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No Points in Chaotic 13.5 Seconds, but Five Missed Calls, the N.B.A. Says - nytimes.com

For anyone expecting the NBA's Las Two Minute report to give Spurs fans a validation for any aggrieved feelings they had, think again.

Spurs' Offense Struggles In Game 2 Vs.Thunder - projectspurs.com

Monday's loss can not be solely blamed on the botched call at the end of the game. The Spurs' offense was not clicking, and shots were not falling. Back to the drawing board for Pop and the gang.

Game 2's Controversial Ending Impacted the Spurs and Thunder Series Dramatically - numberfire.com

Home court advantage is a sweet thing. If this series were to go to seven games, the final matchup will be in the friendly confines of San Antonio, but that will now require a win in OKC. (Desktop access to this site only. Mobile access is stopped by a subscription request.)

What will Thunder do about LaMarcus Aldridge? - mysanantonio.com

The previous statement about shots not falling excluded Lamarcus Aldridge. One of the worst parts about losing Game 2 was was wasting such a brilliant game by Aldridge, who is looking to be worth every penny right about now.

Roundtable: Who is your dream NBA player to build a team around? - si.com

Sports Illustrated writer Ben Golliver writes, "If we're talking big picture, though, my answer is Kawhi Leonard. I want three things from my foundational piece: demonstrated excellence on both sides of the basketball, significant age-related upside, and as few red flag flags as possible."