San Antonio Spurs have won six games out of their last eight matches in the NBA, with all of those coming on the road.
The impressive run has seen them take the mantle of the best road team in the NBA, and commentator and journalist Skip Bayless now believes they are the team to watch out for.
His feelings are even more relevant considering in the last two nights the Spurs have beaten strong play-off contenders without key starters.
For their ten-point with at the LA Clippers Tuesday they were missing three starters including Tony Parker, and for their close win against the Portland Trail Blazers last night they were again missing three players that included Parker and Tim Duncan.
Winning on the road is one thing, but to do it without key players proves the depth of squad that San Antonio has.
The Spurs had previously struggled to win big games against the teams that are doing well this season, but now that seems not to be a problem, with Bayless urging teams to be wary of them when they get healthy.
"The team with the NBA's best road record won by 10 last night at Clippers without three starters. If that team ever gets healthy, look out," he posted on Twitter Wednesday.