Uh-oh! Pistons must dig deep from 0-2 hole

After taking a beating in Game 2, the Pistons have a lot to be concerned about, including the fact that Tim Duncan has been the Spurs' second-best player in the Finals so far.

Updated: June 13, 2005, 6:11 PM ET
By Marc Stein | ESPN.com

SAN ANTONIO -- It wasn't just a beating. This was a teasing, too.

A teasing with some taunting tossed in.

The San Antonio Spurs zoomed to a Game 2 lead of 23 points Sunday night, teetered toward one of their famed fourth-quarter collapses and then reeled off 13 unanswered points after the hopeful Detroit Pistons had clawed within eight.

All of which a) suggests that maybe these Spurs don't fold in fourth quarters like they used to and b) doesn't even include Sunday's worst ...

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