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October 31, 2020

Spurs clutch play in 2005 NBA Finals that we didn’t notice

The game five of 2005 NBA Finals is the closest one who needs last miss shot to proclaim a winner in which the San An survived 96-95. Robert Horry is the hero of that game as we witnessed his greatness in the fourth quarter and overtime. The big one is the last three Horry made with 5.6 seconds left. The bomb he made that broke Detroit Pistons fan’s hearts. But we celebrate earlier and fans didn’t notice the next thing.

Tony Parker, made a brilliant defense to forced Rip Hamilton to take a bad shot.

Parker just gives an honest and clean defense that sealed the game to give the Spurs a 3-2 advantage. Even Hamilton hit his face by his elbow, Parker just follows him to bother the shot.

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