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May 3, 2015 Updates

Was this the last game for Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili? And maybe even coach Gregg Popovich? From the sound of Duncan and Ginobili, they aren't rushing into a decision. "I'm not making any statements," Duncan said after the season-ending 111-109 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. Yahoo! Sports

"It could happen," Ginobili said. "I still don't know. I don't want to make a decision after being a disappointment in a game like this. So I'll have a lot of time. I will sit with my family and try to evaluate what happened during the season, how I feel and if I am ready to go at it again. I guess the Spurs are going to have to make a decision, too, and see what they want to do also." Yahoo! Sports

"Manu and Timmy are the greatest teammates I've ever had," Green told the San Antonio Express-News. "It sucks I couldn't do it and get a win for them." Yahoo! Sports

They embraced. Paul had tears in his eyes as rested his head on Duncan's chest and wouldn't let go of the back of his jersey, which was all twisted in his grip. "I just told him that I loved him," Paul told CBSSports.com, as he walked from the interview back to the locker room after the Clippers beat the Spurs 111-109 in Game 7 of their incredible first-round series to advance to the Western Conference semifinals. "I've been knowing Tim since I was 11 years old," Paul said, his strained left hamstring wrapped in an Ace bandage and his mind still spinning. "He's like a big brother to me. When we won Game 6, I went and hugged his nephew, who played on my AAU team. Shane Lowry; his sister's son." CBSSports.com

Peter Vecsey: Pop was almost giddy in defeat. Relieved his coaching days are over? Heard from 2 forward observers he is seriously considering retirement Twitter @PeterVecsey1

May 2, 2015 Updates

27 points, 13 shots, six assists and one hamstring. Chris Paul’s bucket with one second left gave the Clippers a 111-109 win Game 7, eliminating the NBA’s defending champion San Antonio Spurs. Paul, who came up lame late in the first quarter, battled through a strained left hamstring, carrying his team while he limped over every inch of the Staples Center court, hitting so many big shots, including the last. Orange County Register

 

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