In 2014, the Spurs have been raking in the accolades: the NBA championship title, Kawhi Leonard's Finals MVP, Gregg Popovich's 2014 Coach of the Year award, GM R.C. Buford's Executive of the Year award and the wide acclaim for hiring the first female coach in NBA history.
Add to that prestigious list the Coyote's Mascot of the Year award, voted on by the league's fellow 29 mascots. Already the innovator behind the t-shirt cannon, the Coyote may have won for the impromptu performance of losing his eyes after making contact with a Nuggets player.
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