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Game 6 Links: Spurs @ Mavericks

It looks like we are headed to a seventh game to decide this series. Here are your game links from Game 6, in the meantime.

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Spurs Postgame Interviews: Tim DuncanManu Ginobili, Danny GreenTony ParkerCoach Popovich

Mavericks Postgame Interviews: Dirk NowitzkiMonta EllisCoach Carlisle

Dan McCarney's turning point of the game was when Ellis lead the Mavs on a 14-2 run to put Dallas up 102-94.

McCarney also took on the task of posting how the previous eight Game 7's in Spurs franchise history fared.

Project Spurs' Jason Price wrote a piece about how the Spurs' lack of passion is what has taken this series to a seventh game.

Postgame Grades: Trevor Zockgraf handed them out and it turns out Ginobili decided to head towards to bottom of the class with Marco Belinelli for Game 6.

Trevor also did "The Margin", which is a piece that includes bullet points for every each point in the difference of the final score.

CBSSports.com's Royce Young put out an article about how everyone's favorite Mav, DeJuan Blair, is haunting his former team this series.

ESPN Dallas' Jean-Jaques Taylor wrote a piece after Game 6 about how even though this Mavs team is still "Dirk's team," Monta Ellis is finding a nice role in Nowitzki's regime.

Ian Levy wrote a piece on Hardwood Paroxysm about the timelessness and historical linearity of this Spurs-Mavs series. Time is a flat circle.

The Harvard Sports Analysis Collective recognized the Spurs elite level of ball movement, but saw no one had been able to quantify it. So they gave it a shot.

Game 7 is scheduled for Sunday at 2:30 Central in San Antonio. See you there.