Looking back at Spurs’ 2007 NBA Finals sweep of Cavs
Louis Ojeda Jr.
FOX Sports Southwest
It's been a decade since ...
The Spurs won their fourth NBA Championship in 2007 when they swept a young LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Let's look back on what's now been a deacde since the last NBA Finals sweep. By Louis Ojeda Jr. / FOX Sports Southwest
Young LeBron's first NBA Finals loss
LeBron has taken his team to the NBA Finals eight times so far in his career. In 2007, the 22-year-old got to the championship round for the first time. Nobody gave the Cavs a chance against the veteran Spurs.
Robert Horry gets his 7th ring
The man known as "Big Shot Bob" won his SEVENTH NBA Championship. He won two with the Rockets, three with the Lakers, and two with the Spurs.
Tony Parker earns NBA Finals MVP
Parker dominated with an average 24.5 points per game in the sweep. It was the first Spurs championship that Tim Duncan wasn't the Finals MVP. Parker became the first European-born player to win the award.
Tim Duncan's message to LeBron
After the series was over, Tim Duncan was caugh on camera telling a young LeBron James "this is going to be your league in a little while."