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San Antonio Spurs
The NBA is kinda boring right now. I know. There isn't much to cover prior to training camp, so instead we'll indulge you with a comprehensive list, ranking the San Antonio Spurs roster from 14-1. Each day we will reveal a new player and that's when we ask you, the dear reader, to chime in. Connect with #SpursRank on Facebook or Twitter or dabble in the comment section below, and prepare to defend your argument. I may or may not attack you verbally. No promises. And without further ado …
#12 - Jeff Pendergraph
San Antonio Spurs fans wanted a free agency splash this offseason -- with Al Jefferson, David West, Paul Millsap and Nikola Pekovic saturating the big man market, there were plenty of legitimate big man to complement Tim Duncan.
Instead, the Spurs dabbed their feet in the water, re-signing Manu Ginobili and Tiago Splitter. Their only notable acquisitions -- Marco Belinelli and Jeff Pendergraph -- won't significantly impact their ...
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It seems not only former Spur DeJuan Blair thought he could have helped the San Antonio Spurs win the NBA Championship. Apparently another former player on the Spurs bench thought they could have contributed as well.
This time Tracy McGrady told ESPN’s First Take the following.
"When we were in the Finals and Manu [Ginobili] was struggling, I felt I...
Add another pro-basketball team to San Antonio Spurs 2010 NBA draftee Ryan Richards' resume.
After playing with (in no particular order) Team Britain, Team Jamaica, Georgia team Sokhumi, Polish team Asseco, Spanish team Gran Canaria, Austrian team BC Zepter, and Swiss teams Lugano Tigers and BBC Monthey, Richards has now signed with Al Nasr Dubai in the United Arab Emirates...
Do the Spurs really need to bring in another veteran? Was Tracy McGrady wrong for his comments on the NBA Finals? Is it time for Tony Parker to put his national team efforts to rest?
All this and a breakdown of the dynamic 2013-14 Pacific Division with Aaron Preine (@DukeOfBexar).
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Ex-Texas Longhorn and former San Antonio Spurs guard T.J. Ford knows what it takes to make it in the NBA. The highs, lows, the battles and just trying to fit in with the right team at a high level is taxing on young players.
And this struggle wasn't lost with Cory Joseph.
Cory saw himself drafted after one year with Texas, then found himself buried on the bench, playing...
San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills was a unique talent growing up in Australia.
This video detailing his path back in high school gives a glimpse into the kind of work and days Mills went through while aspiring to be part of the Australian national team. Mills is now the leader of that squad.
Ironically, Mills points to defense as being something he needs to...
San Antonio Spurs fans know Tony Parker well, as the all-star point guard has been a Spur since he was 19-years-old.
The journey from taking over as starting point guard as a young rookie to learning through tough love from Spurs coach Gregg Popovich and now becoming undoubtedly one of the top ten players in the NBA gives Spurs fans a good sample size of information on the guard...
After Brazil suffered a narrow two-point defeat at the hands of Jamaica to end their FIBA Americas Championship run in the first round, much criticism has been directed at several Brazilian players, and especially a few that did not play in the tournament for their home country.
Notably absent was San Antonio Spurs' Tiago Splitter, who has been a main centerpiece for Brazil...
Coming into the 2013 FIBA Americas tournament, the Canadian National team looked far from a dominant force as they had just lost four consecutive games in exhibition play in the Tuto Marchand Cup the week before the Americas tournament began.
Fast-forward to the end of Phase 1 of the Americas tournament and the Canadian National team has shown they are a force to be reckoned...
Since the inception of the NBA Draft Lottery, San Antonio Spurs have only drafted in the top-10 a total of three times. Take a moment and let that sink in.
Although those three times earned them three guys turned out to be pretty good picks, David Robinson (1987), Sean Elliot (1989) and this Tim Duncan fella (1997).
The Spurs are proof of the value of consistency in the...
For those San Antonio Spurs fans that were born after 1984 were not treated to seeing George “The Iceman” Gervin play in his prime and witness his patented "finger roll" shot.
Well thanks to friend of Project Spurs Mookie Schiralli over at And Rise, the site took some classic black and white pictures of NBA stars of the past and given us those same moments - in...
Tracy McGrady was one of the most elite scorers in the NBA during his relatively short-lived prime. He averaged 26.1 points per game over an eight-year span with the Orlando Magic and Houston Rockets, but injuries sent his career downhill in a hurry. Despite that, T-Mac recently hinted that he believes he was as good […]
Basketball giveth, and basketball taketh away; sometimes in the span of a few seconds.
The San Antonio Spurs and their fans were three seconds away from winning the ultimate prize in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. But one Ray Allen, did the improbable and knocked down the biggest shot of the series which subsequently revived the Miami Heat and crushed the spirits of the Spurs and their...
EuroBasket 2013 got underway in Slovenia and in Team France's opening match, Germany shocked the tournament pool by beating the favorite French squad 80-74 without Dirk Nowitzki nor Chris Kaman in uniform.
San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker finished with 18 points in 30 minutes of action. Boris Diaw chipped in with 7 points while Nando Do Colo finished with 9 points in the...
After suffering a surprising loss Wednesday in the opening game of the 2013 Eurobasket against Germany, the French National team returned to form on Thursday as they defeated Great Britain by a whopping 23-points.
Meanwhile, Italy moved to 2-0 at the Eurobasket with a 15-point win and Canada continued its dominance in the FIBA Americas championship with a 22-point win over Mexico...
They are quirky, funny and will always sum of any situation quite succinctly. Of course I am speaking of the hilarious Taiwanese animation.
In the latest installment, the Spurs-Heat 2013 Finals is the target and the creators did not hold back.
From basically saying the Spurs are old-geezers, showing just how ineffective Manu Ginobili and Chris Bosh were to implying the Heat...