Dallas Mavericks' Dirk Nowitzki playfully looks at the NBA championship basketball trophy during a photo shoot at NBA basketball media day in Dallas. LM Otero/AP
Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant has a photo taken by an NBA photographer during the Lakers' media day in El Segundo, Calif. Alex Gallardo/AP
Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett raises his hands as he is taped for a commercial during NBA basketball media day in Waltham, Mass. Winslow Townson/AP
Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry laughs as he interviews Charles Jenkins at a social media hub at the team's training facility in Oakland, Calif. Jeff Chiu/AP
NBA photographer Jennifer Pottheiser shows Miami Heat's Dexter Pittman a preview of pictures in Miami. David Santiago/El Nuevo Herald/AP
Toronto Raptors' DeMar DeRozan poses for photos during the team's media day in Toronto. Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press/AP
San Antonio Spurs' Matt Bonner reacts during a video session in San Antonio. Darren Abate/AP
Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard Kobe Bryant is surrounded by members of the media following NBA's opening day of training camp at their facilities in El Segundo, Calif. Mike Blake/Reuters
Miami Heat's Eddy Curry poses at the team's training camp in Miami. Joe Skipper/Reuters
From left, Los Angeles Clippers newly-re-signed center DeAndre Jordan, forward Blake Griffin and center Chris Kaman laugh before posing for a group photo at their media day in Los Angeles. Reed Saxon/AP
Cleveland Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving (l.) and Tristan Thompson joke around at the team's training camp in Independence, Ohio. Tony Dejak/AP
Golden State Warriors' Monta Ellis wears a hat and glasses as he poses for photographs in Oakland, Calif. Jeff Chiu/AP
The San Antonio Spurs put on a clinic in front of their hometown fans in soundly defeating the Miami Heat Sunday night at the AT&T Center to win their fifth NBA championship.
ByChristopher Hartman, Contributor
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The San Antonio Spurs once again displayed superior team play to show just how overpowering an offense you can mount against a "Big Three"-centered opponent, en route to another rout of the Miami Heat, 104-87, Sunday night at San Antonio's AT&T Center. The win earned the Spurs the 2014 NBA Finals title, four games to one - their fifth since 1999.