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It was a close call when San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker nearly lost an eye when he found himself in a dust up at a New York City bar between pop stars Drake and Chris Brown.
Since then, TP wore protective eye-wear during the 2012 Olympics and all seems fine heading into the new season.
Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich spoke about TP's eye and says all is fine.
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Saturday mornings are not the same without cartoons. Kids wake up early to catch their favorite shows so in keeping with that grand tradition, here is another episode of the French cartoon, "Baskup," featuring San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker.
In this episode, Parker takes his team, "High Five," to face some squad which has some Transformer rip-off robot...
NBA players and their fashion selections has been a hot topic the last couple months. There usually isn’t any middle ground, you either love it or hate it. Count Spurs Stephen Jackson as one who is not for the daring haberdashery that has dotted the NBA’s landscape recently. The always TRILL Jackson took to Instagram [...]
On this episode of the Project Spurs-News 4 WOAI San Antonio Spurs Roundtable, Paul Garcia and I speak about the Spurs upcoming training camp which is set to kick off this week. Who will make it? Which player should Spurs fans keep an eye on? We break it down.
Also on the show, we discuss the future of DeJuan Blair, go in-depth about the newest Spur Nando De Colo and much more.
The 2012-13 San Antonio Spurs season is almost upon us as training camp and opening night against the Thunder is quickly approaching.
But until that day comes, most Spurs fans are gearing up for what hopes to be another successful season and Chris Duel of San Antonio Magazine joined our friends at News 4 WOAI and provided 40 reasons to love the Spurs during the franchise&...
In a piece by Mike Monroe of the San Antonio Express News on Thursday, San Antonio Spurs General Manager R.C. Buford made an interesting comment regarding one of the team’s possible-only disgruntled players, forward DeJuan Blair.
“We understand the way he feels,” he said. “If we were in his shoes we may feel similar. Having said that, DeJuan helped us win a lot...
While many are waiting to see what type of impact he will do on the court, tt didn't take long for San Antonio Spurs' Nando De Colo to make an impact in the San Antonio community.
De Colo, along with the Spurs' mascot, made a surprise visit at local high school to announce the kids have won a $2,500 check for being a semifinalist for the Spurs' "Team Up...