Suns Sweep Spurs, Demons, Out the Door

May 10th, 2010 by Matt Petersen Leave a reply »
First of all, I called this before the season started (check upper-right written date). And yeah, I'm rubbing it in the faces of anyone who read and ridiculed.

True to their Cinderella status, the Suns used their brooms on the team responsible for kicking them down again and again.

Phoenix got a lot of help from the Spurs, too. San Antonio failed to execute, or handle the ball that matter, in the methodical manner that saw it triumph so many times in the past.

It was only fitting the game play out in the nail-biting, injury-riddling manner that has defined the history between the two teams. In the end, Phoenix could only ultimately exorcise their black-and-silver demons in conditions that previously caused them to fall.

The signs didn't add up to a Suns win as obviously as the previous three games. In fact, they probably reminded Suns fans of the bitter past.

Tony Parker, bum shoulder and all, reacquainted himself with the paint, getting layup after layup.  The game was on track to be a low-scoring affair.  Steve Nash featured a mangled mug in crunch time. The Spurs managed to make Suns' fans hearts sink i ...

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