Last Night at the NBA Finals: In Game 1, LeBron cramps up and the Spurs turn on the Heat 110-95

Posted in Blogroll on June 6th, 2014 by Michael Tillery

(Michael Laughlin / Sun Sentinel)


Hell yeah the Spurs lucked out last night. Look at the fans oh so happy Bron went down. Very telling. 

In Game 1 of the 2014 NBA Finals, the San Antonio Spurs defeat the two-time defending champion Miami Heat 110-95. Game 2 Sunday.

A lot of LeBron hate out there. Now it’s time for LeBroning? Ha. Why are y’all so shook of greatness? It’s like dude is Notre Dame, Duke and the New York Yankees, rolled up into everything knee caps and all that. I’ll let y’all have at it though (Alonzo Harris voice). Look the Spurs took care of business in Game 1 at home. Just like they won Game 1 last year. That series, as well all know, went 7 games…

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@TSFSports Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs NBA Finals Preview: Let’s do it again!

Posted in Blogroll on June 6th, 2014 by Ron Glover


For nearly a year, Tim Duncan has stewed in the anguish of last year’s Finals defeat.

The Spurs had the Miami Heat right where they wanted them in Games 6 and 7 of last year’s NBA Finals. San Antonio’s inability to execute in the most critical moments cost them their fifth world championship. Tim Duncan feels the angst more than any player heading into thew Finals rematch. It was Duncan who missed a rolling hook in the lane with the Spurs trailing 90-88 late in Game 7. The Spurs would never recover awarding the Heat their second NBA title in as many years with a 95-88 victory.

Will it be different this time?

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