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Stephen Jackson was cut by the San Antonio Spurs shortly before the regular season ended. At 35 he likely still has a few good seasons left, but there is not telling yet if someone is going to pick him up. Whether you like him or not the man gives a great interview, and he did just that on Highly Questionable with Dan Le Batard.
His honesty is refreshing and definitely entertaining. You have to love his response when he was asked if he enjoyed hitting a fan during the infamous 'Malice in the Palice' incident when Ron Artest went into the stands in Detroit after an unruly fan. I have to say, after hearing his logic I can't say I blame him.
The whole interview is worth watching, but if you just want to hear the 'Malice' part it starts right around the 5 minute mark.
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SAN ANTONIO Pardon Tracy McGrady if he sometimes forgets to use we when talking about the San Antonio Spurs.Give San Antonio some credit of defending (LeBron James), McGrady said Wednesday as if he were talking about some team in the league other than his own.But McGrady actually is a member of the Spurs. The 16-year veteran signed with them as a free agent April 16 and now sits...
If you read my last post where I said San Antonio had absolutely ZERO chance at beating the Heat for the title, you might be wondering how I feel after a game three where the Spurs mopped the floor with every Heat player besides for Mike Miller (ironically, the only one that has a mop on his head). Here’s how I feel now: San Antonio has ZERO chance of winning this thing. Sorry...
To be honest, most of us would probably freak out if an NBA player fell into our laps during a game and last night during game three of the 2013 NBA Finals, one lucky Spurs fan got the chance to catch Tim Duncan.
Keep an eye on the blonde woman sitting in the lower level as Duncan dives into the stands to save a loose ball and her shocked look upon catching Tim:
David Robinson was 37 years old when he retired, his legacy as the greatest player in San Antonio Spurs history firmly intact.
It's been 10 years since Robinson left the team in the hands of Tim Duncan and a couple of young guards named Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili.
Now it's Duncan's legacy that is being debated as the Spurs entered Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Thursday...
ESPN basketball analyst Stephen A. Smith took a moment to pose for a photo with the San Antonio Spurs dance team, the Silver Dancers, before Thursday night's Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
Photo via @SDancer_Coach / Twitter.
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In the midst of the Spurs' 3-point onslaught in last night's Game Three victory over the Heat comes some troubling news from the San Antonio locker room.
Tony Parker left the game in the middle of the third quarter with an undisclosed hamstring injury. While he returned to the bench and to the game, Parker still said he felt some discomfort. He was scheduled to have an...
Have you ever wanted to hit a soft bank-shot like Tim Duncan? Perhaps hit the teardrop shot on your way to the rim? Or maybe hit your defender with a euro-step like Manu Ginobili?
Well you can still do that but good look seeing through these Spurs head tee shirts.
Local San Antonio business Ace Screen Graphics has been printing out tee shirts where a San Antonio Spurs fan...
It was raining threes last night in San Antonio. The Spurs set a NBA Finals record in making 16 three pointers in route to their 113-77 victory. The Spurs now have a 2-1 series lead. The previous record of threes in a game was 14.
Most of the damage was done by two players Danny Green and Gary Neal. The two combined to make 13 three pointers with Green hitting 7 and Neal making 6...
The Spurs were up by 10 late in the 2nd quarter but the Miami Heat made a run and tied up the score with 44 seconds left. Tony Parker then hit a three pointer. On the following possession Danny Green blocked LeBron James and the Spurs went on the fast break.
Duncan threw a perfect outlet pass to Tony Parker, who then found Gary Neal wide open on the wing. Neal nailed the three right...
It started off as we thought it might. Tim Duncan and Tony Parker are key in a San Antonio Spurs win while LeBron James had a triple double in a Game 1 that could've gone either way. Then things got weird.
First the Spurs got crushed by the Miami Heat, which isn't too weird, but what was weird is that the blowout wasn't a part of a "LeBron game" or...
During the 2013 NBA Finals, Rey Moralde of The No Look Pass will be contributing to Project Spurs, covering the San Antonio Spurs' march to title No. 5.
We saw the San Antonio Spurs leave the Miami Heat in a bloody mess in Game 3, 113-77.
There are so many numbers we can go through with this.
• The 36-point drubbing by the Spurs is the third...
For those of you that say that ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith is not a man of the people, you need to check out this photo of him with the San Antonio Spurs cheer team.
The photo was posted by Spurs cheerleading coach Raquel Garcia and Stephen appeared to be very pleased to take it:
- Since the 2-3-2 in the NBA Finals, the winner of Game 3 has won the series 92 % of the time (12-1). The Heat beat the Mavericks in 2011 but lost the series.
- The Spurs made 16 three pointers in Game 3 a NBA Finals record
- Danny Green 16 made three pointers are most of any Spurs player in the NBA Finals
- The 36 point loss by the Heat in Game 3 is the worst in Heat postseason...