Clippers 111 Spurs 109 (Game 7, Round 1)

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    Clippers 111 Spurs 109 (Game 7, Round 1)

    Paul with a circus shot over Duncan with one second left wins it.

    I wonder if Bayless still thinks the Spurs tanked the final game of the regular season to avoid Dallas.
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    Tony Parker and Ginobili looked very old. Timmy has a year or two left though.

    Spurs aren't a repeat type of team. They have won a lot of championships but never can repeat.

    Sad that is probably the last time we'll see the big three together.

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    Did not watch but wanted the Spurs.

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    The officiating at the end of that game was horrible. The call on Duncan on the Parker shot was a phantom call. Then, the make up call on Reddick on Duncan was obvious. The buzzer going off with one second left...my god! This doesn't even include the atrocity that was the call on the Manu "shot" at the end of the third quarter. There were some poor efforts in the last 13 minutes by the officials, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by born2reign View Post
    The officiating at the end of that game was horrible. The call on Duncan on the Parker shot was a phantom call. Then, the make up call on Reddick on Duncan was obvious. The buzzer going off with one second left...my god! This doesn't even include the atrocity that was the call on the Manu "shot" at the end of the third quarter. There were some poor efforts in the last 13 minutes by the officials, IMO.
    No reason for things to change now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by born2reign View Post
    The officiating at the end of that game was horrible. The call on Duncan on the Parker shot was a phantom call. Then, the make up call on Reddick on Duncan was obvious. The buzzer going off with one second left...my god! This doesn't even include the atrocity that was the call on the Manu "shot" at the end of the third quarter. There were some poor efforts in the last 13 minutes by the officials, IMO.
    I agree on Duncan fouling Paul but Reddick clearly grabbed Duncan's arm.

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    I really like how the Spurs have played the last 10-15 years. I think we saw the end of an era last night.

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    Hated that the refs ruined the end of this titantic struggle . It was a great 4th Q ( all I saw was the 4th) but the refs were doing a great job of staying out of the way and letting them play for those last 5 minutes .... then out of the blue call a weak weak weak call on Duncan is the last 90 seconds that changed the game. Just horrible . Let them beat and bang on several possesions then call that weak sauce to hand the game to the Clips .

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    What a finish! These types of games are why I love the NBA so much. It's competitive until the very last minute. On any given night any team can win/lose by 20 no matter who they play.

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    I actually wanted the Spurs to win this game. The Clippers have been way too disrespectful to the Lakers recently. Like they've done anything......

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    I think Manu is done and that Timmy and Tony play at least one more year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ggclfan View Post
    I really like how the Spurs have played the last 10-15 years. I think we saw the end of an era last night.
    I thought that was the case after the Spurs lost to the Heat in the finals, then they dominated last year. They definitely don't have many more years with this group though.

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