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Nba Playoffs Rd 1: [1] San Antonio Spurs Vs. [8] Utah Jazz

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • San Antonio Spurs
    • Utah Jazz
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Spurs take care of business today. Might end up being a sweep.

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Tim Duncan looked great and had some powerful dunks. Watch out for the Spurs.

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Duncan did look good today. Parker still playing at a high level. You gotta love those Spurs.

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It's good seeing S-Jax playing good in San Antonio, and since he got there they have been that much better.... I still root for most of the former Bobcat Players who did a decent stent here.

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Spurs beatin Utah like they stole somethin. Watch out OKC and LAL!

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I'm skeptical they can play this well against the better teams in the West, but would love to see Duncan and gang go out with another ring.

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Spurs sweep!

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i knew this poo would happen. i was pulling for phoenix to make it in so they could atleast have a chance of winning 1 game. utah had no chance from the start.

you guys are sleeping on san antonio for some reason.

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