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The Indiana Pacers had the No. 1 defense in the NBA this season and just shut down Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks over six games. The Miami Heat had the league’s No. 1 offense and just dispatched Tom Thibodeau’s D in five. The trump card in the Eastern Conference finals, tipping off tonight (8:30 p.m. ET, TNT) in Miami, may be the four-time MVP.
When Tony Parker started running low on masterful plays, Tim Duncan was there to take over and lead the San Antonio Spurs to a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals.
Parker had 15 points and a career playoff-high 18 assists, Duncan scored San Antonio’s first six points of overtime and the Spurs bounced back after squandering a 13-point lead in the fourth quarter to beat the Memphis Grizzlies 93-89 on Tuesday night.
Stumbling in playoff series openers is nothing new for theMemphis Grizzlies.
Of course, they’ve never experienced the kind of fall they did against the San Antonio Spurs in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals.
San Antonio may have left Memphis with a bruised psyche to go with a 105-83 defeat Sunday at the AT&T Center, the Spurs turning the Grizzlies’ strengths into glaring shortcomings with the same smart, disciplined approach that has characterized their four championship runs.
San Antonio negated half of Memphis’ vaunted big-man duo by continually fronting forward Zach Randolph, who finished with more pained expressions than his season-low two points.
The Spurs also made a playoff-high 14 three-pointers against what was presumed to be one of the NBA’s top defenses, including four each by Kawhi Leonard and Matt Bonner and three by Danny Green.