Found November 13, 2011 on Project Spurs:

• Former San Antonio Spurs guard Avery Johnson was in Corpus Christi, Texas as a guest speaker for the Heroes for Hearing, an annual fundraiser for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Center.

• Spurs team doctor Paul Saenz was quite the popular guy at San Antonio's Rock ‘n’ Roll marathon fitness expo.

• Former Spurs player Robert Horry talks about his "Robert Horry Center for Sports and Physical Rehabilitation" center and how much it means to him.

• Pounding the Rock has all the dates and times you need to catch Spurs draftees, and former players hitting the hardwood overseas.

• Express News' Tim Griffin takes a look at Baylor's Perry Jones as a possible NBA draft lottery pick.

• Spurs.com gives you an inside look at what it is to be the Spurs' Broadcast Traffic Manager.

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