The San Antonio Spurs are the NBA's pillar of consistency and stability, an organization that the Brooklyn Nets could only hope to emulate — on the court and in the front office.
"San Antonio is the gold standard for the NBA," Nets interim Coach Tony Brown said.
The Golden State Warriors might have something to say about that, but the Spurs are hot. LaMarcus Aldridge had 25 points and 11 rebounds Monday night as the Spurs extended their winning streak to eight games with a 106-79 victory at Brooklyn in the Nets' first game since an organizational shake-up.
A day after coach Lionel Hollins was fired and general manager Billy King reassigned, the Nets...