• Against LeBron James and Heat, Spurs' Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili pull no-show in Game 2

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jun 10, 2013
    “We have basically no shot winning a game against them if none of us played good,” Manu Ginobili conceded, referring to himself, Tony Parker and Tim Duncan. Here’s how little: Parker, Duncan and Ginobili scored all of 27 points, making only 10 baskets on 33 attempts. For the entire game. Parker, Duncan and Ginobili combined to score just 27 points on 10-for-33 shooting. There's been a misconception over these past 16 years that Duncan's Spurs were boring, that America repeatedly rejected them.  The 15 Miami points stand out, because they were the moment that James finally came to the Game 2 party on offense, but the Spurs’ doughnut better explained why this game wasn’t competitive down the stretch. San Antonio can keep pace offensively with Miami when it is hitting on all cylinders; when it’s missing on all cylinders at least all cylinders not named Danny Green a rout is to be expected.
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      The Spurs' Big 3 disappointed in Game 2. They can win without Manu Ginobili and Tim Duncan. But Tony Parker is an indispensable element for San Antonio, writes Ben Golliver.
      Source: CNNSI.com
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    The Duncan Show has been many things over the past 16 years, but it has rarely, if ever, been boring.
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