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Ball Don’t Lie’s 2012-13 Playoff Previews: San Antonio Spurs vs…

Ball Don’t Lie’s 2012-13 Playoff Previews: San Antonio Spurs vs. Golden State Warriors

yahoo.com CNNSI.com Updated May 6, 2013
Somehow, the NBA survived its regular season and first round of the postseason with enough players to field eight teams, so we’re just going to go ahead and begin the conference semifinals. The minds behind Ball Don’t Lie are going to preview each sec
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  • Hot Hand: Stephen Curry and the Warriors' sharp-shooters pi……

    Hot Hand: Stephen Curry and the Warriors' sharp-shooters pi…

    CNNSI.com May 6, 2013
    Stephen Curry and the Warriors' sharp-shooters picked up where they left off in Round 1, but a furious fourth-quarter rally by the Spurs has sent Game 1 of the West semis to overtime.
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  • Heat, Spurs have emerged as conference favorites, but questions…

    Heat, Spurs have emerged as conference favorites, but questions remain for each

    CNNSI.com May 6, 2013
    It has been eight days since Miami and San Antonio wrapped up first-round sweeps. Can they be tested in Round 2? Rob Mahoney examines the questions facing the Heat and Spurs.
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  • Video - The Warriors' Chances 06:08

    The Warriors' Chances

    May 6
    Graydon Gordian co-founded the Spurs blog 48 Minutes of Hell, and has every expectation Stephen Curry's transcendent shooting will change the series. But he's still very comfortable with the Spurs second-round matchup.
  • Video - Spurs Steal Game 1 In 2OT 01:41

    Spurs Steal Game 1 In 2OT

    May 6
    The Spurs overcame an 18-point deficit and 44 points from Stephen Curry to defeat the Warriors in double overtime 129-127.

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  • Sacramento group makes crucial concession to keep Kings - sources

    May 6
    The Kings' would-be new owners made a key but costly concession last week ahead of a relocation vote by NBA owners that may have been a deciding factor in keeping the team from moving to Seattle.