• Grizzlies coach focused on Spurs, not his contract

    Summary of 23 articles · Updated May 29, 2013
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    • The Memphis Grizzlies? Gone till November

      With every season that ends, for the playoff teams at least, we felt it right to take a look ahead. TNT already has the rights to "Gone Fishin'," and because we're sure that someone, somewhere, still likes that Wyclef song, we're going with &q…
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    • Hard Choices: Once a trendy pick to reach the Finals, the Grizz…

      Once a trendy pick to reach the Finals, the Grizzlies now face an offseason filled with difficult decisions regarding their style of play, roster and head coach, writes Rob Mahoney.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Same Faces, Same Result: The Spurs Are Back In The Finals

      The Spurs get the "boring" label because basketball is supposed to be hard. As San Antonio heads to its fifth finals since 1999, its fourth with its multinational power trio intact, you wonder if they've made some cosmic bargain, or discovered…
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    • Parker helps Spurs sweep Grizz and return to Finals

      Parker helps Spurs sweep Grizz and return to Finals
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    • The San Antonio Spurs Are Finally Going Back To The NBA Finals

      It’s been six years… but San Antonio is finally going back to the NBA Finals. In Game 4 in Memphis, the Spurs completed the sweep, 93-86, as Tony Parker (37 points) conducted a 48-minute layup drill. He pushed back whenever the Grizzlies made a run in
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    • San Antonio earns its revenge against the Grizzlies, heads to the NBA Finals once again

      Apparently these San Antonio Spurs are different.Apparently they’re not the scary team we saw in 2008, one that was bowed by the New Orleans Hornets before being beaten by the Los Angeles Lakers. Apparently they’re not the team that seemed to be bothe
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    • Parker scores 37, leads Spurs back to Finals

      Tony Parker scored 37 points in his best game this postseason, and the San Antonio Spurs advanced to their first NBA Final since 2007 when they won their last championship by beating the Memphis Grizzlies 93-86 on Monday night.
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    • Daily Dime: Spurs sweep into Finals

      The Spurs' Big Three is headed to the NBA Finals for the first time since 2007.
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    • Win Or Else: Few things have gone Memphis' way in the Western …

      Few things have gone Memphis' way in the Western Conference finals. Down 3-0, the Grizzlies are in a deep hole. Is summer vacation next or a return to San Antonio for Game 5? Follow here.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Keys to the Grizzlies' playoff survival vs. Spurs in Western Conference finals

      Few things have gone Memphis' way in the Western Conference finals. Down 3-0, the Grizzlies are in a deep hole. Rob Mahoney examines how they can survive versus the Spurs.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Five things the Grizzlies need to do to beat the Spurs in Game 4 and stay alive

      The Memphis Grizzlies enter Monday's Game 4 just 48 minutes away from watching far and away the most successful campaign in franchise history come to an end at the hands of a San Antonio Spurs squad that has seemed to have the right answer at just about…
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    • Spurs down Grizzlies in OT to open 3-0 lead

      Tim Duncan scored the first five points of overtime, and the San Antonio Spurs rallied from an 18-point deficit to beat the Memphis Grizzlies 104-93 Saturday night and move a win away from the NBA Finals.
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    • Grizzlies coach defends flagrant call, not flop

      The Grizzlies want to make sure everyone knows that just because Tony Allen was fined $5,000 for flopping by the NBA, it doesn't mean the key foul he drew in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals wasn't a flagrant.
      Source: nba.com
    • Grizzlies' Hollins all for anti-flopping rules

      In response to the NBA's $5,000 flopping fine on Grizzlies guard Tony Allen after Game 2 of the Western Conference finals, coach Lionel Hollins conceded the league's anti-flopping rules were appropriate and could possibly be enforced more widely.
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    • Grizzlies' Allen fined $5,000 for flop in Game 2

      The NBA has fined Grizzlies guard Tony Allen $5,000 for violating the league's anti-flopping rule during Game 2 of the Western Conference finals against the San Antonio Spurs.
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    • Tony Allen fined $5K for flopping on Manu Ginobili flagrant foul in Game 2 vs. Spurs (Video)

      Following the San Antonio Spurs' Game 2 win over the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday, our own Eric Freeman wondered whether Grizzlies guard Tony Allen - renowned throughout the league as one of the toughest, most physical, hardest-nosed players in the game
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    • Conference Finals Weekend Preview: Examining the Grizzlies' D and the Pacers' O

      We're going to get into the meat of each conference finals series over the weekend. Each team by now has rewatched every possession of every game, try...
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  • Who would the Spurs rather face?

    The Spurs face a waiting game following their sweep of the Grizzlies. Who would San Antonio rather face in the Finals: the Heat or the Pacers? Chris Mannix says the answer is quite clear.
    Source: CNNSI.com

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