Spurs push Cavs to brink of eliminati...

Spurs push Cavs to brink of elimination in NBA Finals

There are 6 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Jun 12, 2007, titled Spurs push Cavs to brink of elimination in NBA Finals. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

Rude and ruthless, the San Antonio Spurs ruined Cleveland's 37-year wait to host the NBA finals.

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numero uno magic fan

AOL

#1 Jun 13, 2007
Well, the Cavs gave it a good run, but the Spurs are the better team.....who would've thought they'd get this far? Give 'em credit....they'll learn from it and be stronger.
DMC

Denver, CO

#2 Jun 13, 2007
Get out the brooms..
Cleveland Fan

United States

#3 Jun 13, 2007
Yes, the Spurs are obviously the better team. I was just hoping the Cavs would have won a single game.

The drive, the fumble, the choke (Jose Mesa in the 97 world series) and now....the sweep. Sucks being a Cleveland sports fan.
Cleveland Fan

United States

#4 Jun 13, 2007
Oh yeah...forgot Michael Jordan's "The Shot"...
adil

East Northport, NY

#5 Jun 13, 2007
i beleave if kobe will be there they would have beaten them this game
PISTON

Jersey City, NJ

#6 Jun 13, 2007
Well, I'm not facing the fact that there are people out there denying the respect due to the Cavs. Spurs are a superior team, but the Cavs are also up there. Look how far they have come along. Some roses bloom slower than others. One thing that can't be burned is the truth, and Lebron will win a championship in his career. I could understand if the Cavs were getting blown out but they're running with them at least. They had a very good opportunity to win game 3. Besides, having officials not calling the rite calls makes it a tad bit fruastrating to. Where's the justice. James was clearly fouled. But the official said Bowen never touched him. But I like the way James and Brown handled the situation, they just let it go and didn't make a big deal. Spurs aren't the only classy team out there. Thats crazy though what the Cavs have done. They turned around in 4 years thanks to Lebron and sum great players. Thats the team to watch out for. Lebron is gonna stay humble and absorb the experience in the NBA Finals and use it. Cleveland, your a young team still and have a whole NBA career ahead of ya. Even if you get swept, go and have fun and celebrate. Besides, winning a trophy isn't everything. You got ur health, prosperity, the fans, and God.

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