The 10 Best Finals Series Player Performances In NBA History
When the stakes are the highest, the true competitors show up and they maintain their top tier play for as long as they can. It sure is quite a thrill when we get to witness breathtaking single-game performances but a series-long display is on an absolutely different level. It is always an exhilarating experience to witness epic performances as these make up the stories that would last and eventually become legends. What better stage to hold a classic than the NBA Finals where everyone’s eyes are trained on the whole spectacle and the players give out everything when they can already feel their season-long target within reach. On that note, we came up with a list of the 10 greatest series performances in NBA finals history.
10 – Tim Duncan (2003)
In the 2003 finals, Tim Duncan broke the hearts of back-to-back East Champion New Jersey Nets to win their second crown in team history. The Big Fundamental was The Big Boring to Nets fans but The Big Efficient to the rest. After disposing the exciting Nets in six games, Duncan had series averages of 24.2 points, 17.0 rebounds, 5.3 assists, 1.0 steals, and a whopping 5.3 blocks.
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