Rajon Rondo gives his best

Boston Heral

By Jackie MacMullan | ESPNBoston.com I'm done trying to discern what goes on inside the talented, brilliant, stubborn, mercurial mind of Rajon Rondo. How can he be so utterly disengaged from a series-deciding Game 7 one minute, then seize complete Boston point guard Rajon Rondo was outstanding. He played all 53 minutes and had a […]

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Celtics' Ray Allen gave it his best shot

Boston Globe

Chris Forsberg from ESPNBoston is down in Miami on the scene and passed along a couple telling quotes from Ray Allen at today's shootaround: On the. Veteran Boston Celtics guard Ray Allen, who is battling an ankle injury and has struggled recently with his shooting, confirmed Wednesday morning that he would not sit out Game […]

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Celtics guard Ray Allen expects to play in Game 2 against Miami


Celtics guard Ray Allen said he expects to play tonight. (Nathaniel S. Butler/NBA/Getty Images) Boston Celtics guard Ray Allen practiced today and said he expects to play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Miami Heat tonight. Doc and the staff are considering sitting Ray Allen a game to rest his ankles. […]

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Spurs Defeat Thunder, 101-98: San Antonio Takes Game 1 In West Finals (VIDEO)

Huffington P

The San Antonio Spurs looked to be sputtering in the second half of their opening game of the Western Conference finals, looking like they might in fact actually be too old to hang with Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and the rest of the Oklahoma City Longhorn cowfish have poisonous flesh, another characteristic that makes them […]

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Parker slows down in time to contribute

San Antonio

By Matt Moore | Senior NBA Blogger Tony Parker has been matched up against guards who couldn't handle or attack him for two rounds. Devin Harris was outclassed, Chris Paul wasn't healthy in any way. Turns out Russell Westbrook's feeling pretty good, Since the Spurs and the Thunder are two of the most non-controversial teams […]

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Manu Ginobili turns heads, but team defense keys Spurs' win over Thunder


The Spurs drafted — and retained — their current nucleus of Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker. Although Duncan was the obvious choice as the number-one pick in 1997, Ginobili was chosen 57th overall in 1999 and Parker was chosen 28th overall How did Tony Parker progress from a 19-year-old rookie to the MVP […]

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Tell us: Who will win Parker-Westbrook matchup?


As far as Tony Parker is concerned, Russell Westbrook has yet to face a real challenge at his position so far in these Playoffs. Parker is right, of course, as Westbrook has only had to deal with a decaying Jason Kidd, and the Tony Parker had 25 points in a March 16 win at Oklahoma […]

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OKC's Durant says Thunder aren't in awe of Spurs


Police said a gunman held up a sandwich shop, sexually assaulted a victim, then took police on a chase through the southwest side of Oklahoma City before it all came to a crashing stop. Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph (50), Oklahoma City Thunder center Nazr Mohammed, and Grizzlies guard O. J. Mayo (32) watch the […]

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San Antonio beats Oklahoma City in opener of West finals | NBA playoffs

The Seattle

Manu Ginobili scored 26 points to lead the host San Antonio Spurs to a 101-98 victory over Oklahoma City in Game 1 of the NBA Western Conference final series. Including regular-season play, the Spurs have won 19 games in a row. Tim Duncan by SpursCupcake on May 27, 2012 8:40 PM CDT up reply actions […]

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Spurs, Thunder battle nerves as lengthy layoff ends tonight


Playoffs GameThread #9 – San Antonio Spurs vs Oklahoma City Thunder – Game I – Part I. Playoffs GameThread #9 – San Antonio Spurs vs Oklahoma City Thunder – Game I – Part I. On PC TV – HD Channel The game Oklahoma City Thunder vs San Antonio Spurs is going to be anticipated to […]

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