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When it comes to being the world's fastest man Usain Bolt has the routine down. The man wins just about every time he steps on the track and often times can be seen letting up before he crosses the finish line--he is that far ahead!
Being the beast that he is requires a healthy amount of confidence, and he's earned it. The problem with that confidence is when it gets him thinking he can out due other guys at their sport--like San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker.
Bolt recently made a video for Parker. In that video he offered his services-- not as a sprinter or for speed training. No, he wanted to help him with his shot.
He didn't just offer his services. No, he had to insult Parker's game in the process.
Parker appears to be on some television show in France so it is probably safe to say this is just a gag reel meant to give Parker and the audience a chuckle or two.
Either that or Bolt's talents are wasted in sprinting and in the celebrity all-star game!
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Tony Parker is running on fumes. More specifically adrenaline and champagne after spending the bulk of his short summer break helping France claim its first European basketball championship.
Yet despite complaining of fatigue after the final of EuroBasket 2013 little more than a week ago Parker said during Monday’s media day event at the team practice site that he’s ready to...
Editor's Note: When it comes to everything and anything sneakers, there's only one guy we here at Project Spurs turn to... Red's Army's Jamey Burke aka KWAPT. KWAPT sent us this review of Tony Parker's signature PEAK sneakers which fans can now buy. Give it a read and make sure to follow KWAPT on Twitter. Ask him what his Twitter name really means. Spurs fans...
At 34-years old, San Antonio Spurs' training camp invitee Corey Maggette understands his time in the NBA is limited but still feels he can still have an impact on an NBA squad.
In an interview with Sirius XM Sports, Maggette made it clear he knows he has to adjust his role and be ready mentality. He admits that he is a scorer but understands he must adjust his game if he...
San Antonio Spurs shooting guard, Danny Green has progressed nicely since he finally locked down a spot in the NBA. It was a task that required perseverance and a lot of hard work.
After a breakout performance in last years playoffs which included smashing Ray Allen's' finals 3 point shooting record, Danny has spent a good portion of his summer working hard to...
At media day, ESPN SA's "The Blitz" with Jason Minnix and Dat Nguyen spoke with San Antonio Spurs' Danny Green about the upcoming season and his offseason.
Aside from the obvious that he is still feeling the sting of losing in the NBA Finals, Green did reveal he put in a lot of work into his game in the offseason. From hs footwork, finishing at the rim to keeping...
The San Antonio Spurs saw players DeJuan Blair, Gary Neal, and to a lesser extent Stephen Jackson and assistant coaches Brett Brown and Mike Budenholzer leave the team thus making the year's bench look different.
Added have been guard Marco Belinelli, and forward Jeff Ayers in the early offseason and recently signed Sam Young (and whoever may impress at training camp) as...
SAN ANTONIO - For a team as well-traveled as the San Antonio Spurs, you wouldn’t think a place like Colorado Springs would seem so foreign, especially considering they are a team boasting talent from France, Argentina, Brazil, Australia, Italy and Canada
But for many that went on the trek to the Air Force Academy after media day yesterday for training camp, which begins today...
The San Antonio Spurs may be out in Colorado for training camp but thanks to the power of social media, Spurs fans in San Antonio can soak in the sights and sounds of the team putting in work.
Check out a few videos of the Spurs open practice tonight.
With the San Antonio Spurs boasting two players from Latin America - Argentina's Manu Ginobili and Brazil's Tiago Splitter - it shouldn't be too much of a surprise to find out their jerseys will be extremely popular. Especially Manu's.
However, according to a global jersey sales report from Adidas, last season Tim Duncan's jersey was a top-selling jersey in...
They say time heals all but from the look in San Antonio Spurs' Manu Ginobili's eyes and hearing his voice crack when talking about the loss to the Heat in the NBA Finals, it might be safe to say it is still weighing on his mind.
Check out what Manu had to say about losing to the Heat in the Finals. You can just feel his pain.
How you feel about Marco Belinelli will likely depend on how you feel about Manu Ginobili.
Make no mistake — Belinelli is no Ginobili. Rather he’s a watered-down version of the aging yet still-potent dynamo the Spurs had no doubts about re-signing even after a wildly inconsistent Finals. Considering Ginobili at 36 is a watered-down version of his own best self that isn’t...
SAN ANTONIO - Today officially marked the end of the offseason with the San Antonio Spurs holding media day just prior to the start of training camp, which will be held at the Air Force Academy this year.
For some Spurs players, it was an offseason of world travel or workouts and some really didn’t even get much of a chance for a break after the NBA Finals with the start of...
The fastest man in the world Usain Bolt thinks San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker’s jump shot sucks … And as a bonus he does not hesitate to show him how its done. Tony looks stunned.-TOUsain Bolt Launches New Book Usain Bolt Photo Goes Viral
Fun exercise: Add up San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker's regular season minutes, playoff minutes and international minutes. It's at least 7,517, and that's not including the time he's logged with France.
Parker addressed his availability in the 2014 World Cup at media day. Suffice to say, he's likely going to take a backseat next offseason.
Australia can’t be a basketball country can it?
Jamaicans couldn’t be bobsledders either until Irving Blitzer realized the potential they had and led them to the Calgary Olympics in the classic Disney movie “Cool Runnings”.
So what do new 76ers coach Brett Brown and Irving Blitzer have in common?
The answer: They both helped start a great movement.
As Brown and the 76ers...