So with the loss tonight, has the Spurs' dynasty come to an end? I wonder how Buford and Pop will try to get younger, more athletic players around an aging Duncan, injury-prone Manu, and Tony Parker. SA and LA each had a blow-out victory in the series. The Lakers won all three close contests; I would argue that the Spurs showed a lot of wear and tear down the stretch in those games. They gave up a lot of offensive rebounds and did not have enough legs on defense and their jump shots. Or do they trade Parker or Manu? It is hard to imagine, but unless they spend a lot of money in free agency, I am not sure how they can get a top tier player. Of course Tiago Splitter has been developing overseas; hopefully we'll see him in the Silver and Black soon. Thoughts?