Boring Spurs not a TV hit

Boring Spurs not a TV hit

There are 3 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Jun 16, 2007, titled Boring Spurs not a TV hit. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

CLEVELAND Exiting the arena with the Finals MVP trophy in one arm and his actress fiancee on the other, Tony Parker looked like someone who should be a megastar in America.

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Hialeah, FL

#1 Jun 16, 2007
I believe that what cause nba fans not to watch,was the spurs,suns series
suspending amare and diaw was a mistake by the nba,it gave san antonio
a clear advantage,and an injust one,simply because it was the spurs,that started the fracas,i dont see the spurs as the legitimate champions,simply because we will never
know what if amare would have play.
I didnt watch it

Ocala, FL

#2 Jun 16, 2007
I agree bluewonder. The rule about leaving the bench needs to be modified.
IMO if there is a fight and team mates leave the bench it isn't ALWAYS to strike a blow. They might be going to separate combatants. I think the rule needs to be changed. If you leave the bench and act in an offensive violent manner. Suspension & fine. If you leave the bench and just try to help separate warring combatants without trash talk or aggressive bellicose behavior, no problem. The trouble is this makes too much sense and Stern only likes Sterns ideas. I hate Stern!
he has changed the game so much and all for a marketing standpoint without any respect for the integrity of the game. Officiating is pathetic and biased. Certain players get fouls called and vis a vis all to promote his star players. BULLSH_T!!!

Jersey City, NJ

#3 Jun 16, 2007
Yea these officials suck. SUCK SUCK SUCKS SUCK SUCK SUCK. Bowen fouled James on that 3 point shot in Game 3. But I ain't making a big deal cuz James and Brown Didn't. Man that sux. And this thing about the Spurs taking advantagae of Amare being suspended, maybe or maybe not it was an advantage. But why suspend Amare, he didn't even do nething. They just expect him to stand there and see his teammate on the Floor. Thats grimey. Screw the NBA Commision. Its not even about the sport nemore. Why is it that no one wants to see Cleveland win or a different team run the tables. Do they want to see the Spurs a dynasty. FINE! They got what they wanted. Just for that, I hope sum team comes out of nowhere and wins the title next year. Sometheing the NBA commision doesn't want to happen, I hope it happens. I would love to see an upset next year, like seeing the Spurs knocked out of the 1st round by an 8th seed. Let the officials choke on that. Not to judge the NBA, but a majority say that its biased and the rules aren't fair. If thats the case, the commision needs to wake up. Don't favor the rich over the poor.

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