1. Grantland: Death, Taxes, and Spurs' Real Talent

    “We've got four more to win,” said Tim Duncan to TNT and NBA .com's David Aldridge. “We'll do it this time...

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  2. Grantland: The Foreign Legion in San Antonio

    It took a throwback performance from Tim Duncan in overtime to thwart the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday night, locking up the Western Conference for the Spurs ...

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  3. 2014 NBA Finals Series Odds and Heat vs. Spurs Betting Matchup

    The long-awaited rematch between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs in this year’s NBA Finals became a reality this past Saturday night when the Spurs stunned Oklahoma City 112-107 in overtime as 3...

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  4. History Says Parker's Ankle Injury Might Not Be Big Deal

    The Spurs managed to cover up Tony Parker's left ankle injury for four days after he experienced soreness during a Game 4 loss in the Western Conference finals in Oklahoma City...

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  5. 5th NBA Finals Win Would Cement Tim Duncan's Status as Generation's Best Star

    Should the San Antonio Spurs emerge from the 2014 NBA Finals victorious, Tim Duncan will become an icon of a different sort. He's already established himself as one of the all-time greats...

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  6. Redemption on Spurs' Mind Heading into Finals

    SAN ANTONIO — The ball caromed off the rim and found Chris Bosh , and by that point, Ray Allen was already back-pedaling...

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  7. Injured Parker Showed 'A Lot of Guts'

    OKLAHOMA CITY — For four days, they kept it quiet. Gregg Popovich certainly wasn't going to say anything, not even to some of his own players. And as long as Tony Parker didn't limp too badly, no one was going to know...

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  8. Duncan Sharp When Needed, as Usual

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The score tied 101-101, Tim Duncan's long tip-in of Manu Ginobili's missed jumper went in the basket a couple of tenths of a second after the regulation buzzer at Chesapeake Energy Arena...

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  9. Boris Diaw's Comfort Zone Makes Spurs Better Than Last Year

    OKLAHOMA CITY -- If the San Antonio Spurs are indeed better than they were last season, it's not because of any offseason moves...

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  10. Dunk of the Night: Saturday, May 31

    Every once in a while, Kawhi Leonard does something that makes you think his launch into the NBA superstar stratosphere is nigh...

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  11. Who's Improved More Since 2013 Finals, Heat or Spurs?

    The San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat are really getting the hang of this whole NBA Finals thing. With the Spurs putting the Oklahoma City Thunder away in a classic Game 6 ...

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  12. Tim Duncan: Spurs 'Happy' Facing Heat Again, Still Have 'Bad Taste in Our Mouth'

    By beating the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 6 on Saturday, the San Antonio Spurs earned their shot to exact revenge against the Miami Heat . One year ago, the Spurs lost to the Heat in the NBA Finals in unbelievably dramatic fashion...

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  13. Tony Parkers Injury Highlights Spurs Unique Depth

    Two years ago, the Charlotte Bobcats – on their way to the worst record in NBA history – waived Boris Diaw. He was out of shape and out of favor. Less than a month from turning 30, he appeared to have a short future in the league...

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  14. Duncan: 'We've Got Four More. We'll Do It This Time.'

    With the San Antonio Spurs finishing off the Oklahoma City Thunder with a 112-107 overtime victory in OKC Saturday night, the NBA viewing public gets what could be the ultimate rematch in Spurs/Heat Part 2...

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  15. San Antonio Coach Gregg Popovich Anoints Kawhi Leonard 'The Future of the Spurs'

    The San Antonio Spurs are a great team right now. Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker have defied the effects of age, and they're heading to their second straight NBA Finals...

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  16. Pop Calls Kawhi the 'Future of the Spurs'

    “He's starting to feel his oats. … He's the future of the Spurs , partially because everyone else is older than dirt...

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  17. Tony Parker Injury: Updates on Spurs Star's Ankle and Return

    Updates from Friday, June 6 Bleacher Report's Ethan Skolnick has the latest on Parker: Updates from Tuesday, June 3 Zach Harper of CBS Sports provides quotes from ...

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  18. Kawhi Leonard Throws Down Dunk on Serge Ibaka in Game 6

    Kawhi Leonard showed off everything that makes him such a tantalizing offensive player in one fell swoop during the first quarter of Game 6 against the San Antonio Spurs ...

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  19. Video: Leonard Puts Ibaka on a Poster

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  20. Splitter Starting for Spurs in Game 6

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  21. Is Gregg Popovich's Curmudgeon Act with Media Wearing a Little Thin?

    San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich 's unique relationship with the media is well known. He has a penchant for terse responses that often seem nothing short of rude. Most reporters know better...

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  22. San Antonio Spurs vs. Oklahoma City Thunder: Game 6 Preview and Predictions

    What exactly should NBA fans make of the Western Conference Finals matchup between the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder ? San Antonio obliterated OKC in Games 1 and 2, winning by a combined 52 points...

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  23. ESPN: Storytime with Pop and Timmy

    You have to go way back in time, or all the way across the Atlantic, to find a boss/superstar duo that can trump the longevity and success shared by Gregg Popovich and Tim Duncan...

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  24. Duncan's Big Game Lifts Spurs to Bounceback Win

    No matter what happens during the rest of the Western Conference Finals, the Spurs can take comfort in one thing: the ghosts of 2012 have finally been put to rest...

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  25. Spurs Show They're Fearless in Game 5 Victory

    The San Antonio Spurs aren't afraid of much after having played together so long, being lead by the best coach in the NBA , and having chamionship pedigree throughout their team...

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