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As the San Antonio Spurs face the possible end of an era, they attempt to repeat as NBA champions after a turbulent offseason topped by LeBron James returning to Cleveland.Racism issues forced two team ownership changes, injuries hit stars Kevin Durant and Paul George and the league signed a nine-year television deal worth $24 billion that begins in 2016 in the four months since the Spurs won their fifth crown by beating Miami in the NBA Finals.The three-time NBA Finals Most Valuable Player and two-time NBA MVP could be in his final season, as might Argentine star guard Manu Ginobili, who missed this year's World Cup with a leg stress fracture.The Spurs dethroned "King" James and the two-time reigning champion Miami Heat last June, only weeks before the four-time NBA MVP left Miami for the Cavaliers, the home-region team he had spurned in 2010 to join the Heat.The Clippers boast star point guard Chris Paul and playmaker Blake Griffin and a top coach in Doc Rivers.
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