[HD] San Antonio Spurs 109 vs LA Clippers 111 – Full Highlights | Game 7 | May 2, 2015 | 2015 NBA Playoffs
J’aurai aimé voir les San Antonio Spurs passer. Je suis déçu pour les SA Spurs, Gregg Popovich, Tony Parker, Boris Diaw, Tim Duncan et Manu Ginobili j’y ai cru jusqu’au bout mais les Clippers et Chris Paul ont été supérieurs cette année. Un des plus beau matchs cette année, serré tout le long du match jusqu’à la fin.
I would have liked to see the San Antonio Spurs go through second round. I’m disappointed for the SA Spurs, Gregg Popovich, Tony Parker, Boris Diaw, Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili I believed to the end but Chris Paul and the Clippers were higher this year. One of the best games this year, tight throughout the match until the end.
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The Rajon Rondo trade had its fair share of detractors. Even those questioning the Dallas Mavericks’ acquisition of the former All-Star, though, surely didn’t see the relationship between team and player deteriorating so quickly.
In wake of Rondo playing just 10 minutes and being benched for the seldom-used Raymond Felton during Dallas’ loss to the Houston Rockets on Tuesday night comes a report that the prospective free agent will sign elsewhere this summer if Rick Carlisle is still coaching the Mavericks. His most likely destination should that prove the case? The Los Angeles Lakers, naturally.
Here’s Yahoo Sports’ Marc Spears:
Everything’s pushing Rondo closer to his inevitable free-agent fleeing to the Lakers this summer. As long as the coach is back, Rondo’s gone, sources told Yahoo Sports.
Of crucial note in the report, too, is that Rondo planned to sign with Los Angeles this summer even before he was traded…
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