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Tweet Coming into the NBA Finals, everyone wondered who would be the star. Would it be the wily veteran, Tim Duncan? Would it be the crafty Tony Parker? Would Manu Ginobili or Dwyane Wade find new life? Or would it be the best player in the game, LeBron James? As it turns out, one of [...]
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