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Topic - Danny Green
They found the open man. They made the extra pass. They moved the ball with stunning efficiency.
The San Antonio Spurs were worn out at the end of a nine-game road trip, and they prefer a slower pace even in the best of times.
San Antonio stars Tim Duncan and Tony Parker took the night off Wednesday. No matter. As is usual when the Spurs are without their stars, the rest of the team got the job done.
They were bloodied and eventually beaten, though not before delivering the type of effort Gregg Popovich always expects of his San Antonio Spurs.
For a team that has been struggling to find a consistent identity, the Wizards are on the verge of an incredible feat if they can win Wednesday's game.
The Chicago Bulls took advantage of the injury-riddled San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night.
Those 36-year-old legs of Manu Ginobili's have been feeling pretty spry this season. That spring in his step that had been missing for so much of last season was back, helping the Argentine magician become a game-changer again for the San Antonio Spurs.
Gregg Popovich said he couldn't enjoy a lopsided win over longtime Spurs assistant Mike Budenholzer.
Teams are finding out there's little they can do to stop Kevin Durant.
The San Antonio Spurs have been touting their depth all season, and it was sorely needed to overcome the loss of another key player Sunday night.
There was a time when second-round draft picks in the NBA held about as much value to some teams as the caps that were given to each player chosen on draft night.
Five things of note from Miami's seven-game win over San Antonio in the NBA Finals, which ended Thursday night:
When LeBron James' greatness almost wasn't good enough, officials began preparing for a San Antonio celebration. Miami's championship reign would be over. Someone in Spurs black would replace James as NBA Finals MVP. James and the Heat wouldn't let it happen.
Five things to watch for in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, as the San Antonio Spurs try to clinch their fifth title and end the Miami Heat's reign on Tuesday night:
During his team's Game 3 rout of the Heat, Gregg Popovich was shown on TV talking to his players while they were in the process of burying Miami with a stirring offensive display.
"If it wasn't for him the last couple nights, we would have really struggled," San Antonio forward Danny Green said. "He's doing what Tony usually does, in taking over in that fourth quarter."
"They played hard," San Antonio's Danny Green said. "They wanted to play with some passion and they got loose balls."