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TIM DUNCAN, 8th place, 2006 MVP balloting (Tony Parker finished 9th… can you feel the dynasty?) PS The Mavs are finally Dallas again, since they have D. Too bad scoring under 90 puts them in a strong statistical likelihood of losing to the Spurs.

Even more interesting than the news that Tim Duncan woke up at 6am on Sunday and had one of his best offensive performances of the season, was this bit about Bruce Bowen: With a little more than two minutes remaining, Bowen took a pass from Parker and buried the go-ahead 3-pointer. It was the only shot the Spurs made in the last 5:21 and one of only three 3-pointers they…

‘We need to finish this series, definitely ” -Tony Parker, after Game 5

- San Antonio ranked first in scoring differential with 6.81 points per game. – San Antonio ranked second in the league in defense, allowing 88.75 points per game. – San Antonio ranked second in the league in three-point field goal percentage, 38.5%. – San Antonio tied for third in the league in field goal percentage, shooting 47.2% from the floor. – San Antonio ranked third in the league in field…

“The only thing you can worry about is winning championships, because that’s what you are going to be remembered by.” -Bonzi Wells, 2006 playoffs (By Bonzi Wells’ account, and give it up to the man for he is playing better playoff hoops than anyone in the league by virtue of the fact his huge performances are against The Spurs… this dynastic team will be remembered)

I AM IRON MAN 9-12 from the field, 6-7 from the FT line. 9 boards. 5 assists to go with his 24pts. Make no mistake, Tim Duncan is the best basketball player in the world, and he makes Manu possible. Big props to Manu of course, who not only had a strong game in scoring, but also got a pair of blocks. The Spurs are headed to the next round…

Here is a special gift to all our loyal readers who may be in a funk since our team’s losses in Sacramento. Enjoy!

It was in the bag. It was Sacto’s one big shot at a win. They pulled one out. The Spurs got the Annual Round-One Wakeup Call, and Game 4 will be an overwhelming response. Expect the Spurs to control the 4th quarter, if not the 2nd half. NICE NUMBERS:* Tony is 17-18 from the FT line in the playoffs, averaging 6.7 assists, 19.7 pts per game. Make no mistake, this…

There’s no question this would make me run away in fear. Well, Bessie, bring out the gimp and take the red-headed stepchild out behind the shed! That was an LAPD-style, can’t-we-all-just-get-along, royal rectum-ripping the likes of which Bramlet has never seen in 18 years of watching Spurs playoff basketball. Absolutely breathtaking. (By the way, now I guess we know where Manu gets his strange athleticism: his Spider-Man underwear. But I…

Don’t forget to give Sean Marks his blazer back.