The 2003 Western Conference semifinals between the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers was a pivotal series for that season but also for the future of the NBA. The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Shea Serrano to discuss Tim Duncan’s dominance and how the Spurs ended the Lakers’ Shaq-and-Kobe era.
‘Bill Simmons’s Book of Basketball 2.0’: How the Spurs Ended the Kobe-Shaq Lakers Dynasty
Bill Simmons is joined by Shea Serrano to discuss Tim Duncan’s dominance and how the Spurs ended the Lakers’ Shaq-and-Kobe era
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