Tony Parker scored 17 points and hit a crucial 3-pointer late in the fourth quarter as the Spurs beat the Cavaliers 75-72 to move within one win of a fourth title.
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LeBron James led the Cavaliers with 25 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, but he got little help from his teammates as the Cavs went just 3-of-19 on 3-pointers and failed to take advantage of a sub-par performance by the Spurs.
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Tim Duncan tallied 14 points and had nine rebounds in the low-scoring game.
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Tim Duncan scored 14 points and had nine rebounds for the Spurs in a low-scoring Game 3 against the Cavaliers.
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Defensive stopper Bruce Bowen, who had just nine points in the first two games against the Cavaliers, emerged as an unlikely offensive star by making three 3-pointers and scoring 13 points.
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After scoring 25 points in Game 2, Manu Ginobili had just three on Tuesday -- all off free throws in the final 10.4 seconds. But they helped hold off the Cavaliers and give the Spurs a commanding 3-0 lead in the series.
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