Dichotomy - Division into two usually contradictory parts or opinions
This is the word that springs to mind when thinking of past series between these two foes (and my television viewing habits this last weekend). Offense vs. Defense; Finesse vs. Physicality; New School vs. Old School. Although some claim that the Suns now play defense and that the Spurs now score easier, I still think it will come down to the same battle of wills. Let's hope our guys show the determination of years past.
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San Antonio Spurs
|George Hill||PG||Steve Nash|
|Manu Ginobili||SG||Jason Richardson|
|Richard Jefferson||SF||Grant Hill|
|Tim Duncan||PF||A'm'a'r'e Stoudemire|
|Antonio McDyess||C||Jarron Collins|
| Tony Parker |
| Leandro Barbosa |
|Bennett Salvatore (AACK!)||Ken Mauer||Michael Smith|
Bench/Role Players: It's pretty simple - whichever team's stars have enough help will win.
Key to the Game
Defense/Rebounding: The Spurs need to hit the defensive boards and chase the Suns off of the 3 pt line.
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