Spurs rock, roll Cleveland

Spurs rock, roll Cleveland

There are 7 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Jun 15, 2007, titled Spurs rock, roll Cleveland. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

True roundball royalty, the San Antonio Spurs are again wearing the crown. so sweet: The Spurs' Tim Duncan holds the championship trophy with Finals MVP Tony Parker.

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Who cares

United States

#1 Jun 15, 2007
The N.B.A got exactly what it deserved.A boring series that nobody bothered watching.I would like to know who's in charge of the scheduling and game starting time because I don't know anyone who was willing to stay up past midnight to watch these two teams.This league is turning into what Major League Baseball has already become,over-hyped and over-exposed.Way too many games that leave the average viewer so burned out that the end of the season is a welcomed relief.I don't see any major changes in the way these organizations conduct their business,so my only resolution is to do what millions of other viewers have done,tune out turn off and drop out!
PROBASKETBALLBLO WS

Utica, KY

#2 Jun 15, 2007
WHO CAURES!!!!!!!!!!

Big deal, the Spurs swept a team in the finals round for the first time in franchise history!!!!! Every game in this series except for the first one in Cleveland was so borring I had to turn off the TV after like 1 quater. Shoot my dad even fell asleep watching the second half of this game. I didn't see the celebration nor the crowning of the NBA finals MVP and I don't care to see either.
James

Greencastle, IN

#3 Jun 15, 2007
I was pulling for the Cavs, but the Spurs were just too good. I also did not watch the post game activities. As to the time scheduling, I assume they started at 9:00 PM because that would be only 6:00 PM on the west coast. It is pretty late, though, to watch a ball game.
Michelle Lawless

United States

#4 Jun 15, 2007
San Antonio is so proud of their Spurs!!! They truly are the Goodfellas, so ya'll better recognize. Happy Spursday from the San Antonio, TX, home of the 4-time NBA Champions!!
PROBASKETBALLBLO WS

Utica, KY

#5 Jun 15, 2007
Michelle Lawless wrote:
San Antonio is so proud of their Spurs!!! They truly are the Goodfellas, so ya'll better recognize. Happy Spursday from the San Antonio, TX, home of the 4-time NBA Champions!!
BUT THEY WIN TOO MUCH!!!!!!!!
Cowboy

San Diego, CA

#6 Jun 15, 2007
Michelle Lawless wrote:
San Antonio is so proud of their Spurs!!! They truly are the Goodfellas, so ya'll better recognize. Happy Spursday from the San Antonio, TX, home of the 4-time NBA Champions!!
Man, I can only imagine what a party it's going to be tonight in ole San Antone. Can't wait to get back home to Texas. In the mean time have a cold one for me. Go Spurs Go!!
PISTON

Jersey City, NJ

#7 Jun 16, 2007
Michelle Lawless wrote:
San Antonio is so proud of their Spurs!!! They truly are the Goodfellas, so ya'll better recognize. Happy Spursday from the San Antonio, TX, home of the 4-time NBA Champions!!
I ain't recognizing anything. Only thing I'll recognize is Lebron needing just one more star player. Man they're gonna be sumthing else in the next year or two. So the Spurs are a dynasty. has a nice ring to it, make that four. Or if you wanna get tehnical about it times it by how many players got one. Horry has what, 7 and keeps em in his bathroom draw. Give one to me and I'll pawn that sucka. Anyway, the NBA better not turn out to be all crooked, cuz it seems sum ppl are saying that. I kinda sense it to but I don't want to jump to conclusion. Spurs are a great squad. I'm sure its great to be a Spur fan rite now, but I'd rather chill out as a stand by Cavalier. Go Cavs. You guys are awesome. You'll only get better.

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