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Old 06-18-13, 10:14 AM
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okay, trying to remain positive, here goes. no, the Spurs most likely not shoot 60%, but neither will Miami be likely to shoot 50+% from three point land. The spurs had a high turn over rate their last two games and one would think they will avoid that trifecta. Stanrgely, Danny was the only one really hitting any threes last game. The Spurs have not really had a "Spurs like" assist game for a while. in other words, though they were pretty much in control the other night, they have yet to play one really spectacular game this entire series. In other words, they may well be in the right spot for one tonight. I say this in spite of the way things have played here with them playing every other day.


Enough of the supporting cast has shown the ability and mind set to step up when needed to make me feel they can pull it off tonight. The major things tonight will be ball security and rebounds. Have said for a while now, the first to team to win two in a row will win. Of course the Spurs can also win just by continuing to win every other game, but it will be much easier on those with cardiac problems if they just put the whole thing to rest right here and now.
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