Found December 16, 2012 on
The San Antonio Spurs are limping along early in the regular season with Kawhi Leonard, Stephen Jackson and Manu Ginobili suffering various injuries. Ginobili suffered a left thigh contusion in last night's win over Boston and is questionable for the upcoming game versus the Thunder. But the team might be seeing Jackson back on the court.
According to Jackson, he is targeting Monday's clash with Oklahoma City for his return.
Cant wait till monday. Gonna b happy to b bak on the court. #GoSpursGo
— Stephen Jackson (@DaTrillStak5) December 16, 2012
Jackson suffered a broken finger in his right hand back in November versus the Clippers and was expected to be out 4-6 weeks.
Though Jackson says he will be back Monday, it will ultimately be up to the Spurs training staff to make the final call.
Prior to the injury, Jackson was averaging 7.7 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.5 assist. Should Jackson be back Monday, he will be a welcomed sight considering Leonard will still be out of action and Ginobili dealing with his injury.
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The Spurs lost Manu Ginobili for the remainder of their game against the Celtics on Saturday, though it looks like the San Antonio shooting guard could have prevented the injury.
Ginobili suffered the left quad injury while flopping. The Spurs’ guard leaned into a Chris Wilcox screen, and vaulted off the Celtics’ center, careening to the ground. Ginobili stayed on the ground...
December 15th is a significant day in the NBA calendar. That is the first day that free agents signed in the offseason can be traded. For the San Antonio Spurs, that means it's the first day Boris Diaw, Patty Mills and Tim Duncan (ha ha!) can be traded. According to ESPN, Danny Green can't be traded until January 15th because he was signed using the Spurs' Early...
SAN ANTONIO -- With Manu Ginobili out hurt and Tim Duncan struggling, the San Antonio Spurs turned to Tony Parker and a tested bench to get them a win. They produced in convincing style. Parker had 22 points and eight assists to lead the Spurs to a 103-88 win over the Boston Celtics Saturday night at the AT&T Center. The 12th-year guard was 8-of-14 from the field and 5...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Tony Parker had 22 points and eight assists to help the San Antonio Spurs beat the Boston Celtics 103-88 on Saturday night.
Gary Neal added 20 points, Danny Green scored 12 and Tiago Splitter finished with 16 points and eight rebounds for San Antonio (19-6), which overcame the loss of Manu Ginobili to improve to 8-2 at home.
Ginobili departed with a bruised...
OFF THE GLASS
Arguably one of the best NBA points guards in the 2000's, Spurs guard Tony Parker showed off his usual flair for the dramatic in the fourth quarter of San Antonio's game against the Boston Celtics last night. Watch as Tony P gets to the rack and somehow uses the top of the backboard to get his circus shot to fall:
The Spurs are beginning to give Tim Duncan and Tiago Splitter extended minutes together.
San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker has a packed NBA resume full of accolades. From being an NBA All-Star, a candidate for the NBA MVP, and NBA champion to winning the 2007 NBA Finals MVP, Parker's trophy case is quite full.
Well Parker might want to create some space on that shelf.
TP has been nominated for FIBA’s European Player of the Year in 2012.
Parker is joined...
The days when the San Antonio Spurs had one dimensional players besides the "Big 3" of Tony Parker, Tim Duncan, and Manu Ginobili are gone.
The Spurs no longer rely on a simple pick and roll along with a Tim Duncan "4 Down" like they used to in a predictable offense. Now the Spurs have a whole team full of versatile players who can dribble, drive, kick the...
SAN ANTONIO -- San Antonio guard Tony Parker had 22 points and eight assists to lead the Spurs to a 103-88 win over the Boston Celtics Saturday night at the AT&T Center. Parker was 8 of 14 from the field and 5 of 6 from the free throw line and scored nine points in the final quarter. Gary Neal added 20 points, Tiago Splitter 16 and Danny Green 12 as the Spurs snapped a two...
The San Antonio Spurs may have lost last night to the Blazers but Tim Duncan sure left an impression on Nicolas Batum.
During the first quarter of last night's game, Tony Parker found Duncan off a pick-and-roll and Batum was just at the wrong place, at the wrong time.
Check out TD putting Batum on a poster. Hopefully Batum learned a valuable lesson... never get in TD...
The matchup of the game when Oklahoma City Thunder play host to the San Antonio Spurs is between Tony Parker and Russell Westbrook.
In their last meeting, both players had great games with 14 points and 11 assists from Parker and 18 points, 5 assists, and 8 rebounds from Westbrook.
San Antonio will likely be without guard Manu Ginobili (quad contusion) and that will have...
Spurs backcourt Tony Parker and Gary Neal combined for 42 points to lead the Spurs over the Celtics 103-88. Paul Pierce and Jason Terry led the Celtics with 19 apiece in the losing effort. Here are some more quick observations:
Jason Terry couldn't miss in the 1st half (17 points).
Jason Terry couldn't make in the 2nd half (1 point).
Manu Ginobili was limited to just over...
The Celtics dropped their second straight game, falling to the San Antonio Spurs 103-88. It was the second of back to back games and although the Celtics hung with the Spurs in the first half, they played from behind for much of the game and clearly ran out of gas in the second half and that's when the Spurs took advantage and raced out to a double digit lead.
The Spurs Gary Neal and the Celtics Doc Rivers, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry talk after Saturday night's game.
The Celtics had a chance in this one, as the Spurs were not at their finest, but the shots did not fall down the stretch for the boys in green and the Celtics picked up their second consecutive loss. Boston leaves the run of games against the lone star state with one win in double over-time against Dallas after playing the three Texas teams in a row. Some notes from the game...