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In one of the more memorable shots in NBA Finals history, San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker helped sealed a game one victory for the Spurs in the 2013 NBA Finals. Watch as Parker falls down on the play and somehow banks in a jumper to give the Spurs a four-point lead: *** Tony Parker drains incredible clutch shot at 2013 NBA Finals game 1 [Beyond The Buzzer]
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San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker has buried the hopes and dreams of many, many teams.
On Thursday, he proved to the Miami Heat that no lead is safe in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
This video of Parker’s jump shot with 5.2 seconds left tells the whole story.
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In amazing fashion, the San Antonio Spurs stole game 1 of the NBA playoffs over the Miami Heat, 92-88, thanks to an amazing performance and shot by Tony Parker. With less than 10 seconds remaining in 4th quarter, Parker dribbled around the Heat defense, fell to the ground and then sank this acrobatic shot to beat the shot clock. The refs reviewed the play and it was correctly determined...
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Tony Parker just beat the 24 second clock prompting the Spurs to beat the Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
Parker led all scorers with 21 points and also recorded six assists in the opening game of the NBA Finals.
The Spurs entered the contest as 5 point underdogs. Game 2 of the series will take place on Sunday.
Photo: Christian Petersen, Getty Images
From midway through the first quarter until midway through the fourth, the Miami Heat held the lead for almost 34 consecutive minutes. However, the Spurs were able to respond to all Heat surges and strike back in the 4th quarter with a run the Heat couldn’t quite match. Lebron James had a superb game, putting up 18 rebounds and 10 assists...
The Heat had lost their lead. They had lost their mojo and momentum. They had committed turnovers and could not quite get going on the right foot in transition. Miami played well, but found themselves in dire straights.
There was LeBron James guarding Tony Parker one on one with time ticking away. The Heat, struggling to contain Parker throughout the night, changed the defensive...
As Tony Parker arrived at the podium for an interview session Wednesday in Miami, he crossed paths with San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich, who was just departing.
Popovich made a joke, and Parker laughed.
A few years ago, that might not have happened.
Several summers ago, the Spurs were trying to sign Jason Kidd, which in some circles was incorrectly perceived as Popovich deciding...
The San Antonio Spurs took Game One of the NBA Finals beating the Miami Heat 92-88. Since then the bulk of the attention has been on Tony Parker and righteously so. That final shot of his was just sick!
Some are already calling for Tony Parker to be named MVP assuming the the Heat continue to flounder and the Spurs win. While Tony did have a great game punctuated by that play...
Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night between the Spurs and Heat provided many exciting plays in what was a thrilling finish, but perhaps the best one was almost completely missed.
The incredible play came early in the second quarter when Spurs guard Manu Ginobili delivered a pass to a cutting Tony Parker. That obviously doesn’t sound very exciting, but wait until you actually...
Gregg Popovich is widely considered to be the best coach in the NBA, and his four championship rings and his string of 14 consecutive 50-win seasons make that point hard to debate. But the Spurs’ coach has an advantage over the rest of his colleagues.
On a crucial possession the Spurs’ win over the Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday, Popovich did not even bother to...
MIAMI The stock market is back to 2007 levels.So are the San Antonio Spurs.A team that has been written off plenty of times since then showed Thursday night at AmericanAirlines Arena it still has a championship pedigree.It doesnt matter that San Antonio stars Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili are six years older than when the Spurs beat LeBron James Cleveland gang in 2007...
Could the fans have asked for a better game one? The San Antonio Spurs pulled away late
in the fourth to take game one from the Miami Heat, 92-88. Tony Parker led all scorers with 21
points but more importantly, 0 turnovers in 40 minutes.
Lebron James had a phenomenal game with 18 points, 18
rebounds and 10 assists but it was his lack of aggressiveness to score that...
The Miami Heat face off against the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night for Game 1 of the NBA Finals. The game starts at 9:00 p.m EST on ABC.
The game is in Miami at American Airlines Arena.
The Spurs are coming off of nine days rest, while the Heat just finished off the Indiana Pacers after going seven games in the Eastern Finals.
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The old Big Three versus the new Big Three. The Spurs big three of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobli are three for three in NBA Finals. The Heat’s big three of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh are one for two and looking to repeat as champions. The Spurs are back in the Finals for the first time since 2007, and for the first team this group is facing the Eastern...
Despite being Tony Parker’s ex-wife, actress Eva Longoria decided to still show love for the San Antonio Spurs after their game one win in the 2013 NBA Finals against the Miami Heat.
Below is the message that Eva sent about twenty-minutes after the game had concluded:
Go Spurs Go! I say Spurs in 5!!!!
— Eva Longoria (@EvaLongoria) June 7, 2013
Clearly, she still searching for...