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San Antonio Spurs shooting coach Chip Engelland has helped numerous Spurs players with their shooting over the years. Former Spur Steve Kerr has raved about Engelland and the proof is in the pudding with Spurs all-star guard Tony Parker, who transitioned from a one-dimensional point guard whose main weapon was penetrating and finishing in the paint.
With Engelland's help...
Even if we’ve all tried to forget when San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker got hit with a piece of glass at a nightclub in New York over the summer, he still hasn’t.
Parker is still pursuing a $20 million lawsuit against W.i.P. nightclub in New York, saying they shouldn’t have let singer/rapper/major tool Chris Brown in because he’s been known to have a hot temper and...
Greg Oden's path back to the NBA could lead to San Antonio or Charlotte. Or Miami. Or Boston. Another week and more talk of where the former No. 1 pick will land.
Fox Sports Florida spoke with Oden's agent, Mike Conley, who is pushing hard in the media that his client is a hot commodity.
“I definitely can see both of those teams [as possibilities],’’ Conley...
Danny Green dropped eight bombs Wednesday, finishing with 28 points, three rebounds, three assists and three steals.
The Spurs' starting shooting guard is blistering in his last two:
February 2: 15 points, two 3-pointers, three rebounds, two assists and a block.
January 30: 17 points, three 3-pointers, five rebounds, two assists, three steals and two blocks.
After being cleared to return to the practice court, San Antonio Spurs 2012 NBA draftee, guard Marcus Denmon, is back on the hardwood and playing for French team Chalon-Elan.
As you may recall, Denmon suffered a broken right foot in the opening game for Chalon-Elan, and underwent surgery to repair his broken right foot where a metal rod was placed in his foot to strengthen it...
The San Antonio Spurs may be looking to add another piece to this team, even with a full roster at the moment. As reported by San Antonio Express News' Jeff McDonald on Twitter, the Spurs have been interested in a Minnesota Timberwolves player:
Pop says Spurs have had interest in French forward Mickael Gelabale, who is on the second of two 10-days with Minnesota.
Jacob Eisenberg profiles Kawhi Leonard and his rise from tragedy to becoming the future cornerstone of the San Antonio Spurs.
We're back...finally with a new episode of the Spurscast. With Jeff Garcia out for this show due to what we can only guess is vest shopping, staff writers Jose Grijalva and Kyle Boenitz joined me to talk about the latest with the San Antonio Spurs.
Up first, we talked about the injury to Tim Duncan and how the San Antonio Spurs will stay afloat without him. We all agree that...
If you hear a person start a conversation by buttering you up, then you better be aware because the conversation is going to take a 180 degree turn in a heartbeat after that phrase is finished.
After hearing this tirade, I got to thinking that ESPN's Stephen A Smith does have some valid points about the San Antonio Spurs' 2012 playoff run.
The Spurs did look like...
The San Antonio Spurs (39-11) will be looking to make it win number two on their Rodeo Road Trip and win number 12 in a row tonight as they visit the Detroit Pistons (18-32). This will be the first meeting between the Spurs and Pistons this season.
The Spurs are coming off a 104-94 win over the Timberwolves to kick off their annual extended-road trip. Danny Green and Tony Parker...
ESPN's Stephen A. Smith is showing, shockingly, the one quality that is not shared among all the media talking heads -- the ability to keep an open mind and re-evaluate one’s thoughts and opinions.
Most folks seem to make their first evaluation and stick with it. So for this reason, kudos are in order for Mr. Stephen A. Smith. See, Smith, in the past, has never backed...
The San Antonio Spurs have the best record in the NBA and the Charlotte Bobcats have the worst. But they have something in common.
Mike Conley, the agent for often-injured free-agent center Greg Oden, said Wednesday theyre both teams that interest his client.
I definitely can see both of those teams (as possibilities), Conley said in a telephone interview with FOX Sports Florida...
The Utah Jazz's trade situation with Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap remains fluid.
A few months ago, ESPN's Chad Ford speculated that the Jazz were more likely to trade Jefferson than Millsap. Then ESPN's Marc Stein reported that Millsap could be the one to go.
And now comes today's report from Chris Sheridan: "The San Antonio Spurs are the front-runners...