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Justin Dentmon played two games with the Spurs in March.
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After he won his second consecutive MVP, people started talking about where San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan stood in the pantheon of greatest power forwards ever. Then a lot of people started calling him the greatest power forward ever after he won his third NBA title and third Finals MVP trophy in 2005 by taking down then Detroit Pistons' Ben and Rasheed Wallace at the peak...
Former San Antonio Spurs player Sean Elliott recently took part in an interview with San Antonio's ESPN 1250 to talk about this year's team.
Elliott spoke on how once again the media is sleeping on the Spurs despite their tremendous record, what went wrong with last season's team in the playoffs versus the Grizzlies, what is the difference between this year's squad...
After making a comeback to basketball after suffering a horrific knee injury in college, former San Antonio Spurs player Da'Sean Butler has been waived by the Austin Toros (Spurs' D-League affiliate) due to injury.
Butler, who was drafted by the Miami Heat in the 2010 NBA Draft, signed on with the Spurs last season. Though he didn't get any playing time with San Antonio...
Picking up a player this late in the season to help with the playoffs seems kind of pointless. No matter how talented, you can’t just stick a guy on the court, point him to the hoop and say “go!”
Luckily, the San Antonio Spurs know what they’re doing. When they signed Australian point guard Patrick Mills, they got someone who could fit right in. One of the Spurs’ assistant...
You heard it time after time in recent years -- San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan is old, creaky, and his time in the NBA is done. Yet time after time, Duncan proves he is still as effective as he was when he was dominating and racking up NBA titles.
The 15-year pro is looking like he picked up where Ponce de Leon left off and discovered the "Fountain of Youth" as he is...
Anyone who has been unfortunate enough to catch Stephen A (aka "Screaming A") Smith on ESPN's basketball coverage knows that he can be obnoxious at the best of times. He makes his living from shouting at the camera in an attempt to produce controversy.
This time around he was involved in a debate of sorts with fellow ESPN commenter Skip Bayless about whether the...
As every hardcore Patty Mills fan knows, the speedy Aussie point guard has joined the San Antonio Spurs on a two year deal, after some visa wranglings were eschewed out of the way.
Project Spurs, the best place to go for all news related to Mr Robinson's Neighbourhood, today has a short piece with video news footage of Patty settling in to San An.
Tim Duncan had 10 points and 16 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs recovered after blowing a 17-point, first-half lead to beat the Boston Celtics 87-86 on Wednesday night for their ninth consecutive victory.
Duncan also stopped Paul Pierce on the final play, forcing him into a fallaway jumper that bounced off the rim at the buzzer.
Danny Green scored 14 points, and Gary Neal had...
No one seriously expected the San Antonio Spurs to be where they are right now. They’re sitting at 37-14, two games behind the Thunder in the West and a serious contender for the NBA Finals. They’ve fought through injuries and a tough schedule that is no doubt wearing on an aging Tim Duncan to quiet the haters once again.
A huge part of their success is thanks to head coach...
Tough loss last night, but it did show that the Celtics can play with them. It could have gone either way. I was hoping someone other than Pierce would have taken that last shot. He hasn't been doing so well on game winners recently. Lots of love for Avery from Spurs fans and hate for everyone else :) These aren't as much fun when we lose but hope you enjoy them anyway...
There’s a reason basketball lasts for 48-minutes, as opposed to one half of 24-minutes.
Take the San Antonio Spurs and Boston Celtics on Wednesday night, the Spurs were playing the Celtics on the second night of a back-to-back and at one point had a 17-point lead in the second quarter on a Celtics team that had two days of rest.
But those “older” Celtics wouldn’t let this...
San Antonio Spurs (37-14) at Boston Celtics (30-22)
Wednesday, April 4
7:30 PM ET
Regular Season Game #53, Home Game #28
TV: CSN-NE, FSSW-SA, NBA-LP 754/755
Radio: WOAI, WEEI
Referees: Bill Spooner, Eli Roe, Leon Wood
As with several of the Western conference teams, the Celtics will only face the Spurs this one time. Both teams are on win...
I’ve got good news and bad news.
The good news is that Kyrie Irving will be back in the starting lineup for the Cleveland Cavaliers (17-33, 12th in the East) tonight. The bad news is the Cavaliers are playing the San Antonio Spurs (36-14, 2nd in the East).
It’s funny that the Spurs can continue to fly under everyone’s radar. Hardly anyone seems to be talking about them or taking...