Lakers, Spurs, NBA Playoffs, Los Angeles In the latest of our continuing series, we look at Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals, as the Lakers visit San Antonio.1. All eyes on Manu. (And Turiaf.) How bad is Manu's ankle? Bad enough the Spurs coaching staff considered locking him in the showers before Friday's Game 2. A warning regarding San Antonio's plausible plight with a continually gimpy Ginobili should be valued without my dictation, but: the Spurs desperately need Manu to play OK or better in order to win.
The Oklahoma City Thunder defied the odds on Thursday and beat game favorites the San Antonio Spurs, 112-104 — and they did it without the help of 2014 NBA MVP Kevin Durant, who was still sidelined by an ankle sprain. Point guard Ru... Read Post
The 2014 NBA Finals are over. The Spurs defeated the Heat in convincing fashion, and Gregg Popovich trolled the hell out of the NBA’s most-hated team at the championship pep rally in San Antonio. So you would think that would be eno... Read Post