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GAME FOUR
June 14, 2007 // Quicken Loans Arena // Cleveland, OH
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At a glance...

Recap | Box Score | Quotes

Press Conference |

Highlights


Video:
Spurs Locker

True roundball royalty, the San Antonio Spurs are once again
wearing the crown.

MVP Tony Parker scored 24 points, Manu Ginobili had 27 -
13 in the fourth quarter - and the Spurs moved in among the
NBA's greatest franchises with an 83-82 victory Thursday
night for a sweep of the Cavaliers.

With their fourth championship since 1999 - and third in
five years - the Spurs joined the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles
Lakers and Chicago Bulls as the only teams in NBA history
to win four titles.


The Buzz
After winning
titles in four of nine seasons and three championships in
the last five seasons, all the talk is of the Spurs Dynasty.
Now the Spurs are a long way from Boston's 11 titles in 13
years but in this day and age of professional basketball
the answer is unequivicoally yes if you take Robert Horry's
word for it, "A dynasty is a team that's been dominant
over a 10-year span," Horry said. "Anything else,
is too short." Heading into its 10th season after winning
a championship the Spurs are still the team to beat.


Key Stat

20

LeBron
James was forced into 20 missed shots on the night, going
10-of-30 from the field for 24 points.
Photo Gallery

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Top Performers

Tony Parker

24 PTS
7 REB
1 FINALS MVP

Manu Ginobili

27 PTS
5 REB
1 STL


Video Links
  • All-Access: Spurs Celebration
  • Spurs Hoist Larry O'Brien Trophy
  • Assist of the Night: Manu Ginobili
  • Block of the Night: Tim Duncan
  • Tony Parker's Top 10 Finals Plays
  • Game 4: Spurs' Winning Run
  • Haier Play of the Day: Tony Parker
  • Winning
    Wallpapers


    Quote Of
    The Game

    “I'm going to enjoy this. I'm going to party all the way until the end of Tony Parker's wedding. And then I might relax a little bit.”

    - Michael Finley