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Join THE SPORTS RYDERS as we discuss the NBA Finals as the San Antonio Spurs look to add jewelry to Timmie Duncan's collection while putting a final dagger in the heart of Lebrons Miami Heats foot soldiers. TSR will examine how the Spurs are so dominate and if this could mark the end of the Big 3 in south beach as we know it. TSR will also peek in on the US Open and MLB. Come along for the Ryde on THE ULTIMATE SPORTS TALK EXPERIENCE!!
The San Antonio Spurs have now won five championships in 15 years.
With that in mind, are the Spurs a dynasty? Earlier this season, Phil Jackson said they were not.
During the 15-year run, the Spurs have not won back-to-back titles. However, does that negate them as a dynasty?
What are the legacies of Tim Duncan and Gregg Popovich?
Duncan is considered the greatest power forward of all-time, but where does he rank amongst the best overall?
He made NBA history by becoming the first player to start on a championship team in three different decades.
Did Popovich secure his place on the Mount Rushmore of coaches?
Michael Scotto of SheridanHoops joined Yahoo! Sports Radio hosts Anthony Pepe and Mark Linehan to discuss San Antonio’s validity as a dynasty and the legacies of Tim Duncan and Gregg Popovich.
Ok we all know the NBA Finals is tonight, and we all know the Matchup! Well I just want to give a little preview to the game and get you guys hyped up to see what should be a very entertaining finals! Will the King be dethroned and will the Geriatric Spurs visit their fountain of youth and overwhelm the Heat with their overall team play! Just strap in your seatbelts and get ready for another wild ass ride on the All-New "Jay Byrd Show!"
The San Antonio Spurs set the standard last night defeating the Miami Heat 104-87. The Spurs beat the Heat in five games, which some predicted, but not by 15 or more points in each outing. The ball movement, depth and determination to come out on top was too much for LeBron James and company. James will catch flak, as always, but should he? Did any other team beat the Spurs in a seven game series? This Spurs team is the best I ever remember seeing in my 23 years of existence.
Did the San Antonio Spurs use the NBA Finals to expose the Miami Heat as a one-man team?
In their dismantling of the two-time defending NBA champions, the Spurs proved the old basketball adage that five beats one every time - even if that one is LeBron James, the best player on the planet.
In this interview with Tony D of Yahoo Sports Radio that took place less than an hour after Game 5 had ended, Chris Bernucca of SheridanHoops.com talks about how San Antonio's system of incorporating all five players in its offense makes the Spurs nearly impossible to guard, while the disappearance of Heat stars Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh left James on an island.
As the offseason approaches, do the Heat now have less than a "Big Three"? And with the emergence of Kawhi Leonard as NBA Finals MVP, do the Spurs now have a "Big Four"? Those questions and others are answered in this wide-ranging interview.
With the NBA Finals taking place later tonight, I'll break down the series between the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat. The Heat are looking to three-peat, but are the Spurs too deep? Should San Antonio be favored? I'll go over the key factors to the series as well as my prediction for how the series will turn out. Also, what will Miami do over the offseason, regardless of whether they win or lose? Will the big three stay together?
Marc Griffin and Phil Boileau discuss the San Antonio Spurs vs. Miami Heat NBA Finals Rematch:
The coaching duel: Erik Spoelstra vs. Gregg Popovich.
The Spurs attempt at redemption.
Key Injuries: Tony Parker, Chris Andersen, and Ray Allen.
Matchups: Manu Ginoboli vs. Dwyane Wade. LeBron vs. Kawhi Leonard.
Legacies: LeBron James Three Peat vs. Tim Duncan's 5th Title.
Who will win it all?
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