Spurs acting like the world has ended

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MIAMI — After suffering a brutal Game 6 loss that the Spurs had every reason to believe would turn out in their favor, one of the team’s key veterans wasn’t exactly optimistic that they’ll find a way to bounce back emotionally in time for Thursday’s Game 7.

Manu Ginobili was the Game 5 hero for San Antonio, but he was unable to repeat that performance in this one. He had an especially rough go of things, finishing with just nine points in 35 minutes of action, while committing eight of San Antonio’s 15 turnovers, including one on his team’s final meaningful offensive possession.

“Manu will be good,” Tim Duncan said of his dejected teammate afterward. “He’ll be fine. He made some turnovers and some unfortunate plays, but honestly, the last play down the stretch there, it can go either way. We obviously believe it was…

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