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San Antonio Spurs Thrash Heat Again to Win Fifth NBA Championship (Videos)

2 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

The San Antonio Spurs are your 2014 National Basketball Association champions. Tim Duncan and coach Gregg Popovich now have five rings together, while the core trio of Duncan, Manu Ginobili, and Tony Parker now have four. And this one was their most impressive one yet, as they gave the two-time defending champs the biggest thrashing […]

Spurs beat Heat 104-87 in Game 5 to win NBA title

2 months agoNews : The Newsroom

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Tim Duncan and Tony Parker won titles in their second seasons. Manu Ginobili was a champion as an NBA rookie.

Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, R.C. Buford Discuss Duncan's Possible Retirement

Nobody would hold it against Tim Duncan if he wanted to call it a career after winning his fifth NBA title, but the San Antonio Spurs' franchise cornerstone may not be ready to walk away just yet. Duncan has a $10 million player option next season, and you'd have to assume Spurs general manager R.C. Show More Summary

Surprised Tony Parker is our new favorite meme

This is what happens when an NBA point guard can't believe what happened. Tony Parker got called for a foul and could hardly believe his luck. Coincidentally this is the exact same look a person has when they drop a birthday cake onShow More Summary

Eva Longoria: No Kids For Me!

Hollywood baby fever always seems to be going strong, but Eva Longoria is bucking the trend and not looking for a bun in the oven. The 39-year-old “Desperate Housewives” hottie told People that ever since her marriage to Tony Parker failed, she hasn’t been too keen on kiddos. “It’s just not in my future. Show More Summary

Tyler Ennis NBA Draft 2014: Highlights, Scouting Report and More

School: Syracuse Height/Weight: 6'2.5", 182 lbs Age: 19 years old Projected NBA Position: Point guard Pro Comparison: D.J. Augustin/Poor man's Tony Parker Twitter Handle: @tdot_ennis Ontario native Tyler Ennis didn't enter his freshman...Show More Summary

3 Key Themes of the Social Chatter from the Heat's Clash with the Spurs

The San Antonio Spurs made a big statement Thursday night, when they routed the Heat 107-86 in Miami. Kawhi Leonard led San Antonio in scoring with 20 points and three assists, with Tony Parker right behind him with 19 points and two assists. Show More Summary

Role players Leonard, Diaw have Spurs rolling

Tony Parker is still thankful for the role players who helped carry San Antonio to its last NBA title in 2007.

Just A Reminder That Someone Pulled This Prank On Tony Parker In The Playoffs

San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker may not have been the star of Game 3 of the NBA Finals, but hey -- at least he didn't have this to contend with: In case you'd forgotten, some New Orleans Hornets fan (now they'd be a Pelicans...Show More Summary

Gregg Popovich Praises Tony Parker Near End of Game 3 of 2014 NBA Finals

San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker wasn't the star of Game 3 of the 2014 NBA Finals, but coach Gregg Popovich made sure that his player knew that he was a key part of the team's victory. Parker finished the game with 15 points and four assists. Show More Summary

Spurs' Tony Parker Passes Michael Jordan for 8th on All-Time Playoff Assist List

Despite falling to the Miami Heat in Sunday's Game 2 of the NBA Finals, San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker passed Michael Jordan to take sole possession of eighth place on the NBA's all-time playoff assists list, per Parker...Show More Summary

Mario Chalmers 'Doesn't Remember' Elbowing Tony Parker in Chest During Game 2

In a way, we humans are wired to have a selective memory. At its most basic, it’s a survival instinct—there’s only so much storage room up in the ol ' brain cave, after all. Sometimes, as in the case of Mario Chalmers of the Miami Heat,...Show More Summary

How LeBron James Guarding Tony Parker Stops San Antonio Spurs Offense

Game 1 and Game 2 of the NBA Finals played out largely the same: A back-and-forth affair with Miami slightly in the lead the whole way. In Game 1, cramping forced LeBron James out of the game and handed San Antonio the victory. In Game 2, he played down the stretch and squeezed out the win for the Heat. As per usual, his offense was outstanding. Show More Summary

San Antonio Spurs Need Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green to Be Legit Threats

Paging Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green. The San Antonio Spurs have long been more than their Big Three. Tony Parker, Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili are stars and future Hall of Famers, but the Spurs don't put themselves in position to win...Show More Summary

Tony Parker or Tim Duncan: Who's More Important to Spurs' Title Hopes?

The San Antonio Spurs have never prided themselves on their star power. Though they have always been able to claim their fair share of elite talents, the Spurs have always been more focused on promoting an atmosphere that emphasizesShow More Summary

What Went Wrong for San Antonio Spurs in Game 2?

Four straight missed free throws. The San Antonio Spurs had a chance to go up by six points in the fourth quarter, but for those four straight missed free throws —t wo from Tony Parker and then two more from Tim Duncan. It was a missed opportunity in a game characterized by missed opportunities. Show More Summary

Here's the elbow that temporarily forced Tony Parker out of Game 2

Mario Chalmers was charged with a flagrant 1 for this hit. San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker left Game 2 of the NBA Finals after getting hit in the ribs by an errant elbow from Mario Chalmers, who was called for a flagrant foul. Parker left the court and returned after a few minutes, but the game is close and any missed time could have a huge impact on the final outcome.

Honest Press Conference: Heat vs. Spurs Game 1 2014 NBA Finals

Dwyane Wade, Erik Spoelstra, Gregg Popovich, Tim Duncan and Tony Parker give their "honest" opinion on LeBron James' cramps during Game 1 of the NBA Finals. [Funny or Die] Read more NBA news on

Honest Press Conference: Game 1 2014 NBA Finals

Honest Press Conference: Game 1 2014... 1:19 Dwyane Wade, Erik Spoelstra, Gregg Popovich, Tim Duncan, and Tony Parker discuss LeBron James cramps and the air conditioning problem in game 1 of the NBA Finals. Submitted by: Chris Singel Regular Keywords:...Show More Summary

NBA Finals Top Players: During Playoffs, Season, and College

Manu Ginobli and Tony Parker may have grabbed the spotlight last night in San Antonio. But entering the NBA Finals, the top three performers in the playoffs have been: 1. LeBron James, 2. Tim Duncan, and 3. Dwyane Wade. The top three regular seasons were by: 1. Show More Summary

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