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2013 NBA Finals thread: San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat

2013 NBA Finals thread: San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat

Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
Originally posted by teeohh:
Seriously thought that game was over with 19 seconds in the 4th. Shoot people were tweeting about Cleveland celebrating

a large chunk of miami fans were walking out, then tried to force their way back in. Horrible.

David Stern made the decision to get the trophy rolled out and ready in the 4th quarter
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Originally posted by DaManRathman:
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Originally posted by DaManRathman:
Marsh Hulked up, enemies disappeared

lol this

Originally posted by marshniners24:
You're a good dude

Btw is your name Dave?

Who is Dave?

I'll buy you a beer and tell you all about him

That sounds ghey

The buying a beer is part of the Dave story. Guess you really did miss that whole exchange.
Hope LeBron puts up more than 25 next game
Manu killed us. He single handedly kept Mia in the game all night. Still dont know why teams dont foul when they are up by three and the timeouts are done.
One game
One team
One goal

Hope Tim's knee is okay, Manu gets out of brainfart mode and Tony hits that 17 footer with zero hesitation
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Originally posted by DaManRathman:
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Originally posted by DaManRathman:
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Originally posted by DaManRathman:
Marsh Hulked up, enemies disappeared

lol this

Originally posted by marshniners24:
You're a good dude

Btw is your name Dave?

Who is Dave?

I'll buy you a beer and tell you all about him

That sounds ghey

The buying a beer is part of the Dave story. Guess you really did miss that whole exchange.

Oh...yea man. I haven't been in other threads. Right now...I've been in this thread 95% of the time when I'm on the zone. I was just kidding...I'm down for a beer anytime.
LaChoke lucky that Ray Allen saved his ass and the Spurs played stupid down the stretch.
[ Edited by susweel on Jun 19, 2013 at 10:30 AM ]
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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.
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
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.

There's one reason why the Spurs are an exception to not have an emotional breakdown:

[ Edited by Joecool on Jun 19, 2013 at 10:28 AM ]
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Originally posted by fortyninerglory:
I cant believe Jeff van douchebag complaining about the heat not getting called for fouls down the stretch when the refs were riding the spurs' sacs all game.

He's been hating on Heat all season long. Heat played on ABC quite a bit this year and every game he was hating on the Heat. But...he's no worse than Steve Kerr (when Heat were playing Chicago) and Reggie Miller (when Heat were playing Pacers). It's been annoying to hear such biased commentary for last two post-seasons.
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Originally posted by fortyninerglory:
I cant believe Jeff van douchebag complaining about the heat not getting called for fouls down the stretch when the refs were riding the spurs' sacs all game.

He's been hating on Heat all season long. Heat played on ABC quite a bit this year and every game he was hating on the Heat. But...he's no worse than Steve Kerr (when Heat were playing Chicago) and Reggie Miller (when Heat were playing Pacers). It's been annoying to hear such biased commentary for last two post-seasons.


Maybe it is because the Heat have that talent and they don't stay focused or let a Diaw guard the best player ever...honestly, Heat are frustrating to watch because they b***h out a lot.
Originally posted by Joecool:
One game
One team
One goal

Hope Tim's knee is okay, Manu gets out of brainfart mode and Tony hits that 17 footer with zero hesitation

It's amazing that the Spurs played as well as they did with Manu, Tony and Green having pretty bad games.
Originally posted by Joecool:
One game
One team
One goal

Hope Tim's knee is okay, Manu gets out of brainfart mode and Tony hits that 17 footer with zero hesitation

Wow Timmy had himself an amazing first half. That dude is legit!
What a game. Lebron carried his team back. He made some key mistakes, but s**t what a run. The 4th quarter is when he needed to come thru and he did. Also, the team looked the best when Wade was on the bench and LBJ was back in Cleveland. They looked a lot different when he came back with about four minutes left. Like Van Gundy said, that was a tough choice for Spols. Either way, LBJ carried his team back single handedly. Funny that people are hating on his f**kin triple double in the finals. My god man. The standard he is held to is ridiculous. Also, do people even care about defense? His D was outstanding.