These two teams are dominating the NBA right now because they're unfairly stacked talent wise. Most teams in the league simply can’t compete with these “super” teams. These teams have also had the luxury of being healthy for the entire playoffs, something that their opponents can't say. The Warriors haven’t played a team at full strength the entire playoffs and this is particularly fortunate in the current San Antonio series.
2) Kawhi Leonard:
The NBA playoffs entertainment wise depends on the availability of San Antonio’s star. He is the key to making the Western Conference Finals an watchable affair, something that has been difficult for even the loyalest of NBA fans. Game One of that series was entertaining but Game Two was a yawn-fest to say the least. The drama behind Warrior’s big man Zaza Pachulia has been more newsworthy than anything that has happened on the court.
Should we really be surprised by the NBA playoffs suffering? The league is watered down these days because talent is not evenly proportioned at all. Look at the Warriors they have potentially three-four Hall of Famers playing on the same team. Durant could be leading an OKC team but he took the easy way out and joined a 73-win squad. That decision changed this year’s league and made it a yawn fest. Now we can just pray that the Spurs and Kawhi Leonard can make it interesting.