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Game 7 Ratings Were Predictably Bananas

Game 7 Ratings Were Predictably Bananas

deadspin.com Updated Jun 21, 2013
The ratings are in: 26.3 million viewers watched the Heat beat the Spurs last night, the second-most for an NBA game since 1998.Read more...
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  • Video - Anatomy Of Duncan's Miss 02:00

    Anatomy Of Duncan's Miss

    Jun 21
    Tim Duncan reflects on his missed layup, which would have tied Game 7 with less than a minute remaining.
  • Video - What's Next For Spurs? 04:07

    What's Next For Spurs?

    Jun 21
    NBA analyst Dave Wohl breaks down the offseason decisions and future impact players for the Spurs.

Sports Columnists

  • Doc Rivers-to-Los Angeles Clippers talks off again, according to sources

    Jun 21
    The on-again, off-again talks between the Los Angeles Clippers and Boston Celtics -- this time regarding Boston coach Doc Rivers -- are off again as far as the Celtics are concerned, according to sources close to the process.
  • Ian Thomsen: Speculation will abound, but Heat have right formula for a dy…

    Jun 21
    MIAMI -- The questions asked of the Heat will be less urgent than if Games 6 or 7 had gone the other way. If the Spurs had generated one more free throw or defensive rebound at the end of Game 6, then the issues facing the Heat would have been laid out …
  • Ian Thomsen: LeBron's rise leaves Duncan, Spurs haunted by missed chances

    Jun 21
    MIAMI -- Tim Duncan hunched over as if he wanted to make time stand still. Or, better, to wind the years back, so that he wouldn't be 37 anymore, and LeBron James wouldn't be 28 and at his peak.