Ex-San Antonio Spurs guard Antonio Daniels and host of SiriusXM’s “Off The Dribble” took issue with Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry getting a ‘free pass’ in the NBA. LeBron James is by far the one athlete that gets criticized the most in the league. When you bring so much attention to yourself coming out of […] Antonio Daniels Has Issue With Stephen Curry’s Free...
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June 16, 2016
Ex-San Antonio Spurs guard Antonio Daniels and host of SiriusXM’s “Off The Dribble” took issue with Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry getting a ‘free pass’ in the NBA. LeBron James is by far the one athlete that gets criticized the most in the league. When you bring some much attention to yourself and coming out […] Ex-Spur Antonio Daniels Has Issue With Stephen Curry...
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June 16, 2016
Remote patrol: FSOK analyst Antonio Daniels blasts officials for treating Durant like he was a rookie
By Mel Bracht Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter the Oklahoma City Thunder's 85-84 loss to the Dallas Mavericks in Game 2 Monday night, FSOK studio analyst Antonio Daniels, took aim at the officials, even after he said "he would never the blame the officials for anything.
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April 19, 2016
Former San Antonio Spur and NBA champion Antonio Daniels was always a pretty confident player in his 13 years in the league. He was also fortunate enough to end up on the Spurs for the 1998-1999 season where he got his one and only championship ring. Now he is an analyst for Fox Sports Oklahoma covering […]
Former NBA point guard Antonio Daniels has joined FOX Sports Oklahoma as the new analyst on THUNDER LIVE pregame and postgame shows, it was announced by FOX Sports Oklahoma Senior Executive Producer Mike Anastassiou. Daniels will be paired with host Lesley McCaslin (home games) and John Rhadigan (road games) and the Thunder broadcast team of Brian Davis and Michael Cage to provide...
Former San Antonio Spurs guard Antonio Daniels was a guest on Sports Sunday, over at our good friends News 4 San Antonio, and weighed in on the Spurs’ offseason. In particular, Antonio says he still isn’t ready to say Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili will be back next season, weighed in on which player would […]
Tim Duncan is believed to be leaning toward a return for his 19th season with the San Antonio Spurs, according to one person familiar with him. “I would be very surprised if he retired,” said Antonio Daniels, Duncan’s friend and former teammate with the Spurs. “As long as he’s staying at a level where he feels like he’s relevant and competing, I can’t see it.” Duncan...
By Steve DelVecchio After the San Antonio Spurs won their fifth NBA championship since 1999 last season, many wondered if Tim Duncan would retire on top. Instead, Duncan returned for an 18th NBA season and looked like he discovered the Fountain of Youth along the way. While the Spurs failed to advance past the opening round of the playoffs, Duncan averaged 17.9 points and 11.1...
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