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San Antonio Spurs vs. Portland Trail Blazers Playoff Series Thread

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The top seeded spurs led by Tony Parker will face the red hot Portland Trail Blazers led by upcoming superstar tandem Damian Lillard and LaMarcus Aldridge. I think that the Trail Blazers will come out on top in this series but i think it will be a hard fought 6 or 7 game series.

 

Starters

Spurs:

Tony Parker

Danny Green

Kawhi Leonard

Tim Duncan

Thiago Splitter

 

 

 

Trail Blazers:

Damian Lillard

Wesley Mathhews

Nicolas Batum

LaMarcus Aldridge

Robin Lopez

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Portland in 6. Tim Duncan dies of old age in the 2nd quarter of game 2.

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I hope the young bulls take it.  I'm gonna go Blazers in 7.

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I do not like the spurs so I guess I'm going for the blazers

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Blazers got this. They are winning the ship.

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The Blazers are my favorite team still in it. It also makes me feel nice knowing we beat that team by 30.

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Portland getting blown out right now. The spurs are making them look like a jv squad. Hope Portland can figure it out or this series will be unwatchable and over in 4.

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Whoa wtf

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Well, time to call it a night.

29 point lead by The Spurs. Yeah... this one is over.

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