This is the June 19, 2013 news archive. View today's Spurs rumors and news.
Late after their epic collapse in the final 28 seconds in regulation of Game 6, one that Gregg Popovich might end up taking to his grave, the Spurs congregated back at their team hotel for some dinner and what turned into a group therapy session.Share Tweet
2013 NBA Finals: San Antonio Spurs-Miami Heat Game 7 outlookWho wins Game 7 and the NBA title? J.A. Adande and Israel Gutierrez weigh in.Share Tweet
Wallace: Heat ride crest of success into Game 7The Heat eye a Game 7 at home against a Spurs franchise that has never lost a Finals.Share TweetCNNSI.com Jun 19, 2013Friends off the court, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade have drifted apart on the court. That hasn't hurt Miami's title defense but it may doom its future, says Michael Rosenberg.Share Tweet
Finals Game 6 draws 20.6 million viewersThe Heat's wild overtime win over the Spurs in the NBA Finals drew the second-largest audience for a Game 6 since ABC started televising the series in 2003.Share TweetChances are you've heard about the Miami Heat fans who decided to get an early start on their commute when the San Antonio Spurs held a 94-89 lead with 28 seconds remaining in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday night. Chances are you've also heard that…Share TweetA look around the league and the web that covers it. It's also important to note that the rotation order and starting nods aren't always listed in order of importance. That's for you, dear reader, to figure out. C: SB Nation. A hilarious, must-read colu…Share TweetThe San Antonio Spurs’ system – its routine – has been lauded for years for providing consistent season after season of mindful, winning basketball. The team has been able to mix equal parts adaptability and attention to structure on its way toward four…Share TweetHeading into Game 6, I made the incredibly bold observation that the Miami Heat needed either starter Mario Chalmers or reserve Norris Cole to play quite a bit better than they did in the San Antonio Spurs' big Game 5 win. Chalmers certainly answered th…Share Tweet
Game 6 scores second-highest rating ever on ABCnba.com Jun 19, 2013NBA Finals Game 6 on ABC -- the Miami Heat defeated the San Antonio Spurs to even the series in an overtime thriller -- scored a 14.7 overnight rating, according to Nielsen. This is the second highest-rated NBA Finals Game 6 ever on ABC and the fourth h…Share TweetSan Antonio Spurs fans are likely licking their wounds right about now, still stinging from an NBA Finals Game 6 that saw the boys in black and grey snatch defeat from the jaws of victory thanks to some late-game errors and some timely shooting by a Mia…Share TweetTony Parker has certainly made more ridiculous shots in his lifetime.The man has made a career out of wild floaters, spinners in the lane, points in the paint that typically belong to big men, and long jumpers that make his head coach cringe. And as obv…Share Tweet
Mike Miller loses his shoe, makes a big 3 anyway, proves shoeless dominance (Video)The Miami Heat entered the fourth quarter of Tuesday night's Game 6 in need of a run to extend their season to one more game. Down 75-65 to the San Antonio Spurs entering the quarter, the Heat responded with five quick points from a Mario Chalmers three…Share Tweet
Miami capitalizes on crucial late-game miscues, defeats San Antonio to force a Game 7In a series full of surprises, the San Antonio Spurs shocked NBA fans across the country in Tuesday’s Game 6 by failing to do what they've done so well since the Clinton Administration — execute fundamentals down the stretch.San Antonio gave up two cruc…Share Tweet
Call Me BirdmanJun 19Chris Andersen has been an essential player in the NBA Finals, and a forgotten one. He talks about how he, and his team, will get themselves ready for Game 7. TrueHoop TV at the Finals.
Did Popovich Cost Spurs A Title?Jun 19Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless debate if Spurs coach Gregg Popovich cost his team the NBA championship.
Can Spurs Recover From Game 6?Jun 19Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss whether the Spurs can recover from their Game 6 loss to the Heat and win Game 7.
Did Spurs Let Championship Slip Away?Jun 19Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless debate if the Spurs choked in Game 6 and blew their shot at a championship.