Found September 30, 2012 on
On this episode of the Project Spurs-News 4 WOAI San Antonio Spurs Roundtable, Paul Garcia and I speak about the Spurs upcoming training camp which is set to kick off this week. Who will make it? Which player should Spurs fans keep an eye on? We break it down.
Also on the show, we discuss the future of DeJuan Blair, go in-depth about the newest Spur Nando De Colo and much more.
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It's been written for what feels like two years now that the San Antonio Spurs need a mobile big man that score and play some defense. After seeing some of his highlight reel, a lot of people thought 2010 second round pick Ryan Richards could, in time, be that guy. Then, when Richards turned up on the Spurs Summer League team in July, people thought that time could be...
Project Spurs attended today's San Antonio Spurs' media day as the players gathered to kick off the new season and push for title number five. There were new faces, familiar faces and of course a few surprises along the way.
Here are five things to note from media day:
Eddy Curry. Perhaps the biggest surprise was to see Curry was on the training camp roster...
Saturday mornings are not the same without cartoons. Kids wake up early to catch their favorite shows so in keeping with that grand tradition, here is another episode of the French cartoon, "Baskup," featuring San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker.
In this episode, Parker takes his team, "High Five," to face some squad which has some Transformer rip-off robot...
The 2012-13 San Antonio Spurs season is almost upon us as training camp and opening night against the Thunder is quickly approaching.
But until that day comes, most Spurs fans are gearing up for what hopes to be another successful season and Chris Duel of San Antonio Magazine joined our friends at News 4 WOAI and provided 40 reasons to love the Spurs during the franchise&...
It was a close call when San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker nearly lost an eye when he found himself in a dust up at a New York City bar between pop stars Drake and Chris Brown.
Since then, TP wore protective eye-wear during the 2012 Olympics and all seems fine heading into the new season.
Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich spoke about TP's eye and says all is fine.
Nando De Colo comes into this year’s San Antonio Spurs season with a great deal of expectations on his shoulders. Even though the team is stacked at the guard position, he’s going to be expected to contribute right away because Spurs fans have been waiting to see what he can do since he was drafted back in 2009.
No doubt Coach Popovich will ride the hot hand at the guard...
The San Antonio Spurs' mascot, the Coyote, is lending a helping paw for the NBA to promote the game as part of the NBA 3X out in Japan.
The Coyote was up to his usual antics Spurs fans are used to seeing at the AT&T Center in Japan as he took to the trampoline to tear down the rim for the fans.
The Spurs have added Eddy Curry and Sherron Collins to their training camp roster.
Flopping can be an effective tool and annoying at the same time. If your favorite player on your favorite team does it and draws the call, you love it. If it's done against your favorite team, it is aggravating.
And for many seasons, San Antonio Spurs' Manu Ginobili has mastered the art of the flop. Spurs fans have seen him flop countless times and for the most part...
The San Antonio Spurs offseason was relatively quiet as the team stood pat and (as of right now) only added guard Nando De Colo. Clearly, the Spurs are looking at stability and keeping the chemistry strong heading into the new season.
Spurs GM R.C. Buford spoke about the offseason and much more with our friend, Don Harris, over at News 4 WOAI. Buford touched on offseason moves...