Found November 19, 2012 on
Nando De Colo
San Antonio Spurs
Los Angeles Clippers
“Of all our games, this game is in the soft category. We never had five guys who competed hard enough to win the basketball game.”
That was San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich on Monday evening after his Spurs fell to the Los Angeles Clippers 92-87 at home.
“The Clippers played aggressively and competed at a top level for 48 minutes,” continued Popovich, “I thought for a portion of that game, we were an embarrassment.”
Popovich had reason to be upset with his team after their performance on Monday. The Spurs originally held a 10-point first quarter lead, but then fell apart in the second quarter and clawed back through the next two, but eventually, they could not make the full comeback.
Early in the first quarter, Spurs forward Stephen Jackson injured his little right finger trying to deflect a pass. Jackson would continue to play in the first but by halftime; Manu Ginobili (15 points) said Jackson told the team he would be out for a while.
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It was a day of fractured finger diagnoses. Kyrie Irving was diagnosed with a broken finger, and now Stephen Jackson has been diagnosed with a fractured pinky finger. The San Antonio Spurs guard is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with the fractured finger.Injury update: Stephen Jackson has a non-displaced fracture of the proximal phalanx of his right little finger. Rxpected to miss...
San Antonio Spurs swingman Stephen Jackson is expected to miss four to six weeks after suffering a non-displaced fracture to his right pinkie finger during Monday night's home game against the Los Angeles Clippers.
Jackson sustained the fracture late in the first quarter, leaving the court with less than a minute remaining in the period for X-rays.
He was starting his second...
San Antonio Spurs forward Stephen Jackson suffered a non-displaced fracture in his right little finger Monday, and he is expected to miss four to six weeks. Jackson, who was playing in place of Kawhi Leonard, out due to left knee tendinitis, was hurt in the first quarter of the Spurs' home game against the Los Angeles Clippers. He scored two points and grabbed two rebounds...
For all you sneaker heads out there, you might want to check out this video of Spurs reserve forward Stephen Jackson's collection of Air Jordans in his shoe closet.S-Jax showed off his collection to Air Kicks editor George Kiel and the best word to explain his shoe stockpile would probably be extensive:(Courtesy of Project Spurs)
During last night's Los Angeles Clippers/San Antonio Spurs affair, Spurs forward Stephen Jackson attempted to corral a loose ball in the first quarter.As he went for it, Jackson's left hand collided with Clippers guard Willie Green and caused his pinkie finger to dislocate:Jackson's finger injury will cause him to miss 4-6 weeks of action.
Last night against the Clippers, Jackson broke his right pinky. And unfortunately, that’s his shooting hand. As it is, the Spurs aren’t too deep at the 3, so losing Jackson hurts more than it seems.
Early approximations say that he could be out anywhere from 4-6 weeks.
By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
San Antonio Spurs swingman Stephen Jackson has a non-displaced fracture of his right pinky finger. Stephen Jackson
He tried to get the finger taped up by the training staff and continue to play, but apparently, couldn’t playy with the injury. He is expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks with the injury.
The San Antonio Spurs had their work cut out for them from the start before taking on the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night. The Spurs are particularly thin these days, with forwards Kawhi Leonard and Stephen Jackson both nursing injuries. Given that they were missing some key players against one of the best teams in the Western Conference, you could argue that a 92-87 loss is...
The San Antonio Spurs' small forward woes continue with injuries to starter Kawhi Leonard (left knee quadriceps tendinitis) and backup Stephen Jackson (fractured right pinky). While Leonard will be back sooner than Jackson (out 4-6 weeks), the Spurs are wasting no time in calling up someone to fill in some holes on the roster from the NBA D-League. According to ESPN's Marc...
The San Antonio Spurs (8-3) will take a trip to Boston as they face the Boston Celtics (6-5) at the TD Garden.
The Spurs are coming off a loss to the Clippers and will have to face the Celtics shorthanded. They will be without Kawhi Leonard and Stephen Jackson due to injuries thus leaving their frontcourt very thin.
The Celtics are coming off a big loss to the Pistons but...
Through his 10 years in the NBA, San Antonio Spurs’ Manu Ginobili has won three NBA championships with the Spurs, been named an NBA All-Star, been part of an all NBA team, and even won Sixth Man of the Year once in his career.
Aside from all of his individual achievements, Ginobili might have done something that won’t be found in any record books.
Ginobili may have opened...
The San Antonio Spurs (8-2) will visit the TD Garden tonight as they will face off against the Boston Celtics (6-5) in Boston.
The Spurs are coming off an loss to the Clippers described as "embarrassing" by head coach Gregg Popovich while the Celtics are coming off a big loss to the Pistons, however, Boston has not played since Sunday and will be fresh for this game...
BOSTON -- Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was waiting for Tony Parker to break out. That's just what Parker did Wednesday night, leading San Antonio to a 112-100 victory over the Celtics in the opener of the Spurs' five-game road trip. "This was his best game in a while," Popovich said after Parker scored 26 points and dished out six assists in the road win. "...
After the New York Knicks defeated the San Antonio Spurs on November 15 in San Antonio, Gregg Popovich said the following of his oft struggling third year Brazilian big man.
"It is huge because he was shooting 80 percent for most of the season. This is great for his confidence to shoot the ball like that (versus Knicks). Hopefully he can keep it going."