You could just look at the box score. You could watch highlights of Kawhi Leonard wreaking two-way havoc or LaMarcus Aldridge scoring however he wants. You could go back to study tape of how the San Antonio Spurs made hay with simple high ball screens from the opening tip, or how the Oklahoma City Thunder just couldn’t crease the paint all game long.
But what might be an even better way to comprehend the Spurs’ outright dominance of the Thunder in Game 1? The garbage-time play of Serbian giant Boban Marjanovic.
Oklahoma City, like Enes Kanter and Nick Collison didn’t against the 7’3 behemoth when the game was out of hand, just had no real chance against San Antonio on Saturday night.