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Hope you like childish enjoyment. Boris Diaw is an NBA basketball player for the San Antonio Spurs. Boris Diaw got the the free throw line. A cameraman got a closeup of the free throw shooter. Boogies (not Cousins) came out of the shooter's nose. If that's not high comedy I don't know what is.
At least he didn't wipe it on anybody.
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That’s the kind of **** that was coming from my nose two weeks ago while battling a sinus infection. Seriously, I used 2.5 rolls of toilet paper over three days during that war. And the snot was canary yellow.
As for Boris Diaw’s snot issues, it just seems that the Spurs big guy was fine last night after clearing this hog.
He finished with five points on 2-3 shooting in the Spurs...
For all those riding along on the Tony Parker MVP Bandwagon, the road to the Maurice Podoloff Trophy has hit a few potholes. And it's not because Parker is out for a month with a bum ankle.
No, because the Spurs never seem to hit any potholes.
San Antonio just keeps winning, moving to 2-0 without Parker after rolling over the Chicago Bulls in the second half in Wednesday...
Gregg Popovich believes Tony Parker will return to the San Antonio Spurs' lineup before the four weeks he was expected to miss.
Players do not always eat, sleep and drink basketball. They have hobbies/interests that keep their passion occupied while they are away from the court.
If you ever seen San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker on the sidelines recently, you will notice that he always looks sharp and well dressed. Now most people would have you believe that it is the work a hired stylist that...
In an interview with BeatsTV, Stephen Jackson discusses various subjects that San Antonio Spurs fans may not know about him.
He discusses about the first time he played basketball, what his childhood, basketball nickname was (which might surprise you), and who were his basketball heroes he tried to model his on-court game after. He also reveals what kind of music he listens to...
The San Antonio Spurs may have received an old-fashion basketball beat down last night versus the Portland Trail Blazers but Kawhi Leonard gave the fans at the AT&T Center to cheer about.
After a scramble for the ball in the third quarter, Tim Duncan got control of the ball and flipped it to Leonard. All that as standing between Kawhi and the basket was Nicolas Batum when...
The San Antonio Spurs are about to reach a milestone for the team that they thought wouldn't happen again after the team got older and started dropping from the defensive ratings these past few years.
The Spurs are about to enter their 14th season of reaching 50 wins this season, only two shy of this accomplishment.
This stretch began during the 1999-2000 season when...
It is a cruel-but-ironic twist that nobody outside of LeBron James has done more damage to Tony Parker's long-shot MVP candidacy than Parker's own teammates.
The Spurs point guard out hurt. An ankle injury is expected to keep him away four weeks. "The Spurs hardly even realize he's gone" is saying too much, but they did crush the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday...
The San Antonio Spurs (48-14) will look for yet another home win as they host the Portland Trail Blazers (28-32) in San Antonio. This will be the Spurs and Blazers last meeting of the season with both teams splitting the first two contests in Portland.
The last game between San Antonio and Portland saw the Blazers win 98-90 in Portland. Tony Parker led the Spurs with 21 points...
Tough road test
The Portland Trail Blazers are at a point in the year where every game matters. There’s no more excusing losses to good teams, and the San Antonio Spurs are no exception the rule.
Matchup: Portland (28-32) vs. San Antonio Spurs (48-14)
Venue: AT&T Center
Time: 5:30 PM PT
Date: Friday, March 8, 2013
If Portland wants to make a run at the postseason, the time...
Stephen Jackson made it short and simple Friday night after the San Antonio Spurs were annihilated at home by the Portland Trailblazers 136-106, as Portland came into San Antonio having lost their previous seven road games.
“Damian Lillard had a hell of a game and their team followed suit.”
“He was pretty special,” added Spurs head Coach Gregg Popovich after the game...
Well, he wasn't going to teach actual basketball skills.
With injured guard Tony Parker sidelined for an expected four weeks, the San Antonio Spurs (48-14) haven't missed a beat in terms of winning as the Spurs have defeated their last two opponents by an average of 28.5 points per game.
The Spurs will host the visiting Portland Trailblazers (28-32) who have been inconsistent on both sides of the ball this season, but did defeat...
In today’s NBA with such a prevalent “me” first attitude it is refreshing when you get a player who works hard but still embraces the team first attitude and his role.
In an Sports Illustrated article written in 1994, David Robinson stated that players get paid handsomely to sit on the bench but when you look at them, they look like someone kicked their dog. He went...
During last month’s All-Star Weekend, Bill Simmons, conducted another excellent interview with San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker who is currently injured with a sprained ankle. They discussed a variety of topics including the 2001 NBA Draft when Parker said he was told that the Boston Celtics were going to draft him before they opted instead to go with Joseph Forte who...