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5/25/03

Spurs Take Game 4

      The Mavericks had thier hands full in game 4 with the Spurs. Tony Parker scored a team high 25 points and Tim Duncan had a double-double as the Spurs took game four 102-95 over the Mavericks.

      The Mavs cut an eleven point fourth quarter deficit to 91-89 with 3:23 remaining. Malik Rose followed with a slam and a layup in helping the Spurs build the lead back to 7. Duncan had 21 points, 20 rebounds and 4 blocks in the Spurs 3rd straight win.

      Steve Nash and Michael Finley had 25 points each. Nick Van Exel added 22 points. Game 5 is scheduled for Tuesday in San Antonio.

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