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Game 2 recap and last Friday’s Steve Mason show. Blarg.

“I blame myself for these two losses. It should be 1-1. My mind is not fatigued. I need to step up. It will be different in Game 3.”–Manu Ginobili “I think being out of gas had somewhat of an effect, but not as much as the good play of the Lakers. We definitely have to have more people playing better to get this done. We thought our last game was…

During TNT’s “Inside the NBA,” at the end of game one between the Spurs and Lakers, Reggie Miller was ready to call the series. “This is very reminiscent of when the Spurs beat the Suns in game one in the first round series. Emotionally it took everything out of Phoenix and they could not regroup in that series. I don’t think the Spurs can regroup, being up 20 points in…

Long time readers of SpursDynasty know that Bramlet Abercrombie is a big believer in voodoo. In keeping with his ritual of bringing down the wrath of the vodun on the opponent, Bramlet has supplied us this downloadable PDF. Click here to downloadWhat you do with this is, of course, up to you, but Bramlet recommends that you: Cast Pop-Pops (or some variant such as “Party Snaps” or “Snap Dragons”) upon…

Celtics or Pistons? How many games? Pistons in 5 Pistons in 6 Pistons in 7 Celtics in 7 Celtics in 6 Celtics in 5 Who cares, it’s the Eastern Conference See Results

I know this will come off immature, but all in all yesterday might have been one of the 50 worst days of my life. Probably 30 of those involve sports, in one way or another. The whole day was filled with bad omens. I was scheduled to do this radio interview with some LA Times Lakers blog, I think, and it was supposed to be like 20 minutes long and…

That’s what Gregg Popovich said, referring to last night’s loss to the Lakers, but he might as well have been talking about Manu Ginobili. Johnny Ludden writes: [Manu Ginobili] had a long red scratch on his left shoulder, another on his waist, and one of the fingernails from his trusted shooting hand was missing, battle scars all. Each step toward the shower seemed to bring only more pain. Brent Barry…

Yesterday I posed the question to SpursDynasty readers, “Spurs or Lakers? How many games?” So far 82 have answered, and more than half say, “Spurs in 6.” TheLakersNation.com posted the same question and got the same answer, only in reverse – Lakers in 6. No serious fan would believe that either of these teams could sweep this series, and no fans of either team should want to see this series…

Granted, some of us really don’t care what Lakers fans think. I’m a lifelong Spurs fan, first and foremost, but I am also an NBA fan. If the Spurs weren’t marching towards their fifth title, I would still be watching these playoffs. I appreciate that some other fans are just as fanatical about their team as I am about mine. So with that in mind, here are what Lakers fans…

Here’s the Game 7 recap and Game 1 preview, and the link is there for my radio spot on The Steve Mason Show on ESPN Radio 710 AM in LA. It was recorded the day of Game 7. I’ll also be on the show this Wednesday and Friday at 2:25 p.m. I believe.