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San Antonio Spurs
She doesn’t care about whether Mexico is beating the Spurs — if she wanted to hear about it she’d watch ESPN. If you wanted to hear someone confuse three different sports in the span of 30 seconds, however, you came to the right place.
During the San Antonio Spurs’ championship parade Wednesday, Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich mocked LeBron James’ championship count.
There are six minutes left in Game 5 of the NBA Finals — a must-win game for the Miami Heat, who are down 3-1 to the San Antonio Spurs. Where is LeBron James, the game’s best player?
Spurs Are About To Win The Title: And Our Long National LeBron Nightmare Is About To Begin (Update: Spurs Win)
Did the Heat just quit? Or are the Spurs that much better? Whatever you choose to believe, get ready for an offseason of questions surrounding the future of the Big Three, and especially LeBron.
— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) June 13, 2014
The worst case scenario for a sporting event has to be a blow out. No, it has to be consecutive blowouts in a best-of-seven league final. And that’s just what we had Thursday night when the Spurs beat the Heat, 107-86.
Charles Barkley: The Big Ol’ Women Of San Antonio Sucked The Air Out Of The Building, Almost Killed LeBron
Sadly, there is no more TNT coverage of the NBA until next season. But NBA TV did right by the world and invited some of the TNT guys, including Charles Barkley and Shaquille O’Neal, on their station to let them break down the game.
— NBA.com/Stats (@nbastats) June 11, 2014
San Antonio exploded in the first quarter, scoring 41 points on 90.5 percent (!) shooting from the field, including a perfect 6 of 6 from downtown. The 41 points scored by the Spurs were the most scored in the first quarter of an NBA Finals since 1967.
LeBron James is in the prime of his career and life, and he looks like something carved out of granite rather than an actual human, so people are wondering why he cramped up during last night’s AT&T Center heat wave and not the old-ass players on the Spurs.
Who knew that a broken air conditioner would create a home court advantage?
In a rematch of the 2013 finals, the Spurs wanted to come out and make a statement. While that statement was “We forgot to pay our utility bill,” they also literally beat the Heat 110-95, to take a 1-0 lead in the Finals.