Found November 07, 2012 on
Vinny Del Negro
San Antonio Spurs
Los Angeles Clippers
San Antonio Spurs (4-0) vs. Los Angeles Clippers (2-2)
It is always kind of amazing to watch the great franchises be great. It seems even in this early part of the season that the Spurs continue not to get the respect they deserve. San Antonio is the only Western Conference team left unbeaten while the other contenders go through their own soul searching early on.
San Antonio has none of that. With little turnover on the roster, the Spurs came into the season ready to play and ready to take the early lead for the West's top spot -- something the Spurs know does not guarantee them anything in the postseason.
Tim Duncan looks like has found the fountain of youth and Tony Parker is in complete command of the offense. And Gregg Popovich will have another inter-quarter interview to show that he is in fine form.
The Clippers, on the other hand, are one of those contenders in turmoil. Los Angeles has lost two straight games including one to the plucky ...
BEST OF MAXIM
There’s now video for the photos from the commercial shoot that Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and Tim Duncan filmed last month. The Spurs big three star in three humorous advertisements promoting products from H-E-B Supermarket.
The first features the Spurs try H-E-B’s new M1 Products. From the Deep Scrub Body Bar to the Two-in-One Body Wash we saw impressive results.
The San Antonio Spurs have revolved around their Big 3 of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili for what seems like forever. The role players have come and gone, but the core stays intact. How is this possible?
All three of them have had the chances to go elsewhere, make more money, help a new team win, but they’ve always stayed in San Antonio.
One word: sacrifice....
And just when you thought you had seen it all in terms of San Antonio Spurs forward Tiago Splitter's offense, he decided to join in on the dunk fest the Clippers were having last night.
Splitter took the ball coast to coast before using a nice ball fake to create some space so he could finish the dunk.
While normally the idea of Splitter bringing the ball up the court...
The San Antonio Spurs are off to the best start of an NBA season in their history at 4-0 and tonight they will be looking to make it five games in a row tonight versus the Clippers. And with a perfect record to start the season, San Antonio remains the lone undefeated Western Conference team and fans are taking notice of the team's hot start.
According to Fanatics.com, a...
SAN ANTONIO -- The San Antonio Spurs never in their history started a season 4-0. Not in the George Gervin era. Not in the David Robinson era. Tim Duncan reached that figure Monday, and the Spurs celebrated the Big 4-0 in an appropriate manner. Duncan had 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead San Antonio to a 101-79 win over the Indiana Pacers at the AT&T Center. The victory...
The San Antonio Spurs made some franchise history as they started a season 4-0 with a win over the Indiana Pacers last night 101-79. The bench led the way for the team with 57 points with Gary Neal pacing the team off the bench with 17 points from Gary Neal.
As the game raged on, the Spurs provided fans some great highlights to talk about from DeJuan Blair, Kawhi Leonard and...
Ian Mahinmi’s time with the San Antonio Spurs was short. There were some moments that made it seem like he could be a big asset to the team and others that made Spurs fans glad he didn’t stick around too long.
Mahinmi left San Antonio for Dallas and won a championship with the Mavericks and now he’s in Indiana. He’s averaging 17 minutes and 4.5 points per game with the...
The San Antonio Spurs (4-0) will look to make it five games in a row tonight as they will face the Los Angeles Clippers (2-2) in Los Angeles. San Antonio is coming off a 101-79 win over the Pacers led by Gary Neal's 17 points off the bench. Los Angeles is coming off a 101-108 loss to Cleveland. This will be the first time the two team meet since last season's playoff series...
Tonight the San Antonio Spurs (4-0) will face the Los Angeles Clippers (2-2) in a Western Conference showdown in Los Angeles. And with the Spurs looking to win five games in a row, the marquee matchup will be Tim Duncan versus Blake Griffin.
The two have matched up six times in the regular season with TD winning four and Griffin winning two. Head-to-head, Blake averages 20.7...
The San Antonio Spurs' dominance of the Los Angeles Clippers carried into the playoffs last season.
That doesn't seem likely to change just yet.
The Spurs look to continue their best-ever start Wednesday night when they face the Clippers for the first time since sweeping them last spring.
San Antonio (4-0) disposed of upstart Los Angeles (2-2) in four straight games in...
LOS ANGELES -- The San Antonio Spurs entered their Wednesday matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers as one of two undefeated teams left in the NBA, a wily, veteran group that found a way to win its first four games. Then they faced the fresh legs of the Clippers and no longer felt wily or veteran, just tired and spent. Los Angeles ran away from the Spurs with a big third quarter...
The reigning D-League champion Austin Toros are in great position to defend their title as training camps open this month. That also means members of the Toros' roster are in good position to help the Spurs should an injury occur mid-season.
According to NBA.com, three Toros players, including last year's MVP Justin Dentmon, are rated in the D-League's top 30 prospect...
Coming off their first loss of the season, the San Antonio Spurs look to get back to winning against a team they've dominated in recent years.
The Sacramento Kings have won both of their home games, but they'll have a tall task trying to make it three in a row Friday night against a Spurs team that has won eight straight at Sleep Train Arena.
San Antonio (4-1) has had its...