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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Tony Parker
The Spurs finished off a dominant run to their fifth NBA championship, ending the Heat's two-year title reign with a 104-87 victory that wrapped up the series in five games.
James had 35 points and 10 rebounds in a powerful comeback from the cramps that knocked him out of the opener, as the Heat tied the NBA Finals with a 98-96 victory over the San Antonio Spurs in Game 2 Sunday night.
LeBron James bounced back from an injury-plagued Game 1 to lead Miami to a series-tying Game 2 victory in San Antonio.
The Spurs had to close out the West finals without Tony Parker because of a recurring ankle injury, but he has had five days off and declares himself near 100% for tonight's Game 1.
When last season's NBA Finals ended, San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich was all smiles.
San Antonio will host Game 1 on Thursday night and will try to avenge last year's heartbreaking loss. San Antonio led Miami 3-2 before losing Game 6 in overtime, then dropping Game 7.
Tony Parker is dinged up again, and his status is unclear heading into the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat.
A capsule look at the NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat, which begin Thursday night (with playoff stats):
From Tony Parker's ankle to potential history for LeBron James and Tim Duncan, we highlight aspects of the desired Spurs-Heat NBA Finals matchup that's nearly one year in the wanting.
Kevin Durant took a key step toward becoming an all-time great by winning the MVP award.
Spurs guard Tony Parker missed the second half of Game 6 of the Western Conference finals because of left ankle soreness.
Oklahoma City tried to adjust to all the problems the San Antonio Spurs created in the opener of Western Conference finals, but that only led to greater troubles.
The San Antonio Spurs were not going to believe Serge Ibaka was really injured until the Oklahoma City Thunder took the court in the opener of the Western Conference finals without their athletic big man.
The San Antonio Spurs were planning to attack the lane whether Oklahoma City big man Serge Ibaka was playing or not. The fact that the Thunder's athletic defender was absent only made things easier for them.
"In the second half, I didn't play," Parker said. "They were doing the same thing."
Spurs guard Tony Parker said he still expects Indiana and Miami to meet in the Eastern Conference finals.