Found June 07, 2013 on Project Spurs:
The San Antonio Spurs stole home court advantage in Game 1 of the NBA Finals versus the Miami Heat and are just three wins away from title No. 5. But the road to the Finals was filled with thrilling games, wild finishes, and close calls but in the end, San Antonio captured the West crown and are looking to add to their franchise success. Check out the road to the NBA Finals through the lens of the NBA's Phantom Camera including phenomenal dunks by Kawhi Leonard, Tim Duncan's milestones, Tony Parker's dominance and more. It is enough to make any Spurs fan beam with pride.
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