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Right before he came to join the San Antonio Spurs, Nando De Colo did some final training with Franck Le Goff (assistant coach for French team JSF Nanterre) where Goff put De Colo through a battery of dribbling drills, and shooting drills.
In a previous video, Nando went though some dribbling routines where he showed off an impressive handle with the ball. In this latest video, Le Goff put Nando through some shooting drills. Hopefully this training and his work with Spurs assistant coach Chip Engelland will pay off if Nando gets more playing time as the season progresses.
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Former San Antonio Spur Sean Elliott is currently an on-air analyst for the San Antonio Spurs. A franchise that he not only played with for 12 seasons and won a ring with but, also one that stood by him as he battled a kidney condition. As an announcer, it’s expected that he might be a [...]
In the age of social media, the gap between NBA players and fans is bridged bringing fans an even closer look at their favorite athletes.
For San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili, that rings especially true since he has an active twitter and Facebook account and posts photos from several photo sharing sites. But while you may know what Ginobili is having for dinner or his excitement...
Let’s look at the media covering the SAN ANTONIO SPURS Newspaper- The San Antonio Express-News serves the greater San Antonio area. Its online sports section includes a special page of content on the Spurs. Reporter Dan McCarney (Twitter) has the beat covered. ColumnistsBuck Harvey (Twitter) and Mike Monroe (Twitter) will have also have much to say on
The San Antonio Spurs are sitting at 6-1, good enough for the second best record (percentage-wise) in the NBA. Once again, they’re shaking off all the haters who said they were too old, couldn’t compete with the Thunder or the Lakers and that their dynasty was finally headed down to the basement.
It’s definitely too early to start handing out championship rings, but the...
With 19.9 seconds remaining and the San Antonio Spurs trailing the Los Angeles Lakers 82-81 in the fourth quarter on Tuesday, the Spurs didn’t draw up a play for Tony Parker or Tim Duncan. On this night in Los Angeles, the Spurs drew up a play for Danny Green who was being defended by the Lakers’ Kobe Bryant. With Bryant not playing Green closely, Green made him pay.
After all the presents are opened on Christmas Day, the avid basketball fan that wants to avoid the in-laws can park it in front of the TV for a quintuple-header of NBA games. But don’t be alarmed if the jerseys look a little different on December 25th.
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Danny Green hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 9.3 seconds left, Tony Parker scored 19 points and the San Antonio Spurs beat Los Angeles 84-82 Tuesday night in the Lakers' first loss since firing coach Mike Brown.
After Pau Gasol missed a 3-pointer, Tiago Splitter's hustle prevented the Lakers from controlling the rebound before the buzzer sounded on Los Angeles' first...
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This must be ESPN's "Boom Goes The Dynamite" moment.
After the San Antonio Spurs' win over the Indiana Pacers earlier this month, ESPN broke down the game but apparently failed miserably.
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San Antonio Spurs 2011 draft pick Adam Hanga continues to flourish overseas playing with Spanish club for Bàsquet Manresa.
It wasn't too long ago Hanga hit a last second shot for Manresa against Grand Canaria and it seems he did it again. At the end of the first quarter of a recent game, Hanga launched a half court shot and hit nothing but net. Check it out.
Dwight Howard dunks amongst three Spurs on Tuesday.
The By The Numbers recap for the Lakers’ 84-82 loss to the San Antonio Spurs at Staples Center on Tuesday night. The Lakers are now 3-5, and next play home to Phoenix on night.
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There are a lot of negative thoughts stirred when DeMarcus Cousins name gets mentioned. In light of his recent suspension from the league for confronting Sean Elliot who was talking about how Cousins had some trash talk on the court against Tim Duncan and how Duncan responded to that trash talk by playing. Below is the excerpt from Elliot courtesy of Project Spurs:
PORTLAND, Ore. -- The San Antonio Spurs ended a seven-game losing streak at the Rose Garden against the Portland Trail Blazers on Saturday night. The Spurs trailed the Blazers through the first three quarters then pulled ahead in the fourth quarter only to see the Blazers come back. San Antonio finally pulled out the 112-109 win, before an announced sellout crowd of 20,447. ...
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