Can Tim Duncan make the necessary free throws to win Game 7 and another NBA title?
In his Game 3 scouting report, Brian James says the Pistons must be the aggressors and play smarter basketball.
There are no guarantees for Game 7, except for Brian James giving us his take on what to watch for.
The Spurs intend to end this series by getting back to their style of play, and getting stops.
Don't look for Joe Johnson to be a savior in Game 3, if he plays. Do look for Shawn Marion to be more involved.
If the Spurs can bottle their Game 1 performance, they'll head home with a 2-0 series lead.
The Heat need more from Dwyane Wade in Game 2 and must play with composure down the stretch in a close game.
Seattle's guards dominated in Game 4, now it's time for San Antonio's backcourt to fire back.
In what could be Reggie Miller's last game, the Pacers will try their hardest to force a Game 7.
In Game 6, the Sonics must create turnovers and find a way to get some transition scores.
The Pacers have put the lockdown on Rip Hamilton and Tayshaun Prince – so far.
The Mavs need to shoot the ball much better as a team and hold the Suns to around 100 points.
The Sonics need to penetrate and pitch out to their 3-point shooters to win Game 3.
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The Pistons won Game 1 by neutralizing Reggie Miller and most of the Pacers' role players. The Pacers need to make the Pistons rely upon their reserves.
The Sonics cannot use injuries as an excuse. The interior defense has to improve, or the Spurs will repeat their Game 1 romp.