With an 83-82 win, San Antonio has solidified their dynasty without having the world hate them.
The Cavaliers may be shooting blanks at the Spurs - but it's far from over. Game 4: "This one's for George Zip!"
San Antonio's biggest pieces take care of business, resulting in a definitive Game 1 triumph for the Spurs.
The Cavaliers may be young and exciting, but there are no points for style. Just if the ball goes through that orange circle.
The rest of Middle Earth might be ready to sacrifice another Cleveland sports team to the fiery depths of Mount Doom - but I'm not!
Cleveland is the team that plays with poise down the stretch, and now they're going to uncharted waters. The NBA Finals.
On May 31, 2007, LeBron James truly became a superstar of the NBA.
Cleveland's role players put points on the board, but it's defensive excellence that's tied this series at 2-2.
Basketball itself is overshadowed by inconsistent officiating, culminating in objects flying from stands to court. Oh, and San Antonio won.
LeBron James took all the big shots in Game Three. Turns out he made most of them.
Surely San Antonio didn't expect a 25-point whipping to be the Jazz's idea of hospitality.
This time The King took the shot. Turns out it made no difference.
Another furious rally from 22 down falls short, and there's more evidence that the Jazz just aren't there yet.
LeBron nearly puts up a triple-double, but the 10th assist that didn't come through might have been Cleveland's undoing.
Two defensive powerhouses and one LeBron James clash in the Eastern Conference Finals. So offense is left to decide things.
While Utah's Game One performance had a few bright spots, San Antonio made a statement with their 108-101 win.
In the Western Conference Finals one team plays good, fundamental basketball. Their opponent plays great fundamental basketball.
Game Six of the playoff series between the Spurs and Suns did little to erase Game Five's questions.
There's no use complaining about the suspensions in the Suns-Spurs series, because it's come and gone.
Is it just the "nickel-beer night" talking or is LeBron James the Michael Jordan of Cleveland?