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Express-News: Hot, cold and just warming up: Mix of global winners
Express-News: Detroit finds Game 7 loss tough to take
Detroit News: Spurs knew how to dethrone tough champs
ESPN.com: In Tim they trust: Duncan shows true MVP form
Rub it in playfully with NBA E-cards presented by Bud Light.
Best known for averaging a triple-double for the entire 1961-62 season, Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson blogs throughout the Finals.
The chance to see grandson Beno play in the Finals was too great for 82-year-old Franc Udrih to pass up, so he boarded a plane for the first time in his life.
No stage is larger than Game 7 of the Finals. One man played in five and never lost, while it took another man five to get one win.
Horry | Jordan Pt. 1 & Pt. 2 | Magic | Bird | Reggie
Like Father, Like Son: Brent Barry shares a championship moment with his father, Rick Barry, who led Golden State to the 1975 NBA title.
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Make the Finals your own with a screensaver and wallpapers, free and exclusively for Fan Center members.
Check out these great Finals performances from Will Smith, Alanis Morissette, and Dave Matthews.