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Watch Marco Belinelli roast the Blazers in Kings' first preseason game

The Sacramento Kings should be a team on the rise in 2015-16. DeMarcus Cousins is arguably the best center in the NBA. Rajon Rondo is an accomplished point guard who will get the ball to his teammates where they want it. Rookie Willie Cauley-Stein could quickly become one of the best defensive bigs in the game. And Marco Belinelli is apparently the living embodiment of fire, if Monday...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Spurs’ Belinelli isn’t messing around with his offseason training. Pulls an SUV with ropes!

San Antonio Spurs’ Marco Belinelli is either training for the next summer Olympics or he really wants to report to training camp in shape. I would say he really wants to come into next season in great shape and he is getting there by pulling an SUV. Yeah you read that right, Belinelli is pulling an SUV as part of his offseason regiment. Don’t believe me? Check out Marco doing...
Via Crossover Chronicles
August 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Marco Belinelli gets tattoo to commemorate first NBA Championship

San Antonio Spurs’ Marco Belinelli won his first NBA championship and to celebrate, he got one sweet tattoo of the Larry O’Brien trophy complete with the date the Spurs won their fifth NBA crown in franchise history. Check out Marco’s new ink and let’s hope this is the first of many for him and the […]
Via Project Spurs
June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Marco Belinelli Gets Championship Tattoo

How do you celebrate and commemorate an NBA Championship? Well, if you’re Marco Belinelli, you get the Larry O’Brien Trophy tattooed on your arm! Marco Belinelli had the Larry O’Brien Trophy and the date of his team’s accomplishment tattooed on his left bicep. Definitely not the worst thing you could put there. The post Marco Belinelli Gets Championship Tattoo appeared...
Via The Garbage Time
June 28, 2014  |  Discuss

The Shot That Saved The Spurs In Game 3: Marco Belinelli’s Lone Three-Pointer

In a game in which the San Antonio Spurs scored 41 points in the opening quarter and 71 points in the first half — setting an NBA Finals record for highest field goal percentage in a half — the most important made bucket of the contest didn’t happen in the opening 24 minutes. It also didn’t […] The post The Shot That Saved The Spurs In Game 3: Marco Belinelli’s Lone...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Belinelli says being at the All-Star Game is important in his career

Whether winning the Most Valuable Player, being selected on the NBA first or second team, these can make a difference or become important to one player in his career.  For first year Spurs player Marco Belinelli, being selected to participate in the All-Star Game festivities is 'important in his career'. Belinelli talked with Italian website La Gazzette on his career and the...
Via Project Spurs
February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Belinelli finding smooth transition to Plan B trumps even best laid plans?

San Antonio Spurs guard Marco Belinelli has been one of the more interesting stories of the first half of the season for the Spurs. After his signing, most expected he'd play spot minutes, come into the game as a three-point threat when needed and work to acclimate himself to the Spurs and their infamous system and schemes that several former players have said takes a minimum of...
Via Project Spurs
February 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Belinelli likely to participat​e in All-Star 3-point shootout

San Antonio Spurs' Marco Belinelli leads the NBA in 3-point percentage -- he's made 70 of 145 3-pointers (48.3 percent), and only 40 of his attempts are from the corners, the most efficient spot to take a 3-pointer. It's almost as if Belinelli's efficiency rises the farther he's away from the basket. The NBA will likely award Belinelli's sharp shooting with a spot in the...
Via Project Spurs
January 28, 2014  |  Discuss

San Antonio Spurs: Marco Belinelli thriving off bench

With Tiago Splitter and Danny Green sidelined with injuries, the San Antonio Spurs have done some lineup juggling to compensate.  Marco Belinelli, fluctuating between thriving and struggling, has found a home as a steadily producing role player. After getting the starting job from Danny Green in mid-December, Belinelli struggled getting into rhythm.  Through nine games, Belinelli...
January 15, 2014  |  Discuss

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