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The schedule looked like being put through a torture chamber. After playing 21 games in the first five weeks of the season, the San Antonio Spurs then played nine games in a row on the Rodeo Road Trip. 20 of their first 34 games were on the road, making all the back to backs and three games in four nights incredibly tough. But thanks to some Pop wizardry with the bench and MVP candidate play from Tony Parker, the Spurs finished that grueling first two months of the season with the Western Conference's second best record.
What's the reward you ask? A very, very home friendly March and April. 19 of their final 32 games are at home. For a team that is 13-1 at home, that's a plus. According to John Hollinger's Playoff Odds, the Spurs are projected to finish the season 45-21, good enough for 2nd in the West. Hollinger also gives them an 82 percent chance of winning the Southwest Division and a 25 percent chance of running down OKC for the number one seed. Here...
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San Antonio Spurs' Manu Ginobili may be dealing with yet another injury, but once he gets back on the court, he will be on the verge of moving up the Spurs all-time points scored list.
Ginobili is 16 points away from tying former Spurs great Mike Mitchell for sixth place for the most points scored in Spurs franchise history. Currently, Manu has scored 9783 points while Mitchell...
The NBA and San Antonio Spurs will once again celebrate Latin Heritage with Noche Latina next starting next month. Along with the Spurs, the Heat, Magic, Knicks, Suns, Lakers and Bulls will also join in the festivities and each team will wear commemorative jerseys.For San Antonio, it will be the the "Los Spurs" jerseys (though some purists feel the jersey should read "...
According to kens5.com, San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker's brother, Terence Parker, was arrested and charged with DWI early today.
Terence Jonathan Parker, 27, was arrested by San Antonio police early Wednesday and charged with DWI, police records show.
Details of his arrest were not immediately available. However, court record show he saw a magistrate at 6:45 a.m. where...
San Antonio Spurs' Matt Bonner doesn’t get to do a lot of big-time interviews, but every time I read or hear one, he always comes off as being such a charismatic guy. He’s funny and well spoken, exactly the type of person who’s fun for a journalist to talk to.
He did an interview with Sports Illustrated over All-Star weekend during a charity event in Orlando that was no...
It looks like former San Antonio Spurs forward Bobby Simmons may be close to finding another NBA home.After working out, but not making the Los Angeles Lakers this offseason, Simmons could be headed back to L.A., but it'll be to join the Clippers, according to a report on ESPN.com.
A second stint with the Los Angeles Clippers awaits for 2004-05 NBA Most Improved Player award...
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS -- The AT&T Center parking lot is full of hay scraps and the arena smells of livestock outside but inside the arena is the smell of popcorn and food.
The San Antonio Spurs (24-10) are back in their home arena as they prepare to face the Chicago Bulls (28-8) tonight. In playing the Bulls, the Spurs' defense has the tough task of defending Bulls' point...
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By now, you’ve seen all the highlights from All-Star Weekend. Well, maybe not all of them.
(H/T: San Antonio Spurs YouTube Page)
Posted: Oct. 29, 2008
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Amare Stoudemire scored 22 points and four other Phoenix players scored in double figures to help the Suns beat the San Antonio Spurs 103-98 in the regular-season opener for both teams Wednesday night, giving Terry Porter a victory in his coaching debut.
Tim Duncan and Tony Parker each scored 32 points for the Spurs, who were playing...
By Jerry Brown
East Valley Tribune
March 10, 2008
One minute, Scottsdale resident Dan Wise was sitting next to his son in his second-row seat in Section 113 Sunday afternoon, enjoying the Suns and San Antonio Spurs battle at US Airways Center.
And the next — midway through the third quarter — Suns center Shaquille O’Neal chased a loose ball out of bounds, leaped over the...
Posted: Nov. 2, 2010
A playoff sweep by the Phoenix Suns in May seemed to spell the end of the San Antonio Spurs' dynasty. However, their Big Three remaining intact and the addition of a few rookies have San Antonio thinking otherwise.
Few believe the Suns can produce a similar playoff run after their offseason of change.
These rivals meet Wednesday night for the first...