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The Spurs were haunted by a ghost baby

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The Claremont Resort sounds fun!

There is a famous haunted hotel in NBA circles. It's the Skirvin Hotel in Oklahoma City, and the terror it has inflicted on NBA players is well-documented. It has even been blamed for losses before (by the Knicks, of course).

This story comes from somewhere else. The Claremont Resort in Berkeley, Calif., is supposed to be haunted as well, and when the San Antonio Spurs stayed there for their meeting with the Warriors over the weekend, they had a spooky ol' time. There was a GHOST BABY. From MySanAntonio.com:

Jeff Ayres heard it:

So I get to my door, and my key doesn't work, but it sounds like there's somebody in my room. Like I hear a little baby, not crying but making noise. I'm like, ‘What the heck?' I keep trying my key and it doesn't work. So I go downstairs to get a new key, and I tell them (somebody's in the room).

Tim Duncan did, too:

"I heard a baby in his room. There was somebody or something in his room, yeah. I definitely heard something. It wasn't creepy, because I assumed it was really somebody in the room, and they gave him the wrong room. But when they told me the story the next day about calling up there and no one in the room, it's at that point you get chills."

Uh, guys, I know what's going on:


Just kiss him. (The Spurs won that game, by the way, in case you needed any more evidence that they're a much hardier organization than the Knicks.)

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