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Danny Green has set the record for most three-pointers made in an NBA Finals series, but Chris Bosh was adamant the Miami Heat will limit the San Antonio Spurs guard's open looks in Game 6 on Tuesday.
"[Green] won't be open tonight," Bosh said.
Tony Parker said after Game 5 that he could not believe the Heat continued to give Green open shots.
In Green's mind, if the Heat crowd him more in Game 6, it will lead to additional driving lanes for Parker and Manu Ginobili.
"You have to give up something," Green said, according to David Aldridge of NBA.com.
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Danny Green scored 24 points to help the San Antonio Spurs topple the Miami Heat on Sunday.
18 of Green’s points game of the 3-point sharpshooting that has become his trademark.
Green and key performances from Ginobili (24 points, 10 assists) and Tony Parker ( 26 points) largely kept the Heat at bay on their way to the 114-104 victory.
The Spurs now hold a 3-2 series lead over...
In case you missed it, San Antonio Spurs shooting guard Danny Green has been lights out from behind the arc hitting a record 25 three pointers through five games; a number good enough to break the record for most three's made in a Finals series.
Breaking the record was great. Doing it in a winning effort in Game 5 even better, but what made it the best was that the old record...
Chris Bosh had some words of advice for the fans who gave up on the Heat in the fourth quarter and left Game 6 early Tuesday night before the team’s historic comeback: “Don’t come back.”
"For all those guys who left, don't come back for Game 7." – Chris Bosh
— Ryan Wolstat (@WolstatSun) June 19, 2013
The San Antonio Spurs lead the Miami Heat 3–2 in the 2013 NBA Finals and will have a chance to finish the series tonight in Miami (8 p.m. Central Time on ABC). With the Spurs so close to a title, the question, “Could—or should—Danny Green be the NBA Finals MVP?” has been coming up a lot on blogs, social media, podcasts, and among people who are paid to kill time debating...
In front of former record holder, Ray Allen, and against the former record holder’s team, the Miami Heat, Danny Green set a new NBA Finals record for three-pointers in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. It would be Green’s fourth three-pointer of Game 5 against the Heat on Sunday that would mark his 23rd three-pointer [...]The post San Antonio Spurs’ Danny Green Sets NBA Finals Record...
The San Antonio Spurs lost a heartbreaker in Game 6 against the Miami Heat on Tuesday night, but they still have another chance to win an NBA title in Game 7 on Thursday night. If not for the stellar shooting of Danny Green throughout the series, LeBron James would already be living up to the [...]
After allowing San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green to set a Finals record with 25 3-pointers in just five games, the Miami Heat and center Chris Bosh are not going to let the 25-year-old have his way in Game 6 Tuesday night. “He has a knack for shooting, but he
Miami Heat Forward and Struthiomimus lookalike Chris Bosh called out non-believer, pessimistic Heat fans who abandoned them early in game six of the NBA Finals. He declined to invite them back for game seven.
Chris Bosh had a lot to say at the Heat’s Wednesday practice, calling out the “fans” who left American Airlines Arena early when the Heat were down 5 with less than...
If the Miami Heat were in the NBA Finals against anybody else other than the Spurs I guarantee the fashion battles would be much more competitive. The NBA cameras are focused on Miami’s Big Three of Dwyane Wade, Lebron James, and Chris Bosh as they snap their every move as the three stars arrive for gameday. Check out their fashionable attire for game 5. Whose look caught your...
Danny Green has been lights out for the Spurs so far. (Photo credit)
I don’t want to write about LeBron’s fourth quarter disappearing act (three points, 1-5 from the field). There’ll be plenty of time for that after the series if Miami loses. I suppose Miami’s move to small-ball is interesting, but it had the inadvertent side effect of getting Tiago Splitter off of the floor...
As the Heat trailed by 10 points entering the fourth quarter, the NBA began to prep for a Spurs postgame championship ceremony which irritated LeBron James and Chris Bosh and helped fuel a furious rally that resulted in a OT and Heat 103-100 win to force a Game 7. There would be no celebration Tuesday night.
According to the Miami Herald:
“I noticed it,” James said. “We...
Miami Heat forward Juwan Howard, who has played in only seven games this season (zero in the postseason), made a nice behind the back one-handed half-court shot in practice as his team prepares for Game 7 against the San Antonio Spurs.
Everyone knows that the fifth game in a best-of-seven series is pivotal to determining a winner. All the stats say that the team that wins Game 5, should go on to win the series. So it’s safe to say that tonight’s Game 5 between the Spurs and the Heat is pretty important.
After a thriller in Game 1, the other three games of this series have been blowouts. Just about every player...