MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Go ahead and call the San Antonio Spurs old. They're also experienced enough to know what to do only a win away from their first NBA Finals berth since 2007.
Finish off the Memphis Grizzlies.
Tim Duncan said Sunday they know the Grizzlies will not give up. Duncan says they understand what they have going and want to close out the Western Conference final as quickly as possible after missing out a year ago against Oklahoma City.
Tony Parker says the Spurs don't want to give the Grizzlies any hope.
Coach Lionel Hollins wants his Grizzlies to tune out everyone pointing out no team has rallied from an 0-3 deficit before and dig deep for something they didn't know they had.
Game 4 is Monday night.
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