"Let them play five overtimes in Game 7," Ginobili said when asked about the final game Monday night of the Eastern Conference Finals, according to the San Antonio Express-News. "That would be great."
The Spurs are keeping a very close eye on the game, not just to find out who they will be facing, but because home-court advantage in the NBA Finals is also on the line based on the outcome.
If Miami wins Game 7, the Heat would have the home-court advantage over the Spurs. But, if Indiana wins, home-court would revert to San Antonio.
And as any veteran team knows, when it comes to the NBA Finals and the 2-3-2 format, home-court advantage is extremely important.
"It's not that we pull (for Indiana)," Spurs guard
Tony Parker told the newspaper. "I think this time it's different than before because the home-court advantage. It is a big difference. It's not definitive. It doesn't mean that whoever has home-court advantage is going to win.
"But we all prefer to have a Game 7 at home than on the road if we could get to that point."