Full of emotions: Whether it be Jerry Stackhouse's glare, Terry's jab, Finley's three emphatic dunks or Mavericks owner Mark Cuban's criticism of Spurs' fans, the series hasn't lacked for emotional moments.
None, however, were more surprising than what transpired in the second quarter of Friday's game when Tim Duncan picked up his third foul and exchanged words with Mavericks assistant coach Del Harris. After Duncan complained about the call, Harris said something to him. Duncan offered a retort and the exchange continued for about a minute.
Harris isn't the first coach to complain about Duncan's complaining. Los Angeles Lakers coach Phil Jackson told him to stop whining after a call in the 2004 Western Conference semifinals.