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  1. NBA - 5-on-5: Best and worst of November

    Our 5-on-5 crew discusses the best and worst from the NBA's first month.

    Story | Conversation | December 02, 2013
  2. NBA Power Outage: Pacers feature six-shooter attack

    Terry Brown

    The Pacers have six players averaging double-digits and would have seven if their point guard wasn't so busy dishing out assists.

    Story | Conversation | December 11, 2002
  3. Rapid Reaction: Spurs 106, Nets 96

    Mike Mazzeo

    Recap | Box score | Photos WHAT IT MEANS: All-Star point guard Deron Williams' debut as a New Jersey Net didn't exactly go the way he hoped it would. Williams was held to only 14 points on 5-for-13 shooting as the Nets lost in San Antonio on Frida...

    Blog | February 25, 2011
  4. Stoudemire helps beat Spurs, give Porter first Suns win

    Amare Stoudemire led a balanced attack as Phoenix gave Terry Porter his first Suns win.

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | October 29, 2008
  5. Phoenix sloppy down stretch as Parker, Spurs send Suns packing

    Tony Parker scored 31 points, Tim Duncan added 29 points and 17 rebounds, and the San Antonio Spurs advanced to the second round with a 92-87 Game 5 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday night.

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | April 29, 2008
  6. Spurs miss out on chance to finish series as Suns force Game 5

    Boris Diaw had 20 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists in one of the best playoff performances of his career, and the Phoenix Suns stayed alive with a 105-86 rout of the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday.

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | April 27, 2008
  7. Spurs to try to close out replenished Suns

    Spurs to try to close out replenished Suns

    Preview | May 17, 2007
  8. The 'moment' belongs to Duncan

    Scoop Jackson

    Game 7 was all about the moment and how to live in it. Scoop Jackson says Tim Duncan and the Spurs came alive.

    Story | Conversation | June 24, 2005