Spurs win series 4-1. There the Spurs go again, doing what they do. Only an idiot would have picked against the Spurs (my bad!). Following a surprising Game 1 loss to the Nuggets, Tim Duncan & Co. turned things around spectacularly, sweeping the last four games of the series. Duncan brought his “regular” game, averaging a rock-solid 20.2 points, 10.6 rebounds (3.6 offensive), 2.8 blocks and 5.4 assists per game; Michael Finley nearly doubled his regular season averaging, putting up 16 points per game, making an awesome 53% of his 3-pointers, including 8 of 9 in the Game 5 clincher; Robert Horry doubled his regular season scoring average, scoring 7.8 points per game against the Nuggets, and he pulled his usual “Big Shot Bob” act, hitting a clinching 3-pointer with 30 seconds left in Game 4; and Tony Parker averaged 18 points and almost 7 assists per game. In other words, this was a vintage, professional Spurs performance.