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NBA Playoffs Rd 2: Phoenix Suns vs. San Antonio Spurs

Who will win?   15 members have voted

  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Phoenix Suns
    • San Antonio Spurs

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(3) Phoenix Suns (53-28)

STARTING 5

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PG #13 Steve Nash

6'3 178 lbs

Santa Clara '96

16.6 PPG 11.0 APG 50.7 FG% 93.8 FT% 42.4 3PT%

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SG #23 Jason Richardson

6'6 225 lbs

Michigan State '01

15.7 PPG 5.1 RPG 39.2 3PT%

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SF #33 Grant Hill

6'8 225 lbs

Duke '94

11.3 PPG 5.5 RPG 2.4 APG 44.7 3PT%

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PF #1 Amar'e "STAT" Stoudemire

6'10 249 lbs

Cypress Creek HS '02 (Orlando, FL)

23.2 PPG 9.0 RPG 55.8 FG%

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C #20 Jarron Collins

6'11 249 lbs

Stanford '01

1.0 PPG 1.8 RPG

BENCH

PG-Goran Dragic

SG-Leandro Barbosa

SF-Jared Dudley

PF-Louis Amundson

C-Channing Frye

HEAD COACH

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Alvin Gentry

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(7) San Antonio Spurs (50-31)

STARTING 5

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PG #3 George Hill

6'2 190 lbs

IUPUI '08

12.4 PPG 2.9 APG 39.9 3PT%

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SG #20 Manu Ginobili

6'6 205 lbs

Argentina '99

16.5 PPG 4.9 APG 3.8 RPG 37.7 3PT%

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SF #24 Richard Jefferson

6'7 225 lbs

Arizona '01

12.3 PPG 4.4 RPG 2.0 APG

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PF #21 Tim "The Big Fundamental" Duncan

6'11 260 lbs

Wake Forest '97

17.9 PPG 10.1 RPG 1.5 BPG 51.8 FG%

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C #34 Antonio McDyess

6'9 245 lbs

Alabama '95

5.8 PPG 5.9 RPG

BENCH

PG-Tony Parker

SG-Keith Bogans

SF-Malik Hairston

PF-Matt Bonner

C-Dejuan Blair

HEAD COACH

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Gregg Popovich

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Suns always struggle with the Spurs in the playoffs. Nash will have to make me a believer facing Hill/Parker/Ginobili. Im gonna take the Spurs in 6 games.

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Accidentally voted for Spurs, meant to do Suns.

I had Suns beating the Spurs before the playoffs began, so I will stick with that.

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Spurs in 6

Suns are going to have to wait another year to get a shot at dem Spurs.

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I like the spurs in 6.

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I'll take Spurs in 7, they play defense more consistently!

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Suns are going to wear their 'Los Suns' jerseys. Team ownership obviously supports illegal immigration because for them it equals more fans. Really embarssing stuff but that's America.

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