Jared Dubin at Grantland with The Weirdest Of The Weirdos. It's a great piece about our boy Manu, who just became the most prolific lefty scorer in NBA playoff history, passing Bill Russel in Game 4.
Paul Garcia at Project Spurs Analyzes the Loss.
Matthew Tynan at 48 Minutes Of Hell with a reminder that the Spurs earned Home Court and now they get to go back there.
Andrew A. McNeill at 48MoH gives us The Margin: A point of discussion for every point of difference in the final score.
Trevor Zickgraf at 48 MoH with El Conclusion: Grading out the Spurs. I'm pretty sure this is the worst grade all season.
Trevor also compiled game-relevant tweets throughout Game 4 in What's The Story
At NBA.com, Sekou Smith gives his 24-Second Thoughts
Also on The Hangtime Blog, Fran Blinebury says The Spurs are letting OKC party like it's 2012
Here's a small preview of a sit-down Patty Mills did with NBA Inside Stuff. The full length interview is this Saturday.
Rolling Stone's Jeff Allen called Kawhi Leonard the Vulcan of San Antonio.
CBS Sports' Matt Moore talks about Coach Pop's benching of the starters midway throught the third quarter
Matt Moore also writes about Jeremy Lamb's subtle impact on Game 4.
Also from CBS, Zach Harper's Court Vision
Game 5 is Thursday at 8 in San Antonio.