Sunday, May 27, 2012

San antonio spurs

  • SAN ANTONIO -- The Spurs step onto the Western Conference Finals stage Sunday night feeling a little like Dr. Frankenstein. The Spurs helped create the monster that wants to devour them.
  • (Boston Herald)
  • For some fans, an injury report on the Heat's Chris Bosh may move the needle more than the Western Conference finals between the San Antonio Spurs and the Oklahoma City Thunder.
  • (New York Times)
  • The Thunder are only shooting 27.3 percent from the floor. Its really eliminated any chance they had to capitalize on the Spurs mistakes. Will San Antonio keep making those mistakes? The Thunder better hope so.
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  • Some time before tipoff tonight, an employee in the NBA's hallowed, holier-than-thou offices will grumble about a Western Conference Finals involving teams from San Antonio and Oklahoma City. And he or she shouldn't.
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  • In a series pitting the high-flying Oklahoma City Thunder against the ultra-efficient San Antonio Spurs, we have a matchup featuring a pair of offenses that take very different routes to get to the same place.
  • (ESPN)
  • (CNN)-- LeBron James is cocky. Kobe Bryant is a ball hog. Kevin Garnett is a thug. Dwight Howard got his coach fired. And Metta World Peace? Ugh, Metta World Peace. These are the constant groans of NBA fans filling message boards and Twitter.
  • (CNN)
  • The Orlando Magic are targeting Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs execs in their search for a general manager to replace Otis Smith, Yahoo! Sports' is reporting.
  • (Sporting News)
  • (c) 2012, The Washington Post. Tim Duncan walked out of the visitors locker room at Staples Center and stopped to chat with Chris Paul after the San Antonio Spurs completed their four-game annihilation of the Los Angeles Clippers last week.
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  • The Spurs held Durant to 22.7 ppg, 5.3 fewer than his regular-season average, and hes only 5-12 in his career against San Antonio. Westbrook torched the Mavs (22.2 ppg) and Lakers (25.
  • (New York Daily News)

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