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#61 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.68
The San Antonio Spurs are the 2005 NBA Champions.

First half of this series was not so good but the last 3 were ESPN Classic material.

Robert Horry has as many rings as Michael Jordan now.

Can't say that Detroit didn't make them earn it.




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I missed the game but afterwards did the Pistons turn over their title belts to the Spurs?



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#63 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.44
    Originally posted by evilwaldo
    I missed the game but afterwards did the Pistons turn over their title belts to the Spurs?
I think the best part of the Finals being over is I won't have to read belt jokes anymore.

Also, the team that employed Mason lost. WOO HOO ;-)



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I'd just like to take this time to dedicate my current sig to all of you Detroit Pistons fans out there who talked ALL that trash In This Very Thread during the finals when your team was winning, didnt really have much to say when they were losing, then completely vanished when San Antonio won the title.

Yes Rev. Shaft, I'm talking to you. Eat some crow like a man, already.




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#65 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.63

    Originally posted by Reverend J Shaft
    Pistons in 4. Yes.


I hope you didn't wager your house on that one, Rev.



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#66 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.60
    Originally posted by DJ FrostyFreeze
    Yes Rev. Shaft, I'm talking to you. Eat some crow like a man, already.


Absolutely, the Spurs showed up and played like champs. They beat the Pistons without any luck and their series win was not a fluke. They flat outplayed the Pistons in this series. Congrats to them and their fans (and to you, Freeze, who apparently is now a Spurs fan).

    Originally posted by Pieman
    I hope you didn't wager your house on that one, Rev.


Luckily, no. Though I fail to see why you care, seeing as how the games were so boring and all.


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