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Phil Jackson's been a thorn in the San Antonio Spurs' side when he was the coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, but it seems this year he's picking the Spurs to win it all.
In a recent book signing, a fan asked Jackson who he thought was going to win the NBA championship in the Finals stage and Phil gave his quick pick.
Check out the video below.
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During a very special episode of “Blossom” “Access SportsNet: Lakers,” Metta World Peace sat down in the studio surrounded by youngsters and read a story from his new children’s book, “Metta’s Bedtime Stories.” I suppose the notion of having Los Angeles Lakers forward and aspiring author read a story from his new children’s book to [...]The post Metta World Peace...
I dont think this even surprises anyone that Howard lost.
LA Columnist, TJ Simers, enlisted the help of his daughter Kelly Nielsen, in challenging Dwight Howard to a free throw contest.
Naturally, Howard accepted the challenge and told Simers:
“I bet I can shoot my free throws better left handed than you can shoot righty”
During the competition, Howard was poked fun of by...
Earlier today, NBA Finals Media Day kicked off with interviews of many notable players within the San Antonio Spurs/Miami Heat match-up in the 2013 NBA Finals.
As you might figure, TNLP favorite Gregg Popovich provided an amusing interview and waxed poetic about the time that he listed Spurs forward Tim Duncan as “DNP-Old“.
This comes courtesy of Miami Herald’s Joseph Goodman...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- The roar begins to build as soon as Gregg Popovich points over to the bench, usually midway through the first quarter.
Manu Ginobili rises and so does the excitement level inside the AT&T Center. Of course, the anticipation is ambiguous because no one knows what the San Antonio Spurs' veteran guard will do once he gets on the court.
He could miss a wild...
Tony Parker came up big during Thursday night’s Game 1 of the NBA Finals, hitting a buzzer beater in the closing moments to give the Spurs a 1-0 series lead. The always-crazy Dick Vitale found this as a great opportunity to tweet at Parker’s ex-wife, Eva Longoria, to tell her how awesome her former husband is.
I’m not sure where he was intending to go with that tweet, but I’ll...
NBA fans won’t forget the infamous November night when the San Antonio Spurs royally ticked off commissioner David Stern by sending their top three players home from a road trip the day of their huge, nationally-televised game at the Miami Heat. The game was appropriately hyped up by TNT because it featured two of the [...]
Julius Erving, Dr. J, analyzed the Andrew Bynum situation Wednesday night while speaking live at an Xfinity Live event and discussed the ownership within the Philadelphia 76ers organization in what it will take to turn the franchise around. In doing so, he also stated that a team should never trust the Los Angeles Lakers nor [...]The post Dr. J: Los Angeles Lakers Tricked Philadelphia...
It was 2007. Tim Duncan's Spurs had just swept LeBron James' Cavs away to win his fourth title. In the hallway afterwards, the two shared a moment.
The 2013 NBA Finals are just a day away as the Spurs and Heat look to etch their names in NBA history. For the Spurs, it would mark a fifth title in franchise history and for the Heat their third.
ESPN is getting fans ready for this epic clash, by releasing an animated video of some of the greatest moments in Finals history.
From the Willis Reed moment to Tim Duncan slamming...
The San Antonio Spurs will face off against the Miami Heat tonight in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. This will be the first time the Spurs make the Finals without homecourt advantage against the best team in the East, the Miami Heat.
The Spurs will have their work cut out for them in the final series to determine the NBA champion and there will be three factors that will determine...
The Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs will face off in the NBA Finals, a series best of seven games that will determine the 2013 Champion team.
The San Antonio Spurs swept the Memphis Grizzlies in the Western Conference Finals, while the Miami Heat had a bit more of a struggle surpassing the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Finals, taking the series to seven games...
The most compelling matchup of this year's NBA Finals beginning tonight isn't Kawhi Leonard trying to guard LeBron James or Tim Duncan matching up with Chris Bosh, or even to see who flops better between Manu Ginobili and Dwyane Wade... it's the most combative, entertaining, long-running battle in the Association.
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich vs sideline reporters....
The Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs are set to battle for the title in the 2013 NBA Finals. Here's the full series schedule, so get your popcorn ready.
It really is. Nothing to hate on here. Except for the lack of Dwight Howard special memories….oh, wait
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