It’s a great question, isn’t it?
What’s the best move to use in the NBA Finals?
And which players are going to get a free shot and who will get a penalty?
So far, we’ve seen some interesting moves, including this one from the San Antonio Spurs that has led to a lot of laughs:It’s a nice change of pace, but it has its drawbacks, as the Spurs’ offense has been plagued by poor defensive fundamentals in the Finals.
It’s not like the Spurs had the luxury of playing with three starters: DeMarcus Cousins and Tiago Splitter are still injured, and Tim Duncan is out for the first half of the season.
But that’s not really the point.
This is a Finals that is going to be fought over in the second half, and one that the Spurs will be on the ropes in.
The Spurs were able to get this far thanks to their defensive rebounding and turnovers.
They are the most difficult team to score against, as they have the most offensive rebounds per possession and are the best defensive rebounded team in the league.
The Warriors and Thunder have been able to hold on to the lead despite the Spurs being able to dominate the offensive boards.
The Warriors lead the league in offensive rebounds, and the Spurs are second.
The Thunder lead the NBA in defensive rebounds, but the Spurs were also among the league leaders in offensive and defensive rebates.
The San Antonio Warriors had an amazing first half, but a terrible second.
The Spurs were not great at defending the rim, and they were also not great in limiting turnovers.
The offensive rebounds are not a great indicator of defense, but they are a good indicator of who is able to score on the Warriors and who is not.
In the first quarter, the Spurs took over and forced Warriors turnovers with a variety of playmaking moves, such as DeMarcus’ alley-oop dunk, and a couple of big shots.
The offense did not play well enough in the third quarter, but in the fourth quarter, a big Thunder turnover forced a Spurs turnover that allowed the Spurs to make some big shots on the boards.
This resulted in a win for the Spurs.
On defense, the Warriors are going back to their strong playmaking in the first three quarters.
This was especially true against the Spurs who did not attempt many turnovers.
There were a few plays that came from the Warriors’ offense that helped them win this series, but there were a lot more from the Spurs that helped the Warriors win.
First, the Thunder’s defense of the paint is really good.
They have some really great players on their defense, and this is the type of defense that they were able, after the Spurs defensive rebanding, to win the first two games.
But in the fifth quarter, they did not stop the Spurs in the paint, and in the sixth quarter, their defense was just too good to ignore.
The Thunder are not the only team to be able to create turnovers for the Warriors.
The Los Angeles Clippers are able to do this too, as Blake Griffin made a steal and passed it to a teammate for an open layup.
But they also make it easier for the defending team by allowing them to get off more shots and get to the rim.
In Game 3, the Clippers used their defense to help the Warriors, which gave them a chance to make a few jumpers in the closing seconds.
The second way to create a turnover is to be patient.
It may sound obvious, but getting to the basket early and frequently is a great strategy for a team that is losing the offensive rebounds.
The NBA Finals will be played with pace, and it will be up to the teams to get their offense going early and often.
The best players in the world will be in the starting lineup and the Warriors will have a lot to prove, but for the second straight Finals, the game will be won on defense.