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    it seems that the spurs came back and win the second game of the series with duncan in a great shape (32 pts, 15 rebounds)
    as was said before, game 1 was a lucky win for the mavs who actually lead for only 65 seconds the whole game

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    duncan 34, guess he'll be this year's mvp
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    this series is over
    spurs in finals

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    SA are playing home so, that will raze their chancess i guess
    still, i would like to see the mavs win this game
    would make the series more interesting, huh?

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    the mavs will win the series!or they will lose it in game 7

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    Originally Posted by laci_free
    the mavs will win the series!or they will lose it in game 7
    i find it hard to believe, but i guess we'll wait and see

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    same oppinion here

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    After one half of basketball tonight, the Dallas Mavericks appeared to be done, one of their finest seasons 24 minutes from ending. Down by 11 points and with their best player, Dirk Nowitzki, sidelined by a sprained left knee, the Mavericks were prime candidates for a rout.

    But in one of the most remarkable comebacks in a postseason full of rallies, the Mavericks stunned the San Antonio Spurs and 18,797 fans at the SBC Center. Behind the hustle, heart and skill of Michael Finley, the streak shooting of Nick Van Exel and the complexity of a hard-to-figure match-up zone defense, Dallas outscored the Spurs by 23 points in the second half to win Game 5 of the Western Conference finals, 103-91.
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    well this game changes completly the situation
    next game @ dallas, and they have all the chancess to win it, but still.. only a miracle could let dallas win the game 7 @ san antonio

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    i've got a feeling the spurs will close their accounts with dallas in the next game

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    the Mavs will win the series!

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    Mavs 78 - Spurs 90

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    told ya
    mavs were just to tired and the spurs were comming back this season, so it was an easily predictable series

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