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So San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker was quite determined to make this shot.
Late in the fourth quarter with the game close, Parker took a shot and immediately knew it was not on target. He then followed his shot and made this terrific basket.
Check out TP flying in the air to make a basket. If only he got high enough to slam it down.
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The Spurs aren't immune to making coaching changes early in seasons, not that anyone really remembers or notices.
It's just the thought of San Antonio canning a coach now seems as foreign as the Spurs' internationally-laden roster. The NBA's ultimate model of consistency and stability doesn't do rash. The Spurs stay the course, cranking out essentially the same...
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...
It’s that time of year again. It’s time for everybody to vote for their favorite players to represent their teams in the annual All-Star game. As usual, you can expect the voting to become a popularity contest, not really having anything to do with performance, but usually the best players end up making the roster in the end.
This year you can vote for four different San...
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
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.
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The New York Knicks remain undefeated after beating the San Antonio Spurs last night on the road. However, Raymond Felton was left looking lost after Tony Parker humiliated him with this sick crossover. I remember when the Spurs started winning titles, he was this young guy and he was always on the trade block. Now [...]
The San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers were going back and forth all night but in the end a big time shot gave the Spurs the win. The Spurs dribble the ball up the court with 16 seconds left and ran some screens for Danny Green, who got wide open and hit the game winning three pointer in Kobe Bryant’s face with 9 seconds left. This gave the Spurs the 84-82 victory. Of all...
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...
The Spurs have assigned guard Cory Joseph to the Austin Toros of the NBA Development League.
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The San Antonio Spurs and the Los Angeles Lakers were in a tight battle Tuesday night, and when it looked like the Lakers may squeak out a huge win over the Spurs, Danny Green hits a pivotal three-pointer that would win end up being the game-winner over Los Angeles with just seconds remaining. This is [...]The post Danny Green’s Game-Winner vs Los Angeles Lakers (Video) appeared...
Looking for the killer crossover from last night's NBA action?Check out Spurs guard Tony Parker leaving Knicks guard Raymond Felton in the dust with this nasty crossover:
It's been a while since we last heard about Davis Bertans. You remember him right? He was part of the 2011 Draft day trade between the San Antonio Spurs and Indiana Pacers which allowed the Spurs to acquire Kawhi Leonard and send George Hill to Indiana. Recall the Pacers drafted Bertans in 2011 (42nd overall) but was sent to the Spurs as part of the trade.
During the summer...
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.
The Lakers regular season winning percentage against the Spurs after Tuesday night’s loss. They’re now 74-73 all-time against San Antonio, but...
SAN ANTONIO -- Off to their best start since the 1993-94 season, the New York Knicks are erasing skeletons of the past, game by game. They got rid of another one Thursday in San Antonio. Raymond Felton had 25 points and seven assists to lead the undefeated Knicks to a 104-100 win over the Spurs at the AT&T Center. The Knicks improved to 6-0, remaining the only unbeaten...
Though the San Antonio Spurs dropped their first home game to the undefeated New York Knicks last night, Tony Parker did have a nice play for Spurs fans to enjoy at the expense of guard Raymond Felton.
In the second quarter of last night's game, TP crossed up Felton leaving Raymond all turned around. Check it out.
Hey, Spurs fans will take it despite Felton dropping...