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THE SEASON IN PICTURES 2006-07
David Sabino
June 27, 2007
THE SPURS FINISHED THE REGULAR SEASON WITH JUST THE NBA'S THIRD-BEST RECORD, BUT IT TURNS OUT THEY WERE JUST GETTING STARTED
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June 27, 2007

The Season In Pictures 2006-07

THE SPURS FINISHED THE REGULAR SEASON WITH JUST THE NBA'S THIRD-BEST RECORD, BUT IT TURNS OUT THEY WERE JUST GETTING STARTED

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SE�OR PERFECTO
Fabricio Oberto made all of his shots in 17 games—including a team-record 11-for-11 showing on Nov. 8—leading to a season field goal percentage of 56.2%.

RIGHT-HAND MAN
In his first season in San Antonio, free-agent center Francisco Elson finished second on the team to Tim Duncan in rebounds and blocks, meaning double trouble for big men like league MVP Dirk Nowitzki

DEPTH IN THE HEART OF TEXAS
One of the NBA's most valuable bench players for the second straight season, veteran swingman Michael Finley played all 82 games, scoring 10 or more points 37 times.

LORD OF THE RINGS
Roberts Horry's 15th pro campaign ended like the 14 before—with a trip to the postseason. Only John Stockton (19), Karl Malone (19) and Scottie Pippen (16) reached the playoffs in more consecutive seasons, and no active player has more rings than Horry's seven.

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