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The NBA Finals. Just being here can be memorable _ and miserable.
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.
Manu Ginobili said before the NBA Finals started that Kawhi Leonard was San Antonio's only hope of containing LeBron James.
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.
Duncan overcame a slow start to finish with 20 points and 14 rebounds, Parker banked in a desperation jumper on a broken play with 5.2 seconds left and the San Antonio Spurs withstood LeBron James' triple-double to beat the Miami Heat 92-88 on Thursday night in a thrilling Game 1.
Five things to note from San Antonio's 92-88 win over Miami in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night:
If LeBron James played for the San Antonio Spurs, Gregg Popovich might have a message for him.
This is why Ray Allen came to Miami.
And then there were two.