The Chicago Bulls improved to 29-8 after invading San Antonio and beating the Spurs, 96-89. It was a well played, back and forth game, but ultimately the Bulls had too much in the fourth quarter for the Spurs to handle. San Antonio fell to 24-11, the outcome just their second loss in their last 14 games. Tweets of the Night: With Tim Duncan lighting it up in the third quarter, and rekindling his dominant form of days gone by, ESPN felt compelled to put that in perspective.
Serge Ibaka started it and Kevin Durant finished it. Ibaka hit all 11 of his field goal attempts, and Durant went on an all-out rampage in the fourth quarter to give Oklahoma City a 109-103 victory over the San Antonio Spurs. Althou... Read Post
The San Antonio Spurs spent the first three quarters of Game 2 of the Western Conference finals dismantling the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Thunder made some nice adjustments, and made the game interesting in the fourth. Still, the S... Read Post
The Chicago Bulls traveled south Wednesday night to take on the team with the best record in the NBA—the San Antonio Spurs. Gregg Popovich’s crew proved to be too much to handle, as Chicago fell 101-83. The Bulls entered this game a... Read Post