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SPURS WON 4-0
GAME 1: SPURS 98, GRIZZLIES 74
Spurs beat up on Grizzlies in opener
Final:  Boxscore | Play By Play
 
GAME 2: SPURS 87, GRIZZLIES 70
Parker, Spurs too much for Grizzlies
Final:  Boxscore | Play By Play
GAME 3: SPURS 95, GRIZZLIES 93
Grizzlies fight, but can't contain Spurs
Final:  Boxscore | Play By Play
GAME 4: SPURS 110, GRIZZLIES 97
Spurs' outside shooting subdues Grizzlies
Final:  Boxscore | Play By Play
Tickets: @SA | @MEM
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Insider Sitelines
Spurs vs Grizzlies
sas mem  
FINAL 1234 F
SPURS 32 25 30 23 110
GRIZZLIES 21 24 27 25 97
BOXSCORE  | PLAY-BY-PLAY  | RECAP
 
 
Tony Parker Tony Parker and the Spurs brushed aside the Grizzlies.

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Legler: Missing playoff persons report
Have you seen Cuttino Mobley, Keith Van Horn and Jason Williams lately? Their teams haven't.
Hughes: Trying to compare Spurs, Lakers
No All-Star spats. No media horde. San Antonio is nothing like L.A. and that suits Robert Horry just fine.

TEAM STATS (Regular Season)
  GRIZZLIES SPURS
PPG 96.7 91.5
RPG 41.8 45.1
APG 23.4 20.4
FG% 44.510 44.172
FT% 72.655 68.101
3P% .340 .358

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS (Regular Season)
  GRIZZLIES SPURS
PPG Gasol 17.7 Duncan 22.3
RPG Gasol 7.7 Duncan 12.4
APG Williams 6.8 Parker 5.5
FG% Outlaw 50.962 Duncan 50.127
FT% Bell 100.000 Rose 81.333
3P% Smith .500 Turkoglu .419


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