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  • Five takeaways from the Spurs' 107-86 victory over Heat in Game 4

    Here are five takeaways from the San Antonio Spurs’ 107-86 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night at American Airlines Arena, which gave the Spurs a three-games-to-one lead in the series: 1. The last time a...
  • Spurs' Tim Duncan, talking smack? LeBron James and Heat are listening

    Spurs' Tim Duncan, talking smack? LeBron James and Heat are listening
    The words weren't nearly as surprising as the player who uttered them. LeBron James was bold enough to count his championships in bunches before slipping on his first ring. Then there's Tim Duncan, who has won four titles but is usually more...
  • NBA Finals' fade is no fluke: Miami Heat needs a mirror

    NBA Finals' fade is no fluke: Miami Heat needs a mirror
    The revelers who had lingered along Biscayne Boulevard hours after Game 3 of the NBA Finals were gone after another game and another defeat two days later, vanishing just like their beloved team. The party may be over in South Beach, and not just...
  • Spurs' Parker ready for NBA Finals opener

    Spurs' Parker ready for NBA Finals opener
    San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker will play in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday. Parker, who was injured in the fourth game of the Western Conference finals series against the Oklahoma City Thunder, missed part of the second half and all...
  • Why the San Antonio Spurs Can't Shed Media's 'Boring' Label

    The common complaint about the San Antonio Spurs is that they are not "sexy." And that's more of an indictment of the media, frankly, than this relatively small-market NBA franchise, which has an irritating habit of playing into the league's...
  • Spurs' Tony Parker says rest helped him be ready to play in NBA Finals

    SAN ANTONIO--The San Antonio Spurs prevailed in the second half of their biggest game without Tony Parker. They hope it's not something they'll have to do again after the veteran point guard confirmed Wednesday that he would play against the Miami...
  • Clippers' Chris Paul, Blake Griffin named to All-NBA teams

    When the NBA announced its All-NBA team on Wednesday, Clippers Chris Paul and Blake Griffin were named as members. Paul was selected to the first team and Griffin to the second team in voting by the media. It was the third consecutive year that Paul...
  • NBA Finals: How the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat match up

    NBA Finals: How the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat match up
    Once more, with healing? The San Antonio Spurs enter their Finals rematch with the Miami Heat seeking some therapeutic redemption after their entire roster was left in need of a mental rubdown following last year's series. Manu Ginobili couldn't...
  • Danny Green, San Antonio too hot for LeBron James, Heat in Game 1

    Danny Green, San Antonio too hot for LeBron James, Heat in Game 1
    Danny Green wasn't feeling it, no matter how sticky the Miami Heat and the heat made things. The San Antonio Spurs guard kept missing shots for 31/2 quarters amid sweltering conditions Thursday night inside the AT&T Center, an air-conditioning...
  • Five takeaways from the Spurs' win over Heat in Game 1 of NBA Finals

    Five takeaways from the Spurs' win over Heat in Game 1 of NBA Finals
    Here are five takeaways from the San Antonio Spurs’ 110-95 victory over the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals: 1. LeBron James’ body will be the story of the next 48 hours. The Heat star said he was already feeling better after a game...
  • Spurs' Tim Duncan, a win away from fifth title, isn't talking end game

    Spurs' Tim Duncan, a win away from fifth title, isn't talking end game
    After the San Antonio Spurs swept the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2007 Finals, Tim Duncan stopped to console LeBron James in a hallway inside Quicken Loans Arena. Duncan placed a hand on his vanquished counterpart's shoulder and delivered what began as a...