Long time NBA sideline reporter, Craig Sager, is back on the court after battling (and beating) Leukemia. Several NBA personalities welcomed back Craig such as Russell Westbrook, Mark Cuban and more including San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich. Check out the heart-felt message to Sager right from Pop at the 21 second point of […]
Kawhi Leonard and the San Antonio Spurs appear to be finding their form as the playoffs draw near, though their modest winning streak has come at the expense of struggling teams.
While Denver Nuggets have fit that billing for most of the season, they've looked like an entirely different club since firing Brian Shaw.
San Antonio seeks a fourth straight win Friday night against the...
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The NBA is reportedly considering the idea of extending the regular season later into the summer. While there would still be an 82-game season, the idea would be to eliminate back-to-back games and not cram so many games into such a short span. Mark Cuban said last month that he thinks a more spaced-out schedule...Read More
Are Daniel Levy and Spurs guilty of two major transfer blunders? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
In August 2013, Tottenham completed the signing of Erik Lamela from Italian side AS Roma for a club record £30m fee. His debut season for Spurs saw just 17 appearances in all competitions as the Argentine failed to live up to the big price-tag.
After two seasons at the club since...
Serious fans will do all sorts of things to show their pride in the team. For most just buying a jersey is enough, but some will go as far as to shave the image of their favorite player in their hair, dye their dogs hair in team colors, or throw killer viewing parties.Some--that have the money--will trick out their cars like this Spurs fan did in spectacular fashion.via FacebookRead more »
The Spurs will need Kawhi Leonard to return to his Finals MVP form if they want to make a run in the playoffs. Leonards legs look fresh after this thunderous dunk over Boogie Cousins.
San Antonio Spurs rookie Kyle Anderson showed why he was named the D-League performer for the month of February against the Mad Ants as he scored 29 points to lead the Austin Spurs to the 108-99 win. Anderson was fighting for rebounds, showed off his finger-roll, had a nice dunk in traffic, and much more […]
The NBA office has been pretty clear on their feelings towards the San Antonio Spurs’ head coach Gregg Popovich and the resting of his players. The point was visibly clear back in 2012, when former NBA commissioner David Stern fined the Spurs $250,000 for resting starters for a game against the Miami Heat. Now it […]
Tony Parker plans on playing for Team France this summer at Eurobasket 2015 to help them qualify for the Rio Olympic Games in 2016.
“I am not thinking about that for now since I’m focused on the Spurs, and making a good season to finish in style. Then I will focus on the Blues. But I have said… I will be with team France this summer, ” said Parker.
Parker took last summer...
Kyle Anderson, a small forward playing with the Austin Spurs on assignment from the San Antonio Spurs, has been named NBA Development League Player of the Month for games played in February. The award is the first monthly honor for Anderson, who was named NBA D-League Performer of the Week on Feb. 9.
Anderson led the Spurs to an 8-1 month in February, when he scored 20-or-more...
The San Antonio Spurs’ Marco Belinelli posed for the cover of GQ Italia. I’m sure there will be a lot of locker room chatter surrounding Belinelli, who’s averaging nearly 10 ppg. this season,
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Well, raise your hand if you saw this coming.
Spurs shooting guard Marco Belinelli decided it would be a good idea to pose semi-nude for GQ Italy. The result, sort of a cringe-worthy photo.
With only pom poms covering up his junk, and wearing some kicks, Marco didn’t leave much to the imagination.
(h/t Project Spurs)
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Kawhi Leonard had 22 points and 10 rebounds, and the San Antonio Spurs dominated from the opening tip in a 101-74 rout of the Phoenix Suns on Saturday night.
The Spurs, playing the finale of their annual nine-game ''rodeo road trip,'' were up 51-24 at the break, the fewest points in a half for the Suns in franchise history. San Antonio led by as many as 34 in the second half....
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By Tashan Reed: Senior Writer/Hoopstuff…
For the last decade and a half, the San Antonio Spurs (34-23) being one of the three best teams in the Western Conference has almost been an NBA tradition. The Spurs have won 50 or more games in an NBA record 15 consecutive seasons. This record illustrates both the consistency and dominance...
Tony Parker will turn 33 in May. The way his season is going, he must feel like he's stumbling toward 53.
The San Antonio Spurs' six-time All-Star and four-time champion point guard is struggling, and so is his team, and at a point in the season that is typically synonymous with a surge.
The reigning champs take a four-game losing skid into Friday's game at the Sacramento Kings,...
Can anyone stop Warriors’ Stephen Curry?
The Spurs’ Tony Parker tried and well, let’s just say Curry made TP’s defense look foolish as he crossed up the former 2007 NBA Finals MVP and punctuated it with a dagger three pointer right in Parker’s face.
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San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan is an ageless wonder. The man turns 39 this season, but you wouldn't know it by watching him play. His skills do not appear to be diminishing at all. Instead he is the same, efficient, and productive guy that he has always been.As long as he can make plays like this he does here on DeAndre Jordan and has someone that can throw him passes like this...
DeAndre Jordan went for immortality tonight. He failed, but it was still awesome. In what would have been the greatest slam dunk in the history of basketball (NBA, NCAA, Nerf), Jordan attempted to dunk over the San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan, and when I say dunk over I mean jump over completely a-la Vince Carter over Frederic Weis. Check out the Vine after the jump:H/T...
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On this episode of the Project Spurs’ San Antonio Spurs Roundtable, the Project Spurs crew took a look back at the first half of the Spurs’ season. With a record of 34-19, is the team where it should be with the push for the postseason creeping...