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    Veteran LkrFan's Avatar
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    Ate his lunch:


    Long live 8!

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    what uganda do about it? Joseph Kony's Avatar
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    Boiled down:::

    Duncan: 5
    Randolph: 0


    Let us proceed...

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    Because I choose to. Neo.'s Avatar
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    lol i remember the days when spurfans here were guaranteeing a threepeat because they signed antonio mcdyess

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    Still Sporting Ben Davis Allan Rowe vs Wade's Avatar
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    too soon tbh

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    VanillaPlayerFan BD24's Avatar
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    Felix you son of a you.

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    6X ST MVP Spurtacular's Avatar
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    As the saying goes better offense beats good defense.
    That was unfortunately ZR's best playoff series of all-time.
    It came at a bad time for Spurs fans.
    Nothing else he ever did would ever approach that IIRC.

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    Drive for Five! ambchang's Avatar
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    At least he didn’t get beat by Austin croschere.

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    Believe. Down Under's Avatar
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    I thought it was all over after that series. No perimeter defence + Duncan's knee blowing out (& ankle in 2011 ) around the 70th game of the season, 3 years in a row.

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    It's ok to be a man Dirks_Finale's Avatar
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    If I recall, Memphis actually tanked so they could draw SA in RD 1. They knew they held the advantage down low.

    Credit to Jim for revitalizing his career after that.

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    Got Woke? DMC's Avatar
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    I remember 2011. That was the year Phil was ushered out of the league via a 40pt ass whoopin in Dallas.

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    If I recall, Memphis actually tanked so they could draw SA in RD 1. They knew they held the advantage down low.

    Credit to Jim for revitalizing his career after that.
    Tanked to face Spurs over Lakers

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    6X ST MVP Spurtacular's Avatar
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    That Memphis team presented serious match-up problems
    for a not hundred percent Spurs team.
    It wasn't all about Z-Bo by any means.
    In fact, Z-Bo playing along side Marc Gasol is the equivalent
    of a good three hitter hitting in front of a league leading cleanup hitter.

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    It's ok to be a man Dirks_Finale's Avatar
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    That Memphis team presented serious match-up problems
    for a not hundred percent Spurs team.
    It wasn't all about Z-Bo by any means.
    In fact, Z-Bo playing along side Marc Gasol is the equivalent
    of a good three hitter hitting in front of a league leading cleanup hitter.
    Who was out for SA?

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    6X ST MVP Spurtacular's Avatar
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    Who was out for SA?
    Manu was out for Gm 1, which the Spurs lost 98-101.

    The grumblings were that he was playing hurt throughout that series after that.

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    絶対領域が大好きなんだよ baseline bum's Avatar
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    If I recall, Memphis actually tanked so they could draw SA in RD 1. They knew they held the advantage down low.

    Credit to Jim for revitalizing his career after that.
    That Spurs team got out to a ridiculous start to the season but fell off hard by around February or March. I think the only WC playoff team they might have beat that year would have been New Orleans. Oh well, swept those gots two years later in the WCF.

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    #21 timtonymanu's Avatar
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    That Spurs team got out to a ridiculous start to the season but fell off hard by around February or March. I think the only WC playoff team they might have beat that year would have been New Orleans. Oh well, swept those gots two years later in the WCF.
    Yep, that was a fool's gold team with awful defense that relied heavily on Richard Jefferson and George Hill, two soft ass players that the bed when teams needed them most. Plus an aging McDyess and that awful Bonner/Blair lineup plus Tiago being stuck on the bench. Not surprising the Grizzlies beat them, but we ended that in 2013, 2016, and 2017. anyway.

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    6X ST MVP Spurtacular's Avatar
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    Yep, that was a fool's gold team with awful defense that relied heavily on Richard Jefferson and George Hill, two soft ass players that the bed when teams needed them most. Plus an aging McDyess and that awful Bonner/Blair lineup plus Tiago being stuck on the bench. Not surprising the Grizzlies beat them, but we ended that in 2013, 2016, and 2017. anyway.
    Still had an HOF 3 that wins that series conservatively nine times out of ten when healthy IMO.

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    lol i remember the days when spurfans here were guaranteeing a threepeat because they signed antonio mcdyess
    I don't recall anybody ever saying that. Spurs signed Dice in the summer of '09 and were 2 years removed from winning a le. They didn't look like contenders during those 2 years. At the time it was considered a solid signing but not some big game changing move. I do remember everybody thinking that RJ would help bring the Spurs over hump and get them 1 more le.

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    6X ST MVP Spurtacular's Avatar
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    lol i remember the days when spurfans here were guaranteeing a threepeat because they signed antonio mcdyess
    daslicer just sliced this sh** take up, tbh.

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    I remember 2011. That was the year Phil was ushered out of the league via a 40pt ass whoopin in Dallas.
    Yep. When Shannon Brown laid with MVPau's GF it was all downhill from there. Costed Kobe #6! SMH

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    Felix you son of a you.

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    lol i remember the days when spurfans here were guaranteeing a threepeat because they signed antonio mcdyess
    BAAAAAAHHHAAHAHA!! Never even repeated once!

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    Boiled down:::

    Duncan: 4.61**
    Randolph: 0


    Let us proceed...
    FIFY, no need to thank me.

    **1999 season had 50 games. 50 82 = 0.61. The 1999 "champions" deserves an asterisk and only 61% of a real lePERIOD.

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    At least he didn’t get beat by Austin croschere.
    Neither did Kobe.

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    If I recall, Memphis actually tanked so they could draw SA in RD 1. They knew they held the advantage down low.

    Credit to Jim for revitalizing his career after that.
    Now that's some swag.

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