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Hornets Fall To Spurs In Opener, Show Great Promise
The New Orleans Hornets led the San Antonio Spurs with less than a minute in regulation, but couldn't keep a late lead, falling in their season-opener by the score of 99-95. Despite the defeat, the young Hornets showed plenty of great promise. Rookie star Anthony Davis did not disappoint in his…
Thunder Stomp Spurs, Punch Ticket To NBA Finals
"They're too young." "They're too youthful." "They're too inexperienced." The Oklahoma City Thunder had their doubters, but they were too busy winning to worry. Maybe now OKC's critics will say "they're too good." After defeating the S…
Thunder Strike Spurs In San Antonio, Win Game 5
Until Monday night, every team in the NBA conference finals had not lost at home. The Oklahoma City Thunder changed that with a gutsy 108-103 road win against the San Antonio Spurs, stealing home court advantage in the process. Thunder superstar Kevin Durant was absolutely sensational, going...
Thunder Crush Spurs, Close Series Deficit To 2-1
The Oklahoma City Thunder game out full of fire in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals. Thunder guard Thabo Sefolosha (pictured above) set career playoff bests with 19 points and 6 steals to help lead OKC to a 102-82 victory over the San Antonio Spurs. "They just gave us a good ole' fa…
Spurs Continue To Roll, Beat Thunder In Game 2
The San Antonio Spurs train continues to roll, showing no signs of slowing down. Tony Parker (pictured above) and company have won 10 straight playoff games (20 straight overall) and haven't lost a game since April 11th. Tuesday night, they won Game 2 over the Oklahoma City Thunder by the score…
Spurs Complete Sweep, Eliminate Clippers
To say the San Antonio Spurs have been on a roll would be an understatement. Sunday night the Spurs completed their playoff series sweep of the Los Angeles Clippers with a 102-99 win. It was their 18th straight win, and improved their postseason record to 8-0, which is the...
Spurs Dominate Clippers, Cruise To Victory In Game 2
It was more of the same from the San Antonio Spurs Thursday night in Game 2 of their playoff series with the Los Angeles Clippers. A dominating, methodical, 105-88 victory by the Spurs looked easy for the hometeam. Tim Duncan, at 36 years old, continues to play like he's 26. In Game 2, he went …

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