LOS ANGELES -- Here are Tony Parker and Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs after their 96-86 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday that gave them a 3-0 lead over the Clips in the teams' second-round series.
Parker said he understood why people were looking at the series like a matchup between him and the Clippers' Chris Paul but said he didn't think it was warranted. He also said he had "no idea" how healthy Paul has been in the first three games.
Duncan commended Blake Griffin for his heady play in the post on Saturday and said he didn't do anything different on him in the second half, when Griffin's production fell off dramatically. He credited local product Kawhi Leonard for a lot of the Spurs' success in Game 3.