Black Sports : Congratulation San Antonio SPURS 2005 world Champions

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  1. $$RICH$$

    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    CONGRATULATION S.A SPURS & Tim Duncan
    as 2005 NBA world Champions

    Defeated Detriot Piston 81 - 74

    big ups to the Pistons great game ..............
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    :terrific: :terrific: :terrific: :terrific: :terrific:
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  2. Monetary

    Monetary going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    CONGRATULATIONS, SPURS...GREAT GAME.

    Nothing but love to the San Antonio Spurs. They played a great game to win the NBA Championship of 2005....I must give props where props are due. The Piston offense didn't show up...and the Spurs did what they were supposed to do...and that's win the game. Mad props to the Spurs.

    Dapz...dapz...dapz...dapz.
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    Tim Duncan MVP ! congratulation brutha
    i'm happy for both teams who was the best of best to the end

    mad props to the Pistons as well for the heart and hard work from a
    rocky start of the year to be one standing at the end ....................
     
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    it was a real good game.
    i think the Pistons were poorly coached down the stretch.
    they did not go to Rasheed when they should have.
    i am not a Larry Brown fan.
     
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    panafrica Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    How can the Pistons offense show up, when it never existed to begin with?
     
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    panafrica Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I'm not a Larry Brown fan either, but I will give respect to Detriot Pistons fans & players...they went out like Champions should (fighting to the end)!
     
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    Monetary going above and beyond PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Come on now. See, that's what I'm talking about. If it never existed, then the Spurs should have swept. But, they didn't. The Spurs are good...but they're not as good as ya'll think they are.

    The coaching let the Pistons down. Billups stayed out of the game waaaayyyy too long. He never got his rhythm. Rip was the same ol' same ol'...hot, warm, luke warm, cold. He was just cold last night. The Pistons have a great team. They just have to be consist in all phases of the game.

    I give it to the Spurs. I thought it was gonna be a blowout when we had the little man/big man matchup in, I think, the fourth quarter. TD looked unstoppable.

    The announcer was right about the 3-point shooting in this series. Without 3-point shooting for the Pistons, it's a tossup between the Pistons and the Spurs. With it, the Spurs didn't stand a chance. Although, without the 3-point shooting, the Pistons could have pulled it out had Rip been on his game and Billups hadn't gotten cold sitting on the bench for so long.

    But, anyways...GREAT JOB SPURS. YOU DESERVED IT. DAPZ.
     
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    I won't front, I have to give The Spurs their props but I'm quite dissapointed in the Pistons.
     
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    Rich, I join you in congratulating the SPURS, who overcame a lot of pressure, and a great Pistons team, and can be called, arguably, the NBA team of this decade, thus far... Props to them, and the dethroned Champion Pistons for providing us with a series that definitely improved the NBA's image over the past 2 weeks...

    PEACE!
    Isaiah
     
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    Never existed is right. I don't know what they sniffed in the games where they scored over 90 pts, but that's not them. They were good, but their scoring was never going to lift them over the Spurs. It has to be defense for 48 minutes, because they can't score, and they didn't play D for 48 minutes.
     
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