Through heartbreaking losses and hair-raising victories, through Game 7s of the NBA Finals and Game 46s of the regular season, through contract extension after contract extension, what has defined these San Antonio Spurs more than anything else is the simple fact that they stick together.
I’ve heard a lot of people saying its the best game they have ever watched. I don’t know if it was the greatest, but the Heat and Spurs in game 6 did not disappoint.
LeBron James led a title-saving charge, and now his crown will be on the line one more time in Game 7.
Danny Green once wasn’t good enough to be on the same team as LeBron James.
Tony Parker made good on his pledge before Game 4 of the NBA Finals: He was ready to go. He just didn’t have it in him to finish.
Keep up with the Heat and Spurs during the NBA Finals by following our Twitter wall!
So the National media has jumped back on the Heat after a game 2 and I’m sure whoever wins game 3 will win the series, well that is until somebody wins game 4. I’m so […]
Four victories. That’s all that separates the San Antonio Spurs from furthering its dynasty, or the Miami Heat from an elite place in history.
Follow our Twitter wall for all the latest NBA Finals news from players, analysts and more!
Perhaps the most key matchup of this matchup will be Tim Duncan vs. Chris Bosh. Which center will emerge as the bigger impact player? Craig Carton joins the Sports Verdict set to debate!
Our CBS experts let you in on who they think will win the NBA Championship and why. See their picks here.
LeBron James averaged 29ppg during the Conference Finals in leading the Heat to a series victory against the Pacers. Let’s take a look back at the Miami star’s top 5 career playoff performances.