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Personally, I’m still trying to figure out how San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili made this pass to Matt Bonner in the second quarter of the 2013 NBA Finals.
He must be some passing wizards of sorts…
Manu’s Nice Pass to Bonner [@BuzzFeed Sports]
Let’s take a quick look back to the 2012 Finals: The Oklahoma City Thunder were the favorites to win the championship. They backed that up by taking the first game by 11 points, only to lose the next four.
LeBron James has been the headline of the NBA ever since. The most significant headline all year not including LeBron James was Chicago ending Miami’s 27 game winning...
Four NBA titles, three NBA Finals MVP awards, countless accolades, NBA MVP trophies, and that is just the beginning whenever you take a look at what San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan has accomplished in his NBA career.
Yet time after time he is overlooked, not mentioned among the best-of-the-best and never fully appreciated for what he has done for the Spurs and the NBA.
One by one, Tony Parker was confronted by Miami's Big Three, surrounded even as the shot clock ticked toward zero and his San Antonio Spurs clung to a two-point lead.
And just when Parker appeared to have nowhere to go, when everything was going wrong for the speedy French point guard, he did what he's done these entire playoffs, and his entire career for that matter. He...
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As part of my gym self-punishment for missing days early in the month, I spent a solid hour reading the captioned audio of the ESPN pre-game, whiling away treadmill miles while various blow-dried heads talked about how important Boris Diaw is. (Hint: he's not! Mostly because he's fat, slow and useless!) But as my physical and karmic pain intensified, it seemed...
Tony Parker's incredible buzzer-beating bank shot to seal the Game 1 victory for the Spurs gets the super slow motion treatment from the NBA phantom cam.
San Antonio Spurs reserve forward Tracy McGrady is 34 years of age own, and comfortable with his place in basketball history.
McGrady has been enjoying the perks of the NBA Finals media sessions, and he feels the need to do a lot of talking. T-Mac was asked about his time with the Toronto Raptors.
McGrady as only he can, told the Toronto Sun that the Raptors teams with himself...
Tony Parker was a star for the San Antonio Spurs in their 92-88 win over the Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday, and he made a controversial, clutch shot in the final seconds of the game. The Heat had closed the gap and made it a two-point game in the [...]
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...
“Peter Holt and I talked about getting together in the Finals in 2000,” Miami Heat managing general partner Mickey Arison said during Monday night’s Eastern Conference Championship trophy presentation. “It took fourteen years, but we’re looking forward to welcoming San Antonio to Miami.” While this specific match-up might not be fourteen years in the making, [...]