San Antonio Spurs: Biggest Spurs Villain of All Time – Quarterfinals

MIAMI, FL - JUNE 10: Ray Allen #34 of the Miami Heat makes a pass as Manu Ginobili #20 of the San Antonio Spurs defends during Game Three of the 2014 NBA Finals at American Airlines Arena. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FL - JUNE 10: Ray Allen #34 of the Miami Heat makes a pass as Manu Ginobili #20 of the San Antonio Spurs defends during Game Three of the 2014 NBA Finals at American Airlines Arena. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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San Antonio Spurs Biggest Villains: Silver Conference – 1st Round Results

1. Kawhi Leonard (70%) defeats Stephen Jackson (30%)

There’s definitely still a segment of Spurs fans that still root for Kawhi Leonard, but that wasn’t evident in his first-round match with Stephen Jackson. The Leonard situation is still too fresh for many, and he dominated with a 70 percent win.

4. Ray Allen (51%) defeats Derek Fisher (49%)

It’s fitting that a matchup between two last-second foes came down to the last second. In the end, the more recent heartbreaker narrowly took the round, as Ray Allen slipped by Derek Fisher to advance.

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3. Kevin Garnett (76%) defeats Charles Barkley (24%)

Charles Barkley may say some dumb things, but they’re almost always in jest. Kevin Garnett, on the other hand, had an intensity that caused Tim Duncan to reportedly hate him. You guys tended to agree, handing him a comfortable win over Barkley.

2. Karl Malone (51%) defeats Jason Terry (49%)

This one surprised me more than any other first-round result. I personally feel like there are dozens of reasons to dislike Karl Malone, whereas Jason Terry just has one or two. Nevertheless, the right guy eventually won but will have a more challenging opponent in the round of eight.

For the next round, we turn the vote back to you guys on Twitter to see who can advance to the semifinals.

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