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So this is pretty awesome.
The San Antonio Spurs "Big 3" of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili and coach Gregg Popovich have been one of the best quartets in the NBA leading the team to three NBA titles, great regular seasons, and deep playoff runs.
And after 11 seasons together, they find themselves once again in the thick of things, fighting for another NBA crown to take back to San Antonio.and are tied with the Heat headinginto Game 3 in San Antonio.
From a fresh-faced Parker to Duncan still doing his pregame basketball hug, check out this phenomenal GIF of the four in all its glory.
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Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we noted Lakers forward classic hamburger tweets from game one and game two of the 2013 NBA Finals.
This time around, Metta decided to create a special hashtag for San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich called “#Popovichissosmart” and clearly, it’s the best hashtag that we here at That NBA Lottery Pick have seen in a long time.
After 11 seasons and 3 NBA championships, it’s hard to imagine the Spurs without either Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobli, Tony Parker, or head coach Gregg Popovich. This GIF is spectacular in that it shows just how they’ve aged in the decade plus they’ve been together, and how breathtaking Manu’s glorious mane of hair used to be.
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“I think we played real solid defense” and “I can’t tell you that” were the two answers Gregg Popovich gave Doris Burke during an interview before the start of the 4th quarter of Game 2.
Tony Parker underwent an MRI Wednesday morning on his injured hamstring, and the results are in.
Parker posted, in French, on his Facebook page that he has a slight "stretch" in his hamstring.
"I just had MRI. Result: I suffer from a slight stretch to the hamstring. We'll see tomorrow how I feel, I really hope to play!" Parker posted, the San Antonio Express...
The San Antonio Spurs may be one of, if not the most successful franchise in all of the NBA. They also boast the largest collection of foreign based talent in the NBA.
Tim Duncan (U.S. Islands),Tony Parker (France), Manu Ginobili (Argentina),Tiago Splitter (Brazil), Boris Diaw (France), Cory Joseph (Canada), Nando De Colo (France), Patty Mills (Australia) and Aron...
Though super polite and professional, Tim Duncan doesn’t exactly have the most colorful of personalities. Duncan’s teammate Manu Ginobili joked about this fact with a spot-on impersonation of the Spurs big man when asked how Duncan would feel about a statue being erected in his honor once his playing days are over. Check out the funny clip above. [The Basketball Jones] Article...
As we reported last night, Tony Parker suffered a hamstring injury in the first half of the Spurs game three blowout over the Heat, that limited him to only 27 minutes.
Parker was scheduled to get an MRI on that hamstring sometime this morning. That MRI is completed, and according to Marc Spears, Parker has a slight hamstring strain.
MRI says @tonyparker has a strained hamstring...
The San Antonio Spurs handed the Miami Heat their worst playoffs lost, EVER with 113-77 win in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals. But, they may have lost a key piece to their puzzle.
Tony Parker says he “felt something in his hamstring…a weird feeling.” Parker will undergo a precautionary MRI Wednesday morning. His status for Game 4 on Thursday is uncertain. Parker finished...
San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker posted, in French, on his
Facebook page that he has a slight "stretch" in his hamstring.
San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker is scheduled to have
an MRI on a tight hamstring on Wednesday, leaving his availability
for Game 4 of the NBA Finals very much up in the air.
The San Antonio Spurs,with their four championships have some other pretty amazing stats. So this Infographic created by Jeff Goldner (@JeffGoldner) from San Antonio should help you get familiarized with Tim Duncan , Tony Parker , Manu [...]
Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili sat in mostly stunned silence, all that playoff experience not preparing them for how they felt after two games.
They were satisfied, yet shaken.
The San Antonio Spurs had taken home-court advantage away from the Miami Heat, but then the reigning champions took them apart.
So as they prepared to bring the NBA Finals back home for the first...
The Miami Heat face off against the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night for Game 2 of the NBA Finals. The game starts at 9:00 p.m EST on ABC.
The game is in Miami at American Airlines Arena.
In Game 1 the Spurs survived the Heat and pull off a surprise win thanks in part to the heroics of Tony Parker.
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The Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs are tied 1-1 in the 2013 NBA Finals. The Spurs won a close Game 1 after Tony Parker hit an incredible shot as the shot clock expired to put the Heat away and steal home court advantage. Game 2 was close until the end of the third quarter when Mario Chalmers and LeBron James combined to blow open the game with a 33-5 run. Game 3 is Tuesday...