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    Quote Originally Posted by CatsCatsCats View Post
    No doubt. I've been on the Spurs since about December, it would be boring to watch them make a deep run but it would be nice to see Duncan make one final push for a title before his career is over IMO.
    Spurs are playing really good right now but it's all about matchups come playoff time and I don't think they matchup very good vs the Lakers other than the PG spot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime View Post
    Spurs are playing really good right now but it's all about matchups come playoff time and I don't think they matchup very good vs the Lakers other than the PG spot.
    I think their lack of size is a concern but I think Ginobili will be a tough matchup for LA because I don't think Artest can guard him and he will be tourture on Kobe if the Mamba has to guard him will also trying to lead the offense. If I was going to bet I would take LA but I think San Antonio is the team they least want to face in the West by a large margin. JMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime View Post
    Spurs are playing really good right now but it's all about matchups come playoff time and I don't think they matchup very good vs the Lakers other than the PG spot.
    The Spurs are 2-0 vs LA right now. That doesn't mean they will beat them in a series, but it's not like the Lakers have dominated them so far this year. The Spurs are a verteran team that knows how to win championships. It's not crazy to think they stand a chance to win the NBA championship this year. And if it comes down to a Spurs/Lakers series, the Spurs will have home court advantage. They are very very good at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfback20 View Post
    The Spurs are 2-0 vs LA right now. That doesn't mean they will beat them in a series, but it's not like the Lakers have dominated them so far this year. The Spurs are a verteran team that knows how to win championships. It's not crazy to think they stand a chance to win the NBA championship this year. And if it comes down to a Spurs/Lakers series, the Spurs will have home court advantage. They are very very good at home.
    And head to head record has proven to be a huge indicator of how a team will play vs. another team in the playoffs. May not matter for LA because I think they, along with Boston, view the regular season in a different manner than most NBA teams do. But, I think as of today San Antonio would have more than a punchers chance against anyone. San Antonio has been a huge problem for the Lakers for the last 10+ years, give or take a few years where LA was clearly better like the Shaq-Kobe years.

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    Heat lost another close one today. All they had to do was box out on a free throw and they could have controlled the end of the game. Instead Deng gets his own miss and the Heat end up down by 1. I wonder if LBJ is wishing he had went to NY now? I am.

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    WindhorstESPN: Spoelstra said some Heat players are crying in locker room at the moment



    Heat are 1-16 on FGs that could tie or win the game with 10 seconds remaining in the game.

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    Shannon Brown is an unbelievable leaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime View Post
    WindhorstESPN: Spoelstra said some Heat players are crying in locker room at the moment



    Heat are 1-16 on FGs that could tie or win the game with 10 seconds remaining in the game.
    1-18 now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    1-18 now.
    It was 1-14 I adjusted it.

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    Lakers are here to stay. Undefeated since the break and playing like champs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime View Post
    WindhorstESPN: Spoelstra said some Heat players are crying in locker room at the moment


    Heat are 1-16 on FGs that could tie or win the game with 10 seconds remaining in the game.
    That's the most pathetic crap I've ever heard.

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    Spurs are getting it taken to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    1-18 now.
    Actually looks like you are right according to ESPN.

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    Spurs do this from time to time. I wouldnt be surprised to see Pop rest the starters some this game since they are playing so bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfback20 View Post
    Spurs do this from time to time. I wouldnt be surprised to see Pop rest the starters some this game since they are playing so bad.
    No need to play the starters. They're down 30.

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