Marc Spears

Staff Writer, Boston Globe

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What was supposed to be a slam dunk from the start has turned into a day of reckoning for the  NBA Championship .

NBA Playoffs Defying Expectations

What was supposed to be a slam dunk from the start has turned into a day of reckoning for the NBA Championship .

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