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Nba Playoffs Rd 2: [1] San Antonio Spurs Vs. [5] Los Angeles Clippers

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  1. 1. Who will win?

    • San Antonio Spurs
    • Los Angeles Clippers

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[1] San Antonio Spurs (48-16)


PG-#9 Tony Parker

France '01

6'2 180 lbs

18.3 PPG 2.8 RPG 7.7 APG


SG-#4 Danny Green

UNC '09

6'6 210 lbs

9.0 PPG 3.5 RPG 1.3 APG 42.4 3PT%


SF-#2 Kawhi Leonard

San Diego State '11

6'6 225 lbs

8.0 PPG 5.2 RPG 1.1 APG 38.7 3PT%


PF-#21 Tim Duncan

Wake Forest '97

6'11 260 lbs

15.4 PPG 9.0 RPG 2.3 APG 1.5 BPG


C-#33 Boris Diaw

France '03

6'8 245 lbs

4.7 PPG 4.1 RPG 2.2 APG


PG-#14 Gary Neal

SG-#20 Manu Ginobili

SF-#3 Stephen "Captain" Jackson

PF-#15 Matt Bonner

C-#45 DeJuan Blair

C-#22 Tiago Splitter



Gregg Poppovich

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[5] Los Angeles Clippers (40-26)


PG-#3 Chris Paul

Wake Forest '05

6'0 175 lbs

19.6 PPG 3.5 RPG 9.1 APG 2.5 SPG 36.2 3PT% 85.9 FT%


SG-#4 Randy Foye

Villanova '06

6'4 213 lbs

10.9 PPG 2.1 RPG 2.2 APG 39.1 3PT%


SF-#5 Caron Butler


6'7 228 lbs

12.0 PPG 3.7 RPG 1.2 APG 35.83PT%


PF-#32 Blake Griffin

Oklahoma '09

6'10 252 lbs

20.4 PPG 10.9 RPG 3.1 APG 54.1 FG%


C-#6 DeAndre Jordan

Texas A&M '08

6'11 265 lbs

7.5 PPG 8.2 RPG 2.1 BPG 63.3 FG%


PG-#12 Eric Bledsoe

SG-#25 Mo Williams

SF-#11 Nick Young

PF-#30 Reggie Evans

C-#2 Kenyon Martin



Vinny Del Neegro


Clippers showed some heart and toughness winning a Game 7 on the road in Memphis today. But this round is when the fantasy ride ends. San Antonio is the monkey on Chris Paul's back. Its the team that ended his memorable playoff run with the Hornets in '08 and its the team that usually gives him problems. I don't think this series will be any different. San Anton will dispose of the Clipps in 5 games. I expect Tony Parker to have another huge series this round.

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Spurs in 6.

Unless......the long break has messed with the Spur's chi and a suddenly confident Clipper bunch shows no fear.

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Chris Paul finally gets by San Antonio.

Clips in 6

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Spurs in 7. CP3 will be the reason this series goes 7, but San Antonio is such a deep and great coached team LA won't be able to knock em' out.

Parker vs CP3 is going to be something else! :o

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Even though Blake Griffin looks good tonight, Spurs got Lob City in the headlock right now. Up by 10 in the 3rd and seeming to get whatever they want. Cp3 hasnt played great so far against this Spurs D, we'll see what he does in the 4th. 11 rebounds and 5 assists for the Frenchie Boris Diaw. I remember Bobcat fans TRASHING this guy just yesterday. Now he has a chance to win a chip in Texas.

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fuging frenchman. He's got 5 offensive rebounds through 3 quarters, I havent seen this kind of hustle from Boris since the buffet line at Golden Corral

It is weird watching Capt Jack and Diaw playing for the same team in the playoffs. The bobcats would have had quite a team if we could have surrounded those guys with Parker Ginobli and Duncan

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Spurs win Game 1.

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Spurs handle the Clippers once again beating them 105-88 to go up 2-0. This Spurs team is playin out of there mind right now... And who would've thought Tony Parker would make Chris Paul look so bad?

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Boris Diaw... He only does everything.

Spurs are 26-2 since Diaw arrived. The true MVP.

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