Starting May 5, I watched the Spurs play 16 games in 40 nights. Facing Portland, Oklahoma City and Miami during that five-plus week stretch, San Antonio went 12-4 to win their fifth title in franchise history. 3,100 more words
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SAN ANTONIO — NBA commissioner Adam Silver’s annual Finals media address was dominated by two controversies: the ongoing saga surrounding disgraced Clippers owner Donald Sterling… 1,174 more words
SAN ANTONIO — Mission Athletecare, a sports performance products manufacturer, plans to hand out “cooling towels” to fans attending Game 2 of the Finals between the Spurs and Heat at the AT&T Center on Sunday.
Spurs guard Tony Parker did not seem to mind the temperature, but he knows San Antonio got a discount on its Game 1 victory by not having to face LeBron James in his entirety.