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Topic - Gary Neal
One team was motivated by the goal of dodging the Miami Heat in the first round of the playoffs. The other team's goal was resting its starters.
Bobcats coach Steve Clifford reserve shooting guard Gary Neal could miss "two to three games" with a sprained left ankle.
Gary Neal liked returning to Milwaukee much better than he enjoyed playing there.
Al Jefferson is going to want to prove something to Marcin Gortat, who held him to six points in the first meeting, with Charlotte in position to qualify for the playoffs.
This isn't the same team that the Wizards routed 97-83 in January with the addition of Towson's Gary Neal to strengthen the bench.
The Charlotte Bobcats are getting used to big nights from Al Jefferson and Kemba Walker.
The Spurs play a style that's been described as boring and ugly at times, so it only made sense that they felt comfortable down the stretch against Charlotte in a game their own coach said was "hard to watch."
Al Jefferson said he feels like he's playing the best basketball of his 10-year NBA career.
The Charlotte Bobcats are trying to bolster their 3-point shooting for the playoff stretch run.
Bucks starting center Larry Sanders and veteran guard O.J. Mayo will miss Monday night's game against the Los Angeles Clippers, the second time in a week that each player has been sidelined by illness.
Although the Wizards could use more points off the bench, they've already got Martell Webster and are grooming Otto Porter, both of whom are bigger and better defenders.
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.
The Spurs have long been the NBA's gold standard when it comes to drafting and development, preferring to roll up their sleeves and scour the globe to find the right players to slot into well-defined roles in San Antonio.
The NBA Finals opened as such a juicy matchup of A-list stars.
Five things to take away from the San Antonio Spurs' 113-77 win over the Miami Heat in Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday night:
"It's a dream come true," Neal said. "Me and Danny both went through a lot of stuff together. We were guys that showed up two hours before practice started to get shots up and to prove to the coaching staff that we belong, and we're going to do whatever we need to get minutes."
"He does a lot for us," Neal said. "If he's not scoring, he's drawing the defense and being a facilitator. He has a great basketball I.Q. He brings a certain amount of confidence and toughness to our team. We definitely need Tony on the floor."