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Old 04-27-06, 05:15 PM
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Originally Posted by spurssheriff
Here's the strategy for Game 3:

1. The Spurs will CHANGE NOTHING.

It surprises me.... Kings' fans took something good out of Game 2 when in reality -- the Spurs
played about as poorly as they could -- yet still found a way to win the game. So Kings' fans
immediately jump to the conclusion that since they lost by 34 in Game 1, and had a chance to win
Game 2 -- that they will obviously win Game 3 since it's on their home court.

Dose of reality: The Spurs won't play that bad again in this series -- and the Kings won't play as good as they did. It was one of those nights where a good team would have slammed the door on the Spurs and finished the deal.

Instead -- the Kings folded up shop and now face a must win Game 3.

Who's the pressure REALLY on?
Game 2 was the "wake up call" for the Spurs. They will be focused and energized for game 3.
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