Found June 19, 2013 on Five Tool Tool:
Omigod No Shoe!!! 10) We were so, so close to the narrative of how LeBron James choked away a Finals 9) Tim Duncan's first three quarters were an inspiration to middle aged guys everywhere to do more, and the fourth and overtime, to drink more 8) It's not like anyone on the Heat will let this stop them from tearing him a new one at the next opportunity, but without Mario Chalmers, Miami isn't close enough to make a comeback late 7) If you were to give me a list of 200 guys who I might think might cause James trouble as a defensive stopper, Big Fat Frenchie Boris Diaw wouldn't be on the list 6) Erik Spoelstra has Jedi Mind Powers that cause opposing coaches to pull their best defensive big men late in games, to disastrous effect 5) Perhaps Manu Ginobili should have retired after Game Five 4) I'm not prepared to live in a world where Chris Bosh is a late game defensive stopper and clutch player 3) Luckily for people who can't focus long enough to watch ...
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