Thunder mauled Mavs, take commanding 3-0 series lead

The Oklahoma City Thunder get off to a quick start, on their way to a 95-79 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday night for a commanding 3-0 series lead over the defending NBA champions. After two close games on their home court, the young Thunder ran away in Game 3. The Mavericks never led in the…

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Spurs less Parker rolled over Mavericks

This article is cross posted at Spurs Basketball. With Tony Parker sitting out because of a strained left hamstring, Manu Ginobili started at the point and delivered 11 points, seven assists and seven rebounds in 28 minutes of action, leading the San Antonio Spurs to a 104-87 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Friday night.…

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Video: Game Recap – Spurs rout Mavs 93-71

The San Antonio Spurs notch their 5th home win of the season using a blistering perimeter shooting to start the game. The Mavericks tried to put up a better effort during the second half, but both looked tired because of their heavy game schedules. In the end, the Spurs prevailed because of the big cushion…

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San Antonio gave Dallas a Texas Beat Down

On the second night of back-to-backs and their first season game against their rival the Dallas Mavericks, the San Antonio Spurs used a scorching perimeter game to jump out to a 29-11 lead during the first quarter and finished the opening period with 31-17 advantage. Mavericks point guard Jason Kidd injured his lower back in the first quarter,…

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Amnesty cuts: Who could be on the chopping block?

Last week, it was reported that an amnesty provision could be a part of the new labor agreement. With that in mind, it would be interesting to talk about on which players should be released by their NBA teams once the provsion takes effect. Here’s how each Southwest division teams could use their amnesty clause. DALLAS…

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Former Spur Mahinmi won his first NBA title

After two disappointing seasons with the San Antonio Spurs, Ian Mahinmi was waived by San Antonio and was eventually picked up by the Dallas Mavericks to add depth to their big man rotation. The 6-foot-11 center from France was selected at the 28th pick by the Spurs in the first round of the 2005 NBA…

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