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Report: Tony Parker “Should Be Ready” For Game 1 Of NBA Finals

Report: Tony Parker “Should Be Ready” For Game 1 Of NBA Finals

San Antonio Spurs All-Star point guard Tony Parker didn’t play in the second half of last night’s series-clinching victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. He aggravated an ankle injury he sustained in last week’s Game 4 late in the second quarter. Thoug…
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  • OKC's Fisher: Too early to determine future

    OKC's Fisher: Too early to determine future

    ESPN.com Jun 1
    Oklahoma City Thunder guard Derek Fisher said Sunday he remains undecided about retirement and plans to take time over the coming weeks to make a decision on his future.
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  • Tim Duncan On NBA Finals Rematch: “We’re Happy That It’s The He…

    Tim Duncan On NBA Finals Rematch: “We’re Happy That It’s The Heat Again”

    dimemag.com Jun 1
    With the San Antonio Spurs’ 112-107 overtime win over the Oklahoma City Thunder last night, Tim Duncan advanced to the sixth NBA Finals of his storied 17-year career. And though the only time he left the previous five without a title was last season aga…
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  • Thunder's championship aspirations still intact despite latest …

    Thunder's championship aspirations still intact despite latest painful lesson

    CNNSI.com Jun 1
    The Thunder's run came to another painful end, but with their players, a title is always in reach.
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  • Thunder's Brooks not fretting over job status

    Thunder's Brooks not fretting over job status

    ESPN.com Jun 1
    OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma City Thunder coach Scott Brooks doesn't listen to his critics and says he hasn't even thought about the possibility of not returning next season as the team's head coach.
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  • Kawhi Leonard Posterizes Serge Ibaka To Open Game 6

    Kawhi Leonard Posterizes Serge Ibaka To Open Game 6

    dimemag.com Jun 1
    Mere seconds into the San Antonio Spurs’ 112-107 overtime win over the Oklahoma City Thunder Saturday night, Kawhi Leonard set the tone for what would be a historic evening by dunking on Serge Ibaka. With the Spurs down 2-0 just 40 seconds into the game…
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