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2013 NBA Finals: A Great Performance By Tim Duncan Squandered By Spurs

San Antonio Spurs power forward Tim Duncan reverted back to the form that won him three Finals MVP Awards during game six of the 2013 NBA Finals against the Miami Heat.  As he scored 25 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Tony Parker did a great job finding open teammates with six assists and Kawhi Leonard added 10. Their excellent play helped give the Spurs a six point lead at half time and eventually pushed to 13 late in the third quarter
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2013 NBA Finals: San Antonio Spurs PG Tony Parker Will Play In Game 4

San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker will play and start tonight in Game 4 of the 2013 NBA Finals, according to ESPN NBA Insider Chris Broussard. Parker suffered a mild hamstring strain in the Spurs' Game 3 victory. Backup point guard Gary Neal stepped up in Parker's absence, as he scored 24 points, including six three pointers, and led San Antonio to a 36-point blowout win. Neal's tremendous performance
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2013 NBA Finals: Gary Neal Shines, LeBron James A No-Show In San Antonio Spurs’ Game 3 Victory

The San Antonio Spurs came into Game 3 of the 2013 NBA Finals in a must-win situation. With the series tied 1-1 going into San Antonio, the Spurs needed a victory on their home floor to gain much-needed momentum heading into a pivotal Game 4. San Antonio definitely earned a hard-fought victory, but not from the usual cast of characters. The main Spur who shouldered the majority of the load
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The Final Nail In David Stern’s Destroyed Legacy

At one point during his tenure as NBA commissioner David Stern was arguably the best commissioner of the four major sports. Over the last 15-20 years he's been the worst and now fans are counting down the days until he officially retires. Taking advantage of Michael Jordan and his popularity in the 80s and 90s, Stern and the league capitalized on it as Jordan starred in a McDonald's commercial with Larry Bird, Gatorade created a theme song for him
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Miami Heat : Why South Beach Is The New Mecca Of Hoops and Hip-Hop.

MIAMI – Thanks to the recent sighting of pop star Justin Bieber courtside in Game One of the 2013 NBA Finals, the Miami Heat are arguably the hottest ticket in sports. The Los Angeles Lakers are known for having courtside celebrities such as Jack Nicholson and Denzel Washington and the New York Knicks is known for Spike Lee and Woody Allen as regular fans. While multi-platinum icon Jimmy Buffett of
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2013 NBA Finals : Spoelstra Needs To Make Adjustments.

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]ith the Miami Heat dropping Game One of the 2013 NBA Finals, 92-88, head coach Erik Spoelstra needs to make adjustments. I have never been sold on Spoelstra as a phenomenal coach, but I always respected his accomplishments. LeBron James cannot be the team's leader in points, assists and rebounding in addition to being expected to dominate defensively. This falls on the shoulders of Spoelstra because of the way he
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2013 NBA Finals : Down 0-1 To Spurs, Heat Not Out

[dropcap]M[/dropcap]IAMI – Despite an improbable and acrobatic shot by Tony Parker, the defending champion Miami Heat may be down 0-1 in the 2013 NBA Finals, but they are far from out. Parker’s shot with 5.2 seconds left, lifted the San Antonio Spurs to a 92-88 win and 1-0 lead, while the legion of Heat detractors—and haters—are quick to celebrate, it would be wise to not write off the Heat so quickly.
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2013 NBA Finals: The Clinching Shot By Tony Parker Is It The Play Of The 2013 NBA Playoffs?

In game one of the 2013 NBA Finals the San Antonio Spurs held a two point lead and got the ball to their best player, point guard Tony Parker just past the three-point line. He got the defensive mismatch in Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh who didn't allow him to create enough space to either drive to the hoop or pull up for a jumper. Bosh's effort forced Parker into the defense of LeBron James and it seemed that a shot clock violation
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2013 NBA Finals : Is Spurs PG Tony Parker Really The Third Best Player In the League?

With the 2013 NBA Finals set to tip-off, the emergence of San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker may have put him in élite company. ESPN NBA analyst, Jalen Rose tweeted that Parker was the third best player in the NBA behind Kevin Durant and LeBron James. While the 31-year-old native of Paris has three NBA titles, five All-Star appearances and one NBA Finals MVP to his name, Parker is
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2013 NBA Finals : Is “The Association” Fixed?

With the Miami Heat set to face the San Antonio Spurs in the 2013 NBA Finals, one cannot help but wonder if this was destiny or design? Normally, I am not the type to give theories of games or even leagues being fixed or rigged much thought or attention, but after the Heat's 23-point blowout win over the Pacers, 99-76, some questions cannot help but be raised about how and