Found June 02, 2014 on Project Spurs:
The question that no one asked when the San Antonio Spurs met the Oklahoma City Thunder was “who was going to guard Kawhi Leonard?” and we saw that question played a huge part in the series in six games in San Antonio’s favor. The Spurs showed they were a different machine this season unlike what […]

Spurs don't get back without moving on

The journey back to the NBA Finals is one the San Antonio Spurs had never made before. Each of their four previous championships didn't include a back-to-back title, much less a return to the title series. So that makes this season unique in terms of getting back. The Spurs suffered their first Finals setback last June, a painful and downright cruel ending in Miami. Never had...

Gregg Popovich: I’m Still Learning How To Use Boris Diaw

This is Boris Diaw’s third season with the San Antonio Spurs, and he has turned into an important clog in their rotation. After being cut by the miserable Charlotte Bobcats, many wondered exactly what the future would hold for Diaw. Diaw’s well-rounded game has made him quite the weapon for Gregg Popovich. He does so many things well, and while he’ll never necessarily be great...

San Antonio Spurs Advance to the 2014 NBA Finals

For the second straight year the San Antonio Spurs beat the Thunder and advance to the NBA Finals to face the Miami Heat. “We wanted it badly, said Tim Duncan. I was afraid we gave it away there late. It’s unbelievable to regain the focus [after last season's Finals loss]. We’ve got four more to win and we’ll do it this time.” Game 1 of the NBA Finals begins June 5th...

Spurs Injury Update: Severity of Tony Parker's injury unknown

The San Antonio Spurs enter the NBA Finals in a rematch of last year's Finals against the Miami Heat. The Spurs got back to the Finals following a 112-107 win in overtime over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday. The Spurs did so without the presence of veteran guard Tony Parker in the second half and in the overtime due to ankle soreness.. His status for Game 1 of the NBA...

Video: Spurs 2014 Western Conference Title Trophy Presentation

Congratulations to the San Antonio Spurs as they captured back-to-back Western Conference titles after defeating the Thunder in six games. With the win, the Spurs will face the Miami Heat once again for a shot at title number five and a chance for revenge versus the Heat. After the Game 6 win, the Spurs were presented […]

Tony Parker “Hopeful” To Play in Game 1

San Antonio was able to advance to the finals, despite not having future hall of fame point guard in the second half due to a sprained ankle. In order to beat Miami, San Antonio will definitely need Parker’s services. Sources: Despite ankle sprain, Tony Parker and Spurs hopeful point guard will be ready for Game 1 of Finals. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA...

San Antonio Spurs Finals ‘Beat The Heat’ Hype Song Is Ramones-Esque

This San Antonio Spurs NBA Finals hype song called "Beat the Heat" sounds very much like the Ramones.

Tim Duncan: Spurs “Happy” to be Playing the Heat

With their 102-97 game clinching win over the Thunder, the San Antonio Spurs set up a rematch of last year’s NBA Finals. For the second consecutive season, it’ll be Tim Duncan and the Spurs facing off against LeBron James and the Heat. Last year’s series didn’t end too well for San Antonio and according to Duncan, the team still has a bad taste in their mouths. Tim Duncan...

Tim Duncan Says Spurs Will Beat the Heat in NBA Finals

Game 6 of the 2013 NBA finals: San Antonio Spurs are 3-2 in the series and have a 5-point lead with 28 seconds left in the game. Timeout is called and early celebration by... The post Tim Duncan Says Spurs Will Beat the Heat in NBA Finals appeared first on The League News.

Dwyane Wade says Gregg Popovich is great at playing ‘mind tricks’

There are few NBA coaches that have the track record of San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich and with the Spurs going to the 2014 NBA Finals, he’ll have to pull out all the stops to beat the Miami Heat. Earlier today, Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade asked about coach Popovich and below is the response (as noted by Jason Lieser of the Palm Beach Post) he gave regarding if the...

Kawhi Leonard puts Serge Ibaka on a Poster

Kawhi Leonard is one of the most underrated players in the NBA. Leonard had the play of the night in the Spurs Game 6 victory over OKC. As the Spurs are headed to the NBA again. Leonard threw down a nasty dunk on Serge Ibaka in the opening minutes of the game. Remember Ibaka is one of the best shot blockers in the whole league. Check it out below.

Heat-Spurs Is An NBA Finals Rematch For The Ages

Miami Heat-San Antonio Spurs NBA Finals preview and predictions. Who is going to win this year's NBA championship?

If This NBA Finals Rematch Has Five Moments as Good as These From Last Year, We’re in for a Real Treat

If the basketball gods are good, Spurs vs. Heat Round 2 will be every bit as good as Spurs vs. Heat Round 1. For those that need a quick refresher on why the Spurs and the Heat should put on an entertaining series, one has to look no further than last year to see that when these two teams meet, amazing happens. Here’s the top five moments of the 2013 Finals between the San Antonio...

Spurs ready for Heat despite season series split

The San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat will square off in the NBA Finals for the second consecutive season. The Silver & Black will be playing with the memories of their heartbreaking defeat in last years finals. Add in a deeper bench and revenge on their minds, it is shaping up to be one of […]

A Shot At Redemption

There are three distinct bad playoff moments in the Tim Duncan-era. For the sake of Spurs fans worldwide, I won’t divulge into the details behind these wounds, but everyone knows exactly what three moments are being referenced. Well, one can be talked about. Specifically, it can be talked about because of last night’s events. As […]
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