Is it too early to pencil the Spurs into the 2016 NBA Finals?
Earlier this week, Tim Duncan announced that he will be returning to San Antonio for at least one more season. And now, free agent LaMarcus Aldridge—who met with a handful of teams this week—has announced that he will be joining him. The Texas native will be heading back home next season to play for Gregg Popovich & Co.:
The former Trail Blazers forward will reportedly sign a four-year, $80 million deal with the Spurs:
The Western Conference will, once again, be INSANE.
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