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San Antonio Spurs Season Preview

Fun fact: The Spurs have not missed the playoffs since 1996, that was before drafting one Tim Duncan. It will certainly be weird not seeing the all-time great suit up for the Spurs now that he’s retired. He is arguably the greatest power forward to every play the game of basketball and a top 20 player ever. With Duncan gone, it... Read More
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KD and Russ looking to deliver knockout blow to Spurs

The second round heavyweight fight in the Western Conference between the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs could see its final round tonight. The Thunder took a 3-2 series lead heading back home after winning Game 5 on the road in San Antonio. The dynamic, superstar duo of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook have pretty much done it all... Read More
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Taking a glance at the NBA Playoffs

The Cleveland Cavaliers were the first team to advance to the Conference Finals after sweeping the Atlanta Hawks. The other six teams remaining, however, will continue to battle it out to inch one step closer to the NBA Finals. While the Cavs now get some rest, (a scary thought for their next opponent) the other three series are far from... Read More
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Spurs quietly sweep Grizzlies

The San Antonio Spurs put up quite the historical season, posting a record of 67-15, becoming just the 11th team in NBA history to win at least 67 games. However, the Spurs, despite their historical campaign, were overshadowed by the Golden State Warriors, who set the NBA record with 73 wins. For San Antonio, that’s perfectly fine with them as... Read More
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Spurs, Texas welcome Aldridge’s decision

The San Antonio Spurs don’t know how to stay bad or mediocre, even by their high standards for long. After getting bounced out of the first round in an exciting series against the Clippers, the Spurs decided it was time to reload. That’s the sign of great organizations, they don’t stay down for long, if at all. Look at what... Read More
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Kevin Durant Was Absolutely Correct About Kawhi Leonard

The aftermath of the NBA Finals showed the Spurs were a better team than the Miami Heat. San Antonio coasted to a 4-1 series win as Tim Duncan won his fifth title. But Duncan was not the main attraction in the series. Third-year small forward Kawhi Leonard was special in the last three games of the series, averaging 23.7 points... Read More
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Drive for Five Complete: An MMOS Reaction to the NBA Finals

The NBA Finals might not give us the best rating numbers we’ve seen. It probably didn’t do as well on television as we’d all like to have thought. In my Finals guide, I thought that there’d be a distinct taste among fans for the rivalry brewing between these two sides, but we never really got a chance to see that... Read More
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Your MMOS Guide To The NBA Finals

Another year of NBA basketball is almost in the books. The 2013-14 season gave us one hell of a ride. From Derrick Rose breaking again to Dwyane Wade getting weekly maintenance to Goran Dragic’s rise to Steve Nash’s fall–the list could go on and on forever. But let’s turn our attention to the matter at hand–the NBA Finals. The Finals... Read More
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San Antonio Spurs Abuse Thunder on Both Ends

The San Antonio Spurs are clearly a team on a mission. After dropping the Trail Blazers in just five games, they’re looking to do the exact same thing with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Of course, it shouldn’t be as easy because this is a team with a top flight point guard at the helm and the league’s MVP. Both of... Read More
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Western Conference Final Preview: Spurs-Thunder

The Spurs will take on the Thunder in the Western Conference Finals, a match up most predicted all season long. The top seeded Spurs look to be a slight favorite over the second seeded Thunder, despite the Thunder posting a 4-0 against the Spurs in the regular season. This is largely contributed to the fact the Thunder will be missing Serge... Read More
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