What We've Learned About San Antonio Spurs During NBA Finals

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What We've Learned About San Antonio Spurs During NBA Finals
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Tim Duncan and Tony Parker are doing everything they can to win another NBA title.

The San Antonio Spurs have been a model of consistency during the 17-year tenure of head coach Gregg Popovich, but the NBA Finals is currently a different story.

After a nail-biting four-point win in Game 1, it appeared like the series with the Miami Heat would be six or seven grueling matchups.

Then, Miami demolished the Spurs in Game 2, and this series would surely end in San Antonio with a Heat thrashing.

Routinely, Popovich's squad in Game 3, led by Gary Neal and Danny Green, decided the NBA Finals definitely would not leave San Antonio, but for a different reason—domination by the Spurs.

So, naturally, Dwyane Wade and LeBron James thought it would be a good idea to be fantastic on Thursday night. A combined 29-for-50 shooting mark later, the Heat tied up the series at 2-2.

What have we ultimately learned about the Spurs? Oh, how to count the lessons.

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