Where the Blazers and Kings failed, the Spurs have delivered! Shout out to Frosty and Dutch for the Lakers impressive threepeat run and making the Spurs work for every bit of it.
Even more commendable than beating the Lakers by 28 on their home floor was that the Spurs handled it with class and didn't do any ridiculous celebration. Glad to see that their focused on the bigger prize. Bring on Big D...err No D! :)
The Suns Are Going Down!BEAT L.A.! No D, No Title! GO SPURS GO!
Congratulations to Gregg Popovich! 2002-2003 NBA Coach of the Year Congratulations to Tim Duncan! 2002-2003 NBA Most Valuable Player (2nd year in a row)
This is a little unfortunate. Now that the Lakers are gone, I don't care about the NBA playoffs since my sole interest was in seeing Los Angeles lose. Oh well.
Over 1250 posts and still never a Wiener of the Day!
Really, if they told you that SARS was being pumped through the ventilation system into every theatre in which this was being shown, would you be any less likely to go see it?-- review of 'Daddy Day Care' at fametracker.com
Sub .500 playoff teams isn't new to the NBA in recent years, but yeah, it'll look especially bad if the East has the final two seeds at .500 or worse while the West currently has TWELVE teams with at least an even record.