Reserve guard Steve Kerr hit three fourth-quarter three-pointers as the Spurs defeated the Mavericks 90-78
on Thursday, advancing to NBA Finals 2003. San Antonio outscored Dallas 34-9 in the fourth quarter and next hosts New Jersey at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 4 (ABC).
Home Away From Home
He hasn’t been gone that long, but when a huge heart and spirit like Avery Johnson’s makes an exit, the void seems irreplaceable.
She is Go Spurs Go. He is Full Throttle. Somehow they manage to keep the friendship during this all Texas Western Conference Final.
Spurs 1-2 Punch Becoming 1-4
Tony Parker and Tim
Duncan are giving the Spurs a lethal inside-out presence.
Spurs Fans In The Big D
Fans in San Antonio can rest assured there
will be at least one voice in Dallas cheering along with them
when it’s time for “Go Spurs Go!”
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Minuto con Manu: A Look Back...But
Not For Long
You can’t imagine how it feels to be in the playoffs against the
Lakers, with everything they represent. So you probably can't
imagine how much better is to be able to knock
them out of competition, and even better, in the Staples Center…an
Spurs Rack Up Major NBA Awards
Not only did the Spurs capture the best record in the league this
year, they have put together an impressive collection of post-season