Found June 01, 2013 on Project Spurs:
The San Antonio Spurs continue to wait patiently for things to be settled in the Eastern Conference Finals between the Heat and Pacers and fans and media are asking which team would the Spurs rather face. Both teams present issues for the Spurs in the Finals and Boris Diaw weighed in. In an interview with French site BasketSession.com, Diaw, who is making his first appearance in an NBA Finals, initially picked Miami but changed his mind and noted the Pacers present their issues as well in a seven-game series. "At first, I rather see Miami advance, but Indiana fails too Heat. Both teams are very strong, they are also two good defensive teams. Miami is more oriented to the outside while the Pacers rely on their inside game with Roy Hibbert. Moreover, the Heat players are struggling to stop ... If you play against Indiana in the Finals, it will be a bit like the series against Memphis but they have Paul George in addition to their outside game, which is very strong. ...
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