The Spurs were crushed after Game 6, especially Manu Ginobili, who committed eight turnovers and said he was “terrible” and “devastated.” About 12 hours later, the Spurs addressed the media again, attempting to view their second chance Thursday night as a positive, realizing they were not sharp in the second half of Game 6 and yet were one play from winning. After Game 6 ended near midnight, the Spurs had a team dinner where they shared horror stories of leads blown past, similar to 2013 NBA version of “A Christmas Carol.” The session was therapeutic leaving the Spurs in a better frame of mind than Tuesday night. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.
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