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SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Tony Parker's hamstring, not Dwyane Wade's knee, is the current chief injury concern.
Manu Ginobili, not Chris Bosh, is mired in the slump of the moment.
Things change quickly at the NBA Finals, and with everything suddenly seeming right with the Miami Heat, it's up to the San Antonio Spurs to change them back Sunday night in Game 5.
"It is a must-win. We don't want to go back down there down a game with two games remaining at their house," Spurs star Tim Duncan said Saturday.
"Obviously, we lose this game, we're not giving up or anything, but we want to go back up with a chance to finish there. Huge pressure if we have to go back there and try to win two."
The Heat evened the series with a 109-93 victory Thursday night, setting up what's often the pivotal moment of the finals. Of the 27 times the series was tied at 2-2, the Game 5 winner went on to win 20 of them.
"I think that's what everyone would like...
BEST OF MAXIM
SAN ANTONIO — Spurs guard Tony Parker said Saturday the strained right hamstring that wore him down this week could tear “any time now” heading into Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat.
But he’s giving no thought to letting the injury properly heal.
“If it was the regular season, I would be resting like 10 days,” Parker said. “But now it’s the NBA Finals...
We have to note here on That NBA Lottery Pick, that Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade is always up on the new crazes in the fashion realm but this red toilet bag/purse, isn’t one of them.
Check out the below image of Wade entering game four at the AT&T Center with his red bag:
Oh, you want video of Wade walking in with the bag? We got that for you as well:
Dwyane Wade rocks...
Many were interested to see how the injury to Tony Parker’s hamstring would effect the Spurs guard, but when the MRI came back and revealed that it was a grade 1 sprain it was thought to not be that serious. Parker subsequently went on to have a decent Game 4, but was held scoreless in [...]
Do you like Dwayne Wade?
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Do you like super-slow motion?
Well this video from the NBA is right up your alley: Wade's Game 4 highlight reel in super-slo motion.
SAN ANTONIO Dwyane Wade declared 2 years ago he no longer wanted to be known as "Flash, the nickname teammate Shaquille ONeal gave the high flyer before the Miami Heats 2006 title run.
For least one night, though, Wade said people can go back to calling him that. Not as if he could stop anybody even if he wanted.
Miami forward LeBron James called the guard by the nickname...
Ghosts of NBA Finals Past: Manu Ginobili returns to top form in Game 5
Manu Ginobili’s career will be defined by winning.
He has the chance to the greatest international player of all time…who doesn’t start for his NBA team.
That’s why it was only fitting, that the player who is most known for coming off the bench, would find himself in the starting line-up for the biggest...
This was by far the best tweet of Game 4. Only Metta World Peace could tweet his admiration for Dwyane Wade with an acrostic that spells W.A.D.S. instead of W.A.D.E...
Wade stands for We Are defending Something
— Metta World Peace (@MettaWorldPeace) June 14, 2013
So close! Seriously though, let's all just thank Metta for not referring to Dwyane Wade by the...
Dwyane Wade scored 32 points in a resurgent performance for him and the Miami Heat's big three on Thursday, and he believes Game 5 will be the best game of this NBA Finals series.
"I think Game 5 should be the best game of the series," Dwyane Wade said. "Both teams should come out knowing each other, knowing what each other want to do, and it should be a very...
We’ve said it before and will say it again, Dwyane Wade’s mom was the worst speller in her family. Th…
During the first quarter of game five of the 2013 NBA Finals between the Heat/Spurs, ABC did a quick cut-away to an interview with Spurs forward Manu Ginobili.
In the segment, Ginobili tells a story about the time that he faked out Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich by pretending to take a shot at inopportune time.
As Manu eventually passed the ball to Tony Parker, Manu decided look...
Entering Game Five, the question among Spurs fans was just how much Manu Ginobili had left in his tank. Was the Ginobili who averaged 7.5 points per game and shot 34.5 percent and seemed like he was forcing everything to do what he used to be able to do was the Ginobili of now and the Ginobili the Spurs would have for the remainder of this series.
Or would it be the Ginobili...
Manu Ginobili had 11 points and six assists in a surprise start to spark the San Antonio Spurs to a 61-52 halftime lead over the Miami Heat in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night.
Tim Duncan had 13 points and six rebounds for San Antonio. Danny Green scored 13 points and tied Ray Allen's finals record with his 22nd 3-pointer of the series for the Spurs, who entered their...
Manu Ginobili had 24 points and 10 assists in a surprise start
to spark the San Antonio Spurs to a 114-104 victory over the Miami
Heat in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night, pushing the Spurs
one victory away from their fifth championship.
Did you miss any of what the San Antonio Spurs or Miami Heat had to say after their Game 5 clash? Well if you did, you are in luck. Our friends over at News 4 San Antonio have you covered.
Here is what Tony Parker, Tim Duncan, Coach Popovich and Spoelstra had to say about Game 5 before the scene shifts to Miami for Game 6 tomorrow.
Was anyone else wondering what happened to the fashion once the NBA Finals started? For some odd reason there just hasn't been anything worth talking about since the series began. If anyone was going to sport something strange it would be the Heat
That is, until now.
Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, and LeBron James may have discovered the secret to their success; dress like weirdos...