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All it took was a week (literally) for the San Antonio Spurs to defeat and eliminate the injury-plagued Los Angeles Lakers, as Sunday was the final game of the Lakers’ 2013 campaign, where the Spurs once more blew them out on their own floor 103-82.
It was a tale of two “stars” on Sunday, as Tony Parker led the Spurs like any captain would in a battle to put away the enemy - by leading his charge with 23 points and four assists to send D-League guards Andrew Goudelock and Darius Morris back to the Summer League at least gaining some experience in competing with one of the NBA’s premier point guards.
The other “star” Dwight Howard, did the opposite Sunday as Howard let his emotions guide him and he eventually ended up watching his team lose from the locker room, as Howard was ejected early in the third quarter with two technical fouls.
As had been the trend in the series, the Lakers, missing a plethora of their key contributors, were able to compete with the Spurs for one...
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People assume that teams are more than capable of taking down the “washed up” Spurs. But hold on a second. Do people really fully understand the San Antonio Spurs? The Spurs aren’t your ordinary NBA franchise. This organization was built to succeed. The Los Angeles Lakers battled so hard at the end of the season. They gutted out the last few games of the season...
Is the San Antonio Spurs dynasty about to come to an end?
Not if you look at their current playoff match-up, which sees them up 3-0 in their first round playoff series against the Los Angeles Lakers.
But comments Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich made to the San Antonio Express-News on Friday indicate that the man-in-charge knows when he will step away from the bench.
Tony Parker scored 23 points, and the San Antonio Spurs
completed their first-round sweep of the injury-plagued Los Angeles
Lakers with a 103-82 victory in Game 4 on Sunday night.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Tony Parker scored 23 points, and the San Antonio Spurs completed their first-round sweep of the injury-plagued Los Angeles Lakers with a 103-82 victory in Game 4 on Sunday night.
Tim Duncan had 11 points and six rebounds for the second-seeded Spurs, who will face the winner of Denver's series with Golden State in the second round. They'll get plenty...
The always outspoken Charles Barkley apparently irked Metta World Peace, and Metta let the world know about it on Twitter. Barkley mentioned on Sunday night the following in regards to the Lakers age, which is what Metta took exception to. “I like Metta World Peace but for him to think they can bring all those oldgeezers back & win…he’s wrong” We aren’t here to...
The San Antonio Spurs haven’t had much to complain about during their first-round series against the Los Angeles Lakers. The Spurs are leading 3-0, and the vaunted “Big Three” of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili are looking healthy after another season in which they each battled minor injuries
Friday night, as the Spurs were dismantling a Lakers team decimated by...
One of the San Antonio Spurs' commodities overseas, forward Davis Bertans, will be heading to the Alamo City for some training with the team once is season is over in Europe.
According to his agent Arturs Kalnitis (via Sportacentrs.com), Davis will spend the full summer in San Antonio to train with the team once his season with Partizan in the Serbian League is over.
The Los Angeles Lakers dug themselves into a massive hole with a blowout loss to the San Antonio Spurs in Game 3 on Friday night — one that they likely will not climb out of. The Lakers have disappointed their fans all season long, but as anticipated they have looked particularly lost without Kobe Bryant. Injuries have been the team’s biggest issue, but that hasn’t stopped...
Tiago Splitter is out indefinitely due to a sprained left ankle that he suffered in the San Antonio Spurs' Game 3 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday, the team announced Saturday.
Splitter is expected to miss seven to 10 days, according to the San Antonio Express-News.
Splitter averaged 10.3 points and 6.4 rebounds in the regular season, solidifying himself as the Spurs...
The San Antonio Spurs swept the Los Angeles Lakers in the first round but it wasn't without its cost. In Game 3 of the series, Tiago Splitter injured his left ankle late in the game and is out indefinitely.
Splitter was having a great series versus the Lakers' Dwight Howard and Pau Gasol defensively. He was playing tough in the paint, pushing Howard and Gasol out of their...
The matchup of the game for Game 4 will be between Matt Bonner and Dwight Howard.
With Tiago Splitter out, the San Antonio Spurs will be counting on Matt Bonner's contributions throughout the game to sweep the Los Angeles Lakers. Bonner has guarded Howard on the defensive end and Matt hasn't been afraid of giving him hard fouls to help wear him down in the process. The...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By RAUL DOMINGUEZ Associated Press The San Antonio Spurs take a systematic approach under Gregg Popovich.
They didn't take into account that the Los Angeles Lakers were dealing with injuries to stars Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash and Metta World Peace. All the playoff-tested Spurs saw was an opponent they had to beat to advance in the Western Conference playoffs...
The San Antonio Spurs (3-0) will look to sweep the Los Angeles Lakers (0-3) out of the playoffs tonight in Los Angeles but if L.A. wants to avoid getting swept, they'll have to do it without key players.
Steve Nash, Steve Blake, Jodie Meeks, Metta World Peace and of course Kobe Bryant will not play in Game 4 making the Lakers' job at avoiding an early summer vacation...
The San Antonio Spurs humiliated the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 3 120-89 leaving L.A. on the brink of elimination from the playoffs and giving L.A. the worst home playoff loss in Lakers history.
Injuries to the Lakers' roster and being out-manned by San Antonio doesn't help Los Angeles in avoiding a sweep but forward Metta World Peace is being the optimist when it comes...
If you thought the San Antonio Spurs sweeping the Los Angeles Lakers was a major accomplishment, think again. To Manu Ginobiil, it's not exactly the best way to grade the Spurs for the postseason stretch.
Ginobili mentions the Lakers missing huge pieces to their puzzle such as Steve Nash, Steve Blake, Jodie Meeks, Metta World Peace, and of course Kobe Bryant throughout the...