Tim Duncan argues with San Antonio Spurs coach during playoff loss

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The San Antonio Spurs officially lost control of the Western Conference Finals series with the Oklahoma City Thunder last night when they were blown out 105-92.

The Spurs had built a 2-0 series lead after two games at home but have let it slip in Oklahoma City and now the momentum has switched.

In fact, tempers reached breaking point during the third quarter when Spurs coach Gregg Popovich and star player Tim Duncan were seen arguing during a time out.

Popovich appeared to be frustrated with Duncan and Danny Green's effort on the court but the future Hall of Fame big man argued his corner before walking away from the coach.

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However, after the game Popovich played dumb to the incident saying:“I don’t know what you’re talking about. What do you mean miscommunication?” when asked about if there had been any 'miscommunication' with his star player.

The Spurs now have until Thursday to prepare for a crucial game five in San Antonio.

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