Five simple words: San Antonio Spurs, NBA champions. What a great way to send David Robinson off into retirement, and for Steve Kerr to win his fifth ring. And finally, my blood pressure is returning to normal.


Some 4th period, huh? This just proves that three periods of sustained effort is good enough for hockey, but not for basketball.

• Posted by: Sam Greenfield on Jun 16, 2003, 11:35 AM

After two months of constantly stressing over the basketball games of my favorite team that were of course wholly out of my control, please allow me to release one giant YEEEEEEE HAAAAAHHHHH!!! Go Spurs!

• Posted by: Noah Levine on Jun 16, 2003, 1:24 PM

Figures I miss the best game of the series. After game 5, I thought both teams looked pretty lacklustre. I guess I don’t mind that San Antonio won, though the series I would have preferred to see would have been the Mavs and the Sixers.

• Posted by: James on Jun 17, 2003, 12:14 AM

Bravo to the San Antonio SPURS 2003 Championship. This is a clear-cut example of the nice guys finishing first. Seems everyone is always saying that we need sports personalities with gentlemen manners… it’s time for advertisers to give the Admiral more airtime, as well as Tim Duncan, and the rest of the SPURS!

• Posted by: Dave on Jun 19, 2003, 11:22 PM

I’m just glad that willis,smith,and all the others finally got championship and to D. rob for
stepping up in his final game going 6of 8 and knabbing 17 caroms in a 31 minutes. congrat’s to all th spurs fans around the world and the players for doing what they did the best all year.
1994-95 mvp D.Robinson
2002-03 mvp T. Duncan

• Posted by: hugo duarte on Jun 21, 2003, 1:30 AM
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