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Battier single-handedly brought the Spurs back into this game.
Black Shoes. Basic Blues. No Name. All Game.
I think you got battier mixed up with Duncan
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A couple of takeaways from Game One of the NBA Finals. Nobody on the Heat can check Tony Parker. The Spurs have a nice fast paced offense that is nothing like their previous finals teams. Tim Duncan still moves amazingly well considering his age. D-Wade's Skills have diminished tremendously over the last couple of years. Lebron should be in a Isolation on every possession of a close game in the forth quarter.
There are only four answers to any question: Yes, No, I don't know, or the Correct Answer.
Welp. Looks like the Spurs take round 1. This is gonna be one good series.
"Give him six" "We don't give a damn about the whole state of Alabama" "Grit N Grind"
Parker with just some huge juevos at the end to get the shot off and stick it.
Seeing players like Duncan play make me wish every superstar took that approach. If Shaq took care of himself as well as Duncan has Shaq would go down as unquestionably the best center ever. Duncan took elite tools and worked very hard. I'd argue his five championships and the longevity he has played at are hard to top by any player.
Couldn't have said it better myself.
Every year I find myself saying is the run finally over for the spurs? Have some of these guys just gotten to old? Then they turn out and continue to play at a high level. They take down the heat in the series, IMO.
Thought he was tremendous. Really not sure who can pick him up for the Heat. He dribbled circles around whoever was on him most of the night. Fantastic game from TP to be honest.
Shaq did not seem to care about his weight as he got older and it clearly broke his knees and legs down. Totally agree with your assessment. Caring for your body has to be number one when you are 37 years old and a professional sports participant.
Game 2 bump.
How will the Heat respond?
Heat by 12.
I give that about a 6.03% chance of happening
Hahaha +1 for my love of that movie
Heat in trouble after 1st quarter. Spurs FG percentage is TERRIBLE and they are still tied with the Heat. Once the Spurs start warming up this could get ugly
Was thinking the same thing. This is crazy.
Damn how long do we have to wait for Uncle Drew to pick someone else up on his team.
Gary Neal, what
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Wtf ginobli? He really looks drunk. Can not dribble right now. It looks bad.
I think he is drunk, he looks awful
Can the refs call this game any more one sided? I mean the spurs have been to the line twice probably
This is some serious horse crap. There is no way you play as physical as Miami does on D and never get a foul called in you, but the spurs get called all the time. Lord this is one sided
Fouls- Heat 12 Spurs 11
You are wrong.
FTA- Heat 12 Spurs 11
You are wrong.
see stats I just posted to see how wrong you are.
Lol, I don't buy those statistics Van Gundy
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