HOUSTON (AP) -- The San Antonio Spurs are thrilled to be in the Western Conference finals for the first time since winning the title in 2014.
But they won't have much time to celebrate with a series against the well-rested Golden State Warriors starting on Sunday.
In fact, they were barely going to give themselves two hours to bask in their 114-75 win over the Houston Rockets in Game 6 before looking ahead.
"We're just going to enjoy this one right now until midnight, at least," Danny Green said. "I think this one prepared us for the next one. They're a fast-paced team that likes to shoot on the perimeter. We have to communicate even better and be more perfect because it doesn't get any easier."
While San Antonio fought through six games with the Rockets, the Warriors have been off since wrapping up a sweep of the Utah Jazz on Monday.