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Tony Parker Does It All, Including Coaching His Teammates In The Huddle [Video]

Part of what makes San Antonio Spurs coach Greg Popovich great is an ability to know when to trust his players. After point guard Tony Parker hit a shot for the ages late in Game 1 of the NBA finals, the Spurs huddled up to discuss how to defend the Miami Heat. I'll let Parker take it from there, as the All-Star point guard coaches his team perfectly on how to execute the final possession of the ballgame.

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Spurs Ice Heat, Take Game 1 Of NBA Finals

Tony Parker's magnificent play in the 4th quarter leads San Antonio to a 92-88 win over Miami. After the victory, Parker said...

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Classic Gregg Popovich Doesn’t Like Stupid Questions, Even At Shootarounds [Video]

A San Antonio reporter asks Spurs coach Gregg Popovich a dumb question. What do you think happens next? You probably have a good idea of what happens next.

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Shane Battier Can’t Get On The Floor, So He Is Playing Role Of Towel Boy [Video]

While the Miami Heat crushed the Indiana Pacers last night, many bench players saw action late in the game. However, Heat forward Shane Battier remained on the bench, not registering a single minute. Shooting a paltry 12% in the series, and struggling to guard David West, Battier decided he'd contribute in any way possible...like drying off LeBron's sweat.

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Heat Pummel Pacers, Advance To 3rd Straight NBA Finals

Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals was packed with plenty of drama before tip-off. Then tip-off took place, and the Miami Heat sucked all the drama out of the matchup, pummeling the Indiana Pacers by the score of...

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Mavs Win Over Heat Didn’t Save Basketball

Millions of basketball fans weren't necessarily pulling for the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA Finals. They were just pulling against the Miami Heat.

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Beyond The Mic: Dirk Leaves Celebration To Let Out An Orbit Of Emotion

Dirk Nowitzki hurried off the court after the Dallas Mavericks won the NBA championship. Why? He needed a moment to let out emotions that had been building for half his life.

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Mavericks Were Simply Better Than The Heat

At least for the six games of the NBA Finals, the Dallas Mavericks had the best player on the court, handled the pressure of the Finals better, and were simply a better team than the Miami Heat.

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Mavericks Win NBA Championship

The Dallas Mavericks defeated the Miami Heat, 105-95, on Sunday night, to win the NBA Finals, 4-2, and win their first-ever NBA Championship.

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Five Questions On Game 6 Of NBA Finals

Here are five important questions, regarding Game 6 of the NBA Finals, Sunday night, between the Dallas Mavericks, and the Miami Heat:

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