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A Most Satisfying Vine of LeBron Losing to the Spurs

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The Spurs are up 92-90 in the waning seconds of last night's game, when Anderson Varejão gets a rebound and outlets to LeBron James. James pounds up to the court to try and get in scoring position, losing the ball at half court to a two-tiered steal from Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili. 

It was a satisfying end to the closely-contested game, with the Spurs and Cavs trading lead changes 18 times. But the Cavs loss also stayed consistent to trend: aside from the Denver Nuggets, LeBron James' worst winning percentage comes against black and silver. James and the Cavs will get a rematch when they face the Spurs on March 12, this time at the AT&T Center.

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