Found February 17, 2012 on
Tim Duncan isn't an All-Star for the first time, Manu Ginobili missed six weeks and both are surrounded by their most inexperienced supporting cast ever.
BEST OF MAXIM
I admit it. When Manu Ginobili broke his left hand in the second week of the season, I thought San Antonio was finished. Done. Over. I should have known better.
The success the Spurs have enjoyed since drafting Tim Duncan with the No. 1 pick in 1997 doesn't seem to have an expiration date. This team is too good. This franchise is too smart. So here they are again, right near...
San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili strained his left oblique in the Spurs 103-100 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday.Ginobili suffered the injury in the first half and didn't return to the game.The 34-year-old previously missed 22 games this season with a broken left hand.Ginobili was averaging 13.4 points and 3.4 assists per game prior to Saturday's contest.
The San Antonio Spurs took their 9-game winning streak into Los Angeles to face the Clippers on Saturday, but they left Los Angeles with a victory and two costly injuries.
The Spurs were led by Tony Parker’s 30 points and 10 assists, while Gary Neal added 17 points off the bench, as the Spurs defeated the Clippers 103-100 in overtime. The Spurs however, lost Tiago Splitter to...
The San Antonio Spurs won their tenth straight game as they topped the Los Angeles Clippers 103-100 in an overtime game at the Staples Center on Saturday; however the mood was not a festive one in the Spurs locker room after the contest. The “San Antonio Express” has reported that the victory cost them two key players to injury; as starting guard Manu Ginobili and reserve center...
Manu Ginobili and Tiago Splitter will both miss Monday's Spurs-Jazz game in Utah.
Ginobili (strained left oblique) has returned to San Antonio and he will be examined by Spurs team physicians on Monday and will undergo an MRI.
Splitter (strained right calf) remains with the team on the trip.