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http://poundingtherock.com/story/2007/4/30/222759/875 Got it in, with 4 minutes to go before Game 4!

http://poundingtherock.com/story/2007/4/30/51112/4913 There’s no time!!!!

Ah well, it wasn’t easy or particularly enjoyable at times, but that’s one. Just a mere 15 to go. Overall I thought it was an uneven performance where both teams got better offensively and worse defensively as the game wore on. Wait, why am I writing this stuff above the scoreline? Game 2 Denver @ San Antonio: Spurs 97, Nuggets 88 (1-1)Where was I? Oh right, anyway for the most…

Okay, here’s the deal. I basically killed myself Tuesday night/Wednesday morning writing a couple of stories. I messed up my system something awful on No-Doz, and I’m just now recovering from an awful headache I had pretty much all of Thursday. To say I’ve fallen behind on the basketball writing would be a bit of an understatement, akin to suggesting that I was less than pleased with Tony’s play in…

In case you have some time to kill before tomorrow’s game 3 in Denver, you’ll find some video highlights below. NBA TV Top 10: April 25 Spurs 97, Nuggets 88 (Game 2) Tim Duncan post-game interview Bowen, Finley and Ginobli: After the game Spurs coach Gregg Popovich on preparing for Game 3

Yesterday was Tim Duncan’s 31st birthday. To celebrate the occasion, his San Antonio Spurs managed to lose a 17 point lead in the fourth quarter against an NBA playoff team with Eduardo Najera in the rotation. Don’t get me wrong, I like Najera, and the rest of the Nuggets. I just didn’t think we would be playing them in late April. And I was still stinging from the close loss…

http://poundingtherock.com/story/2007/4/25/135246/416 Soooooo sleepy.

Poof. Just like that, the Spurs (and the Mavericks*) lost their homecourt advantage yesterday. Mr. Robot Face must screw head back on. (Jerry Lara/ Express-News)The good news is that the Spurs kept it close against the Nuggets, and came back to within two in the closing seconds, despite having a truly atrocious shooting day. I doubt that Iverson and Anthony will play this well again against the Spurs. How awful…

http://poundingtherock.com/story/2007/4/23/82521/6060 I am exhausted though.

In lieu of writing a new post, which would require time and energy that Bramlet unfortunately can’t spare today, I give you last year’s playoff post “How to Maximize the Spurs’ Mojo.” Let’s all do our part to ensure a Spurs victory tonight and another championship playoff run. I hope you find this inspirational. And I hope you find an undigested chicken head in your poop if you don’t. Apparently…