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San Antonio Spurs
The odds of both of these wins happening within hours of each other, when both New York City teams were on the road, has to be close to zero. The game winners, after the jump.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NBA season. This team-by-team preview details why it’s probably not your favorite team’s year. Today: We’ll talk about the Spurs, who are still basically your father’s Spurs.
In a fine piece of investigative reporting, Manu Ginobili scored an interview with himself and reported that he is not likely to retire when his contract expires this summer.
The Spurs were literally moments from a title on Tuesday, only to see their lead, then their series lead, then Game 7 slip away. Losing an epic championship series is hard for any team, but for the Spurs — a franchise so accustomed to winning — it must be particularly tough. Bummer.
You know how it goes. Ten years from now, everyone in Miami will say they were outside of American Airlines Arena banging on the glass doors when the Heat tied Game 6 to send it to overtime.