The San Antonio Spurs were able to sign this year’s big fish in free agency, power forward LaMarcus Aldridge. By signing Aldridge, many believe that the Spurs could be the front-runners to win the Western Conference next season. While the Spurs are planning to have a pres conference to announce signing Aldridge in the next few days, the number the big man will where is still a...
Bruce Bowen retired from the NBA after the 2009 season, but he’s still making sacrifices for his old team six years later. Bowen granted the San Antonio Spurs permission to un-retire his No. 12 jersey so that new free agent acquisition LaMarcus Aldridge could wear it. “You want LaMarcus to feel part of the family,”...Read More
Former San Antonio Spurs great and five time All-Defensive First Teamer Bruce Bowen was asked to pick the teams he thought could win the championship. Of course he threw out the Spurs as a potential champ considering they did win it last year, but his second choice seemed a bit odd. He went with the […]
San Antonio Spurs GM R.C. Buford and former Spur Bruce Bowen are featured in an upcoming book titled “Building an NBA Culture of Greatness” where the two speak on what it takes to excel in the NBA. Buford and Bowen weighed in on the topic of building a culture of greatness with the author of […]
Houston Rockets all-star James Harden was a topic of during the FIBA World Cup. The main discussion centered on how terrible a defender Harden was during some of those games. There would be times where Harden looked completely lost out on the court when Team USA was playing defense. Former San Antonio Spurs forward Bruce Bowen knows a thing or two about playing defense and says...
Team U.S.A. walked off the court with the gold medal at the 2014 FIBA World Cup, thus securing a spot for the U.S. in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. It was a moment the players would never forget as they represented their country with pride and once again proved the best basketball is played in […]
The San Antonio Spurs are back at full strength, and are on an eight-game winning streak, beating some of the NBA's top teams. And while some may be surprised the Spurs winning ways, former Spur Bruce Bowen isn't one of them. While on ESPN's "NBA Lockdown" show, Bowen credits the return of Kawhi Leonard as the main reason San Antonio is looking like the favorite to win the NBA...
NBA players like Tony Allen, Shane Battier, Bruce Bowen and Avery Bradley have made careers by shutting down their opponents' perimeter threats. And although these players have a size advantage,
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