Originally posted by pantstickle:
He looked possessed out there. He did almost give the game away a couple of times, but they still pulled it off, largely because of him. Easily the most heart breaking loss I've experienced in sports. This is worse than .4 seconds as a Spurs fan, and, as a sports fan, worse than the Super Bowl (emotionally, at least).
Yea...he looked possessed. I liked how he mentioned his mistakes in the on court post-game interview when he was asked how he was able to bring his team back. He didn't talk s**t or took the credit, he called himself out on national tv for those mistakes. He's such a different person than he was couple of seasons ago.
Dude...if this was any other team...I'd say - they are done. After losing like that in game 6 with trophy gettin' rolled out...it's almost impossible for a team to get over that and play with energy necessary to win game 7 on the road. But, this team is an exception. They scheme better than any other team and I've no question that Pop will get these guys ready. Game 7 is still anyone's game.