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Western Conference Finals Game 4 vs. Los Angeles: Lakers 93, Spurs 91 (3-1) I’m angry. I’m angry that the NBA gave this bullshit apology about the no-call the day after the game. Our coaches and players already said it wasn’t a foul. Why couldn’t we just move on? I’m angry that some of our fans think we were robbed and justified in winning a game we had absolutely no business…

Brent Barry’s days in the NBA are numbered, as they are for all players, of course. But Barry is 36 years old and his career will be over soon — maybe next week, maybe next year. Years from now, if anyone remembers last night’s game, it will not be for Barry’s heroic efforts on offense, scoring a career playoff high 23 points, but instead for Derek Fisher’s foul on Barry…

We love numbers at SpursDynasty.com and we tend toward the superstitious side, so its no coincidence that our conversations often revolve around numbers. What numbers will matter most tonight? 4: points that the oddsmakers favor the Spurs by tonight. That’s pretty much a draw in my book, since home teams are usually favored by three or four as the default. In other words, the sports books expect a close game…

We win Game 3! So of course I rant. I destroy everything that I love. Such is my relationship with the world.

Last Friday before game two in Los Angeles, I wrote that the Lakers are the team that should really be nervous. Now its the Spurs turn, down 1-2, going into tonight’s game four. But there is plenty of anxiety to go around for both teams. Buck Harvey writes (“Lakers lack of muscle only historic“): Manu Ginobili can’t be any better than he was Sunday. Kobe Bryant can be. And the…

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…

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