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Back in the 1970s, when Red McCombs bought a basketball team to uproot and turn into the San Antonio Spurs, one agent balked that his player wasn't coming because they couldn't find the small market on a map.
Somehow, some way, the San Antonio Spurs seem to have discovered a secret that every team in the league desperately searched for all season long. They have figured out a way to slow down LeBron James.
James broke out to finish it with a flurry and the Heat used a 33-5 run to rout the San Antonio Spurs 103-84 on Sunday night and even the series at one game apiece.
LeBron James had another decision to make.
The NBA Finals. Just being here can be memorable _ and miserable.
If LeBron James played for the San Antonio Spurs, Gregg Popovich might have a message for him.
The NBA Finals' television viewership for Game 1 was down 12 percent from last year.
One by one, Tony Parker was confronted by Miami's Big Three, surrounded even as the shot clock ticked toward zero and his San Antonio Spurs clung to a two-point lead.
One reason the Spurs always get called "boring" may be because we rarely see the most important guy on the team do his best work.