Remember the night when Tim Duncan’s Spurs basically ended Shaq and Kobe’s quest for a four-peat, only they blew a huge lead and got saved because Robert Horry MISSED the game-winning shot? Remember when Duncan won a series against Shaq and Kobe in their primes? Remember when the thought of Duncan winning five titles seemed absurd? Remember the season when Kobe looked the most like MJ? Bill breaks it all down with The Ringer’s Shea Serrano.
‘Book of Basketball 2.0’: Duncan’s Revenge: 2003’s Lakers-Spurs Game 5 With Shea Serrano
Bill is joined by Shea Serrano to discuss the 2003 Lakers-Spurs Western Conference semifinals, Tim Duncan’s five titles, and more
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