NBA.com's Finals Blog
The first and last word on The Finals.
The Big O Blog
Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson blogs throughout The Finals.
Tim Duncan leads the San Antonio Spurs to the 2005 title; earns MVP.
Losing the Fight
The Detroit Pistons gave it their all, but fell short of their goal.
Inside the Numbers: Game 7
18,797 fans in San Antonio. 22,076 fans in Detroit. Get more numbers on Game 7.
Brooks & Dunn to Perform Prior to Game 7
Country music stars will perform the U.S. national anthem at the SBC Center prior to Game 7 of The Finals.
The Road is Where the Heart Is
Home court doesn't matter. Or so the Detroit Pistons will have you believe as they stare down Thursday's decisive contest in San Antonio.
Time For Tim
Spurs will try to ride Duncan in Game 7.
Where Legends Are Born: Game 7
Make no mistake, Game 7 is Where Legends Are Born.
Pistons still beating the odds in title defense.
Spurs fall into fourth quarter funk.
The Beno Bunch
Family travels to U.S. to support rookie's title hopes.
Inside the Numbers: Game 6
We take a look at the numbers leading up to the possible NBA Championship-clinching contest.
Where Legends Are Born: Robert Horry
Robert Horry's heroics in Game 5 of the 2005 NBA Finals brought back memories of Big Shot Rob. Do you remember how he got that name?
Who's A Big Shot Now?
Billups and Horry traded big shots down the stretch of Game 5, but Horry hit the biggest of them all.
Robert Horry lifts Spurs to overtime win in Game 5.
Movin' On Up
NBA assistants get shot at head coaching jobs.
TOPS IN BLUE to Perform Before Game 6
As part of a salute to the men and women of our Armed Forces, all-active-duty special unit of the United States Air Force, performs the U.S. national anthem before Game 6 of The Finals.
Game 5 Finals Heroics
Memorable performances with the series knotted.
Inside the Numbers: The Finals
Through Game 4, what do the numbers say?
Sighted at Game 5: Matthew Modine
NBA.com caught up with Modine for a few questions before Game 5 in Detroit.
The media is a big part of The Finals.
Where Legends Are Born: Michael Jordan, Part II
Take a look at four of Jordan's greatest performances in the three Finals the Bulls won in 1996, 1997 and 1998.
Did You Hear The One About The ...
The Pistons are "jokey jokey" after big wins in Games 3 and 4.
Win Running Away
Known for its D, Detroit turns on the jets in Game 4.
Spurs struggle at The Palace for a second straight game.
Rolling the 'Dyess
After trying to walk away from the game he loves, Antonio McDyess is again chasing his dream: an NBA Championship ring.
Manu struggles, Rip explodes for the first time.
ĎFro or Cornrows?
Ben Wallace lets his hair down and gets aggressive in Game 3.
Spurs squander the chance to go up 3-0 on Detroit.
Home (Bitter)sweet Home
Detroit returns home, hoping to regain its confidence and turn this series around.
Spurs In Charge
San Antonio dominates the championship series thus far.
Ginobili Drives Viewership
Spurs' Manu Ginobili drives record global viewership of the Finals.
The Pistons lack aggressiveness in Game 2 loss at San Antonio.
Spurs Leaving Pistons in the Dust
Spurs grab 2-0 lead, history on their side.
Courtside Sightings: Behind Enemy Lines
Pistons fans display their pride in San Antonio.
The Pride of Argentina
Manu Ginobili continues to raise the popularity of the NBA and basketball in his home country.
A Reason to Smile
With the nervousness of playing in the Finals behind them, the Pistons reserves are ready for a better showing in Game 2.
We Are Family
Tight-knit Pistons ballclub lends each other support after loss.
The Quiet Storm
Duncan doesn't get ink, but does the job.
Bowen quietly dominates Game 1
These Three Things ...
NBA.com has found a few things about the players in The Finals that you might not know.
The Wallace Impact
The Pistons must find a way to get Rasheed Wallace, who was limited to only six shots in Game 1 loss, more involved in their offense.
Ginobili's fourth quarter spurt keys Spurs' Game 1 win.
Blaha Talks Pistons
The voice of the Pistons gives his take on the Finals.
A Good Long Talk
Former Piston John Long analyzes the 2005 NBA Finalists.
NBA Legends: Finals Interviews
Legends talk title from the SBC Center.
Detroitís Title Hopes Start in the Backcourt
The Pistons and Spurs guard play promises to be intriguing.
Ginobili the X-Factor
Emerging Spurs star could put his team over the top
Let Me Tell You About My Best Friend
Larry Brown and Gregg Popovich share a kinship.
Inside the Numbers: The Finals
Detroit and San Antonio set to take on one another for the title.
The 2005 Finals to Reach More Than 3.1 Billion Worldwide
Take a look at activities in San Antonio, Texas and Detroit, by the numbers.
NBA Announces Musical Entertainment For The Finals
Stevie Wonder, Will Smith, Alanis Morissette and Kelly Clarkson headline pregame performances at The Finals.
NBA Legends Join NBA TVís Crew For Finals Pregame Coverage
Coverage includes studio shows, daily highlights, top plays and postgame interviews.
The Finals to Feature Record Seven International Players
Ginobili, Parker highlight players from overseas drawing a record 42 international telecasters with on-site coverage of San Antonio and Detroit.
NBA.com's Click and Roll heads to San Antonio for the Spurs-Pistons title bout.
Where Legends Are Born: Michael Jordan, Part I
Take a look at MJ's first five great playoffs performances.
One Word: Showtime
A look back at the 1985 Lakers.
Spurs Mailbox: Bruce Bowen
Send Bruce a question via e-mail and we'll post his answers during the Finals.
Pistons Mailbox: Antonio McDyess
Send Antonio a question via e-mail and we'll post his answers during the Finals.