The San Antonio Spurs: The Last Team Standing

Posted in Blogroll on May 23rd, 2012 by Okori Wadsworth

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It really does seem like they’ve been doing this forever. Not this, mind you. Not this level of offensive excellence, but this quiet, understated march towards the Larry O’Brien trophy while the eyes of the basketball world are on flashier teams in bigger markets – like Lob City, for instance. Chris Paul having Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan as his personal dunk muses, capable and willing of ridiculous feats of aerial derring-do. And what did the Spurs, the habitually boring Spurs do to this team? The same thing they did to the Seven Seconds or Less Suns too many times to count. They dismantled them, broke them down with a minimum of fuss and a maximum of skill. When it was done, it was a sweep and no one was surprised, no one batted an eye and no one thought about it.

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TSF Tip-Off For Wednesday May 23, 2012 (Featuring Morris Day And The Time): Name Your Favorite NBA Playoff Series (Non Championship)

Posted in Blogroll on May 23rd, 2012 by Ron Glover

 

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The 2012 NBA Playoffs have produced its share of excitement, punctuated by comebacks, last second shots and physical play. What it the playoffs haven’t given us is that classic series. Although the conference finals give us what we’ve tuned in for, I did some thinking and came upon one of the best conference semifinals in recent memory.

What is your most memorable NBA playoff series that didn’t decide the NBA Championship?

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Heat wallop Pacers 115-83 behind LeBron James and Dwyane Wade (hard foul commentary and with TNT notes)

Posted in Blogroll on May 23rd, 2012 by Michael Tillery

(AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Should the league suspend Haslem for this foul?

Growing up and seeing how physical the NBA was in the 80’s and 90’s, last night didn’t phase me. I don’t care how the NBA has cut down on physical play because of the Malace in the Palace (Metta World Peace explains what happened at length).

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