Found September 19, 2013 on Hoops-Nation:
The San Antonio Spurs are one of the most fascinating teams in the NBA. Every season, they give you the impression that their veterans are too old and won’t have the energy to make a run for an NBA Championship. However, they find themselves in the Playoffs each season. One player that has been a […]

Gregg Popovich getting over Finals loss with pep talk from daughter

getty images Gregg Popovich does not like losing. So losing in the NBA Finals had to be the pits. The Spurs appeared on their way to winning the NBA Championship in Game 6 but went on to lose the final two games in their series against the Miami Heat. Afterwards the San Antonio Spurs head coach told the San Antonio Express News that he got “lugubrious” or really sad. Though Popovich...

Gregg Popovich’s daughter told him ‘get over yourself’ after NBA Finals loss

San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich has accomplished more in his NBA coaching career than most other coaches could ever dream of. He is a four-time NBA champion and two-time coach of the year. Last season, he came one win away from being able to fill an entire hand with championship rings. Pop says the […]

Jeff Pendergraph Changing Last Name To Ayres

Jeff Pendergraph is changing his last name to Ayres as he begins a two-year contract with the San Antonio Spurs. Ayres is the family name of his biological father. Ayres had taken the surname of a stepfather who hasn't been in his life since he was in high school. “I didn't know who my dad was until I was a senior in high school,” Jeff Ayres said Wednesday. Ayres was...

Video: Spurs' Mills on life in the NBA, being a Spur & more

If there's one noticeable attribute of the San Antonio Spurs, it is their abundance of international players on their roster. From Tony Parker to Manu Ginobili to the newest Spur Marco Belinelli, the Spurs have a roster with players from all over the globe. Recently, the Spurs' Australian point guard, Patty Mills, went on a talk show called "The Project" which...

Video: Boris Diaw making an impact off the court

From being able to score in the paint, hit the outside shot to finding the open player, San Antonio Spurs' Boris Diaw definitely makes an impact whenever he is on the court. But off the court is where he probably would say is where his biggest impact is felt. Diaw, who has familial ties to Africa (his father is from Senegal), is doing what he can to ensure the people...

Photo: What's the Spurs' Coyote up to?

The best mascot in the NBA, the San Antonio Spurs Coyote, is up to some shenanigans with the Blazers' mascot and it involves a cheerleader being tied up in front of a train. The Coyote sent out a photo via Twitter which from the looks of it is rather... interesting. Obviously it is harmless fun and it's just from a video shoot for the upcoming NBA season. Check it...

ESPN The Magazine proclaims Spurs second-best sports franchise in 2013

Sustained excellence, perennial title contender, a fan base second to none and quality players on and off the court are just a few ways to describe the San Antonio Spurs franchise. With Tim Duncan, Gregg Popovich and owner Peter Holt setting the tone, the Spurs have become the envy of sports franchises which has netted the team four NBA titles, winning regular seasons and consistent...

Tracy McGrady Says He Would’ve Won A Title In Toronto

NBA Championship-less Tracy McGrady officially retired from the NBA last month and it appears looking back on his career he would’ve changed some things. “In hindsight, looking back, obviously I wish I had stayed in Toronto,” McGrady said in a recent interview with the Star. “There’s no doubt we could have contended for a championship.” In think McGrady may be looking...

Buford to Tony Parker: Play less

San Antonio Spurs GM R.C. Buford has spent last week at EuroBasket in Slovenia checking up on the stable of Spurs players still participating in the competition.   The Spurs-laden French national team has very likely commanded much of R.C's attention, and rightly so.   France has Tony Parker, Boris Diaw, and Nando De Colo all playing significant minutes. The...

Sean Marks To Join Spurs' Coaching Staff

Sean Marks will move to the San Antonio Spurs' bench to complete Gregg Popovich's coaching staff. Marks has worked in the Spurs' front office over the past two seasons. The Spurs also hired Jim Boylen, losing Mike Budenholzer and Brett Bowen to the Atlanta Hawks and Philadelphia 76ers, respectively. Marks was part of the Spurs' championship team in 2005.

Eurobasket: Italy won't advance to Semi-Finals after loss to Lithuania

On Wednesday, San Antonio Spurs players Tony Parker, Boris Diaw, and Nando De Colo advanced to the Semi-Finals at the 2013 Eurobasket with the French National team. Their Italian Spurs teammate Marco Belinelli would try to do the same on Thursday, however Lithuania would deny Italy any chance of advancement. In a game that was close to the end, Lithuania ended up defeating Italy...

Tony Parker: Game 6 Of Spurs-Heat Finals Is 'Going To Hurt Until I Die'

Tony Parker still has scars about how the close the San Antonio Spurs were to winning his fourth NBA championship -- most notably the Game 6 collapse that was capped by Ray Allen's three-pointer to send the game into overtime. The Miami Heat ended up winning Game 6 and capturing the title in Game 7. "I was lucky enough to win three times already," Parker said. "...

Eurobasket: France eliminates Slovenia, advances to Semi-Finals to face Spain

Even though they lost in their final game of the second round on Sunday, the French National team was ready for the Quarter-Finals Wednesday with the chance to advance to the Semi-Finals at the 2013 Eurobasket as they eliminated host Slovenia late in the fourth quarter with a 72-62 victory. Les Bleus was led in the victory by San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker who tallied...
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