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There will be an early season rematch of the 2012 Western Conference Finals as the San Antonio Spurs host the Olahoma City Thunder tonight.
And while the Spurs will look for a measure of revenge tonight after losing to the Thunder in last season's playoffs, OKC coach Scott Brooks spoke on the game tonight and on the Spurs. Check it out.
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San Antonio Spurs' DeJuan Blair did not play in last night's season opener versus the Hornets (DNP-Coach's Decision) and he took to Twitter to voice his feelings.
This is wat I expected! Lol I'm just not wat dude wants out there it just hit me!! And that's respect! Just KNO I'm doing my part! #SALUTE
— DeJuan Blair (@DeJuan45) November 1, 2012...
In the coming weeks, San Antonio forward Stephen Jackson is expected to drop his new rap album called, "Jack of All Trades".The album will feature S-Jax and famous rappers, The Game and Jim Jones. What the album won't contain is any rapping from Spurs big man, Tim Duncan.According to the Twitter feed of Jeff McDonald with the San-Antonio Express News, Duncan seemed...
Hopefully this is a positive sign that there's an economic upturn in the United States. The San Antonio Spurs have seen a rise in ticket sales for the new season about to kickoff tonight.
[T]he Spurs have sold more than 11,000 season tickets for the 2012-2013 campaign. The franchise hasn’t reached that mark since 2008 — before the U.S. economy hit rock bottom.
Every morning, we will give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: Tony Parker clutch again
Wednesday night, the Spurs had a strong closing kick from Tim Duncan, but it was Tony Parker's late 3-pointer that gave the Spurs the lead. Think Parker could not do it again?
Down by three points late against the Thunder, Parker found himself...
In consecutive nights, San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker was given the ball on the perimeter, definitely not Parker’s strong suit, and both times Parker delivered with a late-game three-pointer to give the Spurs a chance at a win.
Tonight it was even sweeter as Parker hit the three and followed with a buzzer-beater on a midrange jumper that swished through the net as time...
San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan threw down a one-handed poster dunk over Oklahoma City Thunder forward Serge Ibaka in the second quarter of Thursday night's NBA game at the AT&T Center.
Duncan led the Spurs with 20 points and 8 rebounds to lead them to a 86-84 win over the Thunder.
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San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich is about as intense as they come. Rarely does he ever smile and part of that may be because he doesn't believe in being "happy" during games. This video taken before the fourth quarter of the San Antonio's game against the OKC Thunder on Thursday serves as evidence.This is what Popovich had to say when asked by David Aldridge...
Antonio McDyess has been working out in Houston and has told his agent to contact teams to gauge interest in him.
The San Antonio Spurs are looking for their best start to a season in five years, and now they may have Manu Ginobili back.
A matchup with the Utah Jazz could help them remain unbeaten.
With Ginobili possibly available, the Spurs attempt to continue their dominance of the Jazz on Saturday night after sweeping them out of the playoffs last season.
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There was only one NBA game on Thursday night and it was a great match up. It featured the San Antonio Spurs going up against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The game went down to the wire and was all tied up 84-84. Tony Parker was won off a last second shot by Tony Parker. [...]
SAN ANTONIO -- Tony Parker hit a 22-foot jumper at the buzzer to give the San Antonio Spurs an 86-84 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night at the AT&T Center. The Spurs trailed 84-81 before Parker hit a clutch 3-pointer with 23 seconds left. The Thunder had a chance to take the last shot, but San Antonio forward Kawhi Leonard stole the ball from Kevin Durant...
The NBA season is fully underway for 2012-2013, and it's right on time for this hoops junkie. You would figure the first post of the new season would be a nasty slam dunk by some high flyer or a great defensive play, but you aren't that lucky.
San Antonio Spurs head coach Greg Popovich has got to be at the top of the list of coaches who can deliver great soundbites, and...