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The San Antonio Spurs defeated the Miami Heat 104-87  in game 5 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night. The win gave the Spurs their fifth title in franchise history, and in the process, the Spurs ended the Heat’s bid at a three peat. For Gregg Popovich and Tim Duncan, it was their fifth ring together, and for Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili, it was their fourth ring. With their backs against the wall, the Heat came out on fire and jumped out to an early 16 point lead inRead More

Posted On June 13, 2014By Brian SprowlIn Entertainment, Sports

Spurs Win Game 4, 1 Win Away From NBA Title

The San Antonio Spurs are now one win away from claiming their fifth title in franchise history. Looking like a team on a mission, the Spurs soundly defeated the Miami Heat in game 4 of the NBA Finals on Thursday, 107-86. It is the second consecutive blowout in the series, as the Spurs obliterated the Heat in similar fashion in game 3. With the game 4 victory, the Spurs can clinch the 2014 championship on Sunday in game 5. Kawhi Leonard was once again sensational for the Spurs, as heRead More

Posted On June 9, 2014By Brian SprowlIn Entertainment, News, Sports

Heat respond in Game 2, tie series at 1-1

LeBron James was the butt of a lot of jokes on social media after game 1. After game 2? He was back to being the best player in the world. Thanks to a herculean effort from the four-time league MVP and some clutch plays from fellow Big 3 member Chris Bosh, the Miami Heat inched out a win in a very competitive game 2, defeating the San Antonio Spurs 98-96 on Sunday night. In the process, they tied the NBA Finals at a game apiece heading to Miami. In theRead More
Nobody could have predicted the events that took place in the AT&T Center on Thursday night. For more than half of the first game of the NBA Finals, the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat played each other without any air conditioning in the building. In what was described as uncomfortable settings, the Spurs managed to pull away from the Heat in the fourth quarter, winning 110-95. Heat superstar LeBron James sat out more than half of the final quarter, as he dealt with severe cramps. After the A/CRead More

Posted On June 4, 2014By Brian SprowlIn Entertainment, Sports

NBA Finals Preview

“We have four more (games) to win. We’ll do it this time.” Those words were spoken by Tim Duncan on Saturday night after the San Antonio Spurs’ series-clinching game 6 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. The win secured a second consecutive NBA Finals appearance for Duncan and the Spurs. Their opponent: the team that narrowly escaped with the Larry O’Brien Trophy last season at the hands of the Spurs, the Miami Heat. On June 18, 2013, the San Antonio Spurs were 28 seconds away from capturing their fifth titleRead More