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PHOTOS: San Antonio Spurs are NBA champs

PHOTOS: San Antonio Spurs are NBA champs

SPURS WIN!: San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan (21) and the team celibate after Game 5 of the NBA basketball finals against the Miami Heat on Sunday, June 15, in San Antonio. The Spurs won the NBA championship 104-87. Photo: Associated Press/Tony Gutierrez

The San Antonio Spurs clinched the NBA title on Sunday, after stomping the Miami Heat 104-87, preventing LeBron James and company from a three-peat.

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