Tim Eh: Spurs Can No Longer Stop Suns or Duncan’s Dimunition

May 10th, 2010 by Robert Kleeman Leave a reply »
With one flick of his wrists and in one motion, Jason Richardson buried the Spurs.

With a hand in his face and three seconds left on the shot clock, he pulled up from the right wing and saved a broken play with the dagger triple.

Steve Nash bled again, but the Spurs were the ones in need of an elusive bandaid.

The Phoenix Suns shot as well as a team with human beings can, maybe better. At times, they drilled jumpshots with robotic accuracy.

Championships are rarely won this way, and that applies to both sides. The Suns won't be as unconscious against the defending champion L.A. Lakers.

The Spurs, despite their vehement protestations, did make things tough on the Suns.

Their effort might have been good enough to beat a few other squads. Not piping hot Phoenix.

The sharpshooting team from the desert burned its South Texas tormentors with a 107-101 victory.

Get out your brooms. For just the second time in the Tim Duncan era, the Spurs could not win a game in a playoff series.

They didn't lose by 29, as they did to the L.A. Lakers in 2001, but it still hurt. The pain wi ...

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