty Lue says it's "crossed my mind" to sit Cavs Stars down the stretch to make sure they're fresh for the playoffs. "I don't know, I might get in trouble."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Ty Lue: "We've got nine games to figure it out, and I'm confident we will."

Team Stats

Points Per Game106.212th
Rebounds Per Game43.913th
Assists Per Game24.1Tied-6th
Points Allowed98.12nd

Team History