Spurs Expected to Depend More on Simmons in Second Season

Expect San Antonio Spurs guard Jonathon Simmons to bring the ‘juice’ even more this coming season. Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich was asked about the importance of the bench this coming season, which lost several key players in the offseason. Pop responded, “We’re depending more on people that we’ve been grooming, so to speak, like […]
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12 hours ago

Pop Talks Kaepernick, Race, Politics on Day of Debate

Gregg Popovich got his 2016 press conference season off to a roaring start at Spurs media day on Monday. He verbally jousted with reporters who asked unclear or repeated questions, stated that he will be fining Tim Duncan $2,500 daily until he shows up, and declared Duncan “Coach of Whatever He Feels Like.” Then, the […]
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3 days ago

Spurs waive 2012 draftee Marcus Denmon

According to the NBA’s transaction page, the San Antonio Spurs waived guard Marcus Denmon on Friday. The Spurs drafted Denmon with the 59th second round pick back in 2012. Since then, Denmon has been playing his professional career overseas with stops in France, Italy, Turkey and most recently in China. The Spurs have had Denmon […]
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4 days ago

The Versatility of Kyle Anderson

There’s something unique about Kyle Anderson. Due to the San Antonio Spurs’ longstanding success, they rarely have early draft picks in the first round. This usually results in the Spurs drafting players that don’t usually play for the team until several seasons after they are drafted. While this drafting technique has a history of being […]
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6 days ago

Spurscast Episode 411- Sky’s Out, Thighs Out: Matt Bonner’s Summer

The Spurscast is playing catch up with fan favorite Matt Bonner, noodling on the signing of Joel Anthony, and a free agency refresh. It’s the one and only Spurscast – The original San Antonio Spurs Podcast. Download the audio and listen to us however and whenever you want. We are also available on iTunes! Want […]
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9 days ago

Report: Spurs to sign Joel Anthony

According to the San Antonio Express News, the San Antonio Spurs are expected to sign free agent forward/center Joel Anthony to a non-guaranteed training camp deal. Anthony, 34, is a 9-year NBA veteran who played most of his early career with the Miami Heat, while he also spent time with the Boston Celtics and he […]
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10 days ago

Monty Williams named Spurs Vice President of Basketball Operations

The San Antonio Spurs today announced multiple additions and promotions to the basketball operations staff. Brian Wright joins the organization as assistant general manager while Monty Williams comes on as vice president of basketball operations. Phil Cullen joins the Spurs staff as director of basketball strategy and Pat Sund has been named pro personnel scout/Austin […]
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13 days ago

Hanga helps Hungary qualify for Eurobasket 2017 with victory over Luxembourg

Heading into Wednesday’s Eurobasket 2017 qualifying game against Luxembourg, the Hungarian National team had the ability to earn a qualifying spot for Eurobasket 2017 if they could secure the win against Luxembourg. After four close quarters of play, in which no team held more than a 6-point lead in the contest, it was the San […]
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14 days ago

Report: Ryan Richards agrees to training camp deal with Spurs

Since being drafted by the San Antonio Spurs six years ago with the 49th pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, 6’11” power forward Ryan Richards has played in quite a few places with a number of different teams, such as spending time in Switzerland, Austria, Poland, Greece, Hungary, Lebanon and most recently in Dubai. According […]
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19 days ago

Hanga, Hungary remain undefeated midway through Eurobasket 2017 Qualifiers

Over a week ago, the 2017 Eurobasket Qualifiers kicked off, where San Antonio Spurs 2011 draftee Adam Hanga helped lead his country of Hungary past Great Britain in the opening game with 32 points. Fast forward to this past Wednesday and Hanga and Hungary remain undefeated in their qualifying games at the midway point, as […]
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20 days ago

Spurs Roundtable: Discussing Duncan retirement, Gasol signing & more

With NBA training camps getting set to begin later in September, Project Spurs’ own Stephen Anderson (host) and Paul Garcia (Lead Writer) discussed a variety of topics regarding the San Antonio Spurs on the latest Spurs Roundtable powered by Project Spurs, and Anderson and Garcia discussed the retirement of Tim Duncan and what […]
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24 days ago

Report: Spurs are one of four teams with interest in Carl Landry

With two roster spaces still available for their training camp roster, the San Antonio Spurs might have interest in 6’9″ power forward Carl Landry, who is an unrestricted free agent, after he was waived by the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday. Along with the Spurs, the Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Lakers and Indiana Pacers all reportedly […]
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26 days ago

Nicolas Laprovittola to join Spurs

A week ago, there was a report stating the San Antonio Spurs were interested in adding new free agent guard Nicolas Laprovittola of Argentina to their team, despite the Spurs already having three players with non-guaranteed contracts headed into training camp with only one open roster spot available. Friday, the agent of Laprovittola, Carlos Prunes,
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27 days ago

Hanga leads Hungary past Great Britain in Eurobasket Qualifying Opener

With Eurobasket 2017 set to take place next summer, the qualifying games have begun a year in advance to determine which European teams will face some of the Rio participants at Eurobasket such as Spain, Lithuania, France and Serbia. For San Antonio Spurs 2011 second round draftee Adam Hanga, now is a good opportunity for […]
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28 days ago

Episode 410: Violence, Lance Stephenson, and the UT Hall of Fame

The doldrums of the NBA off season are here. They’ve been here. So Jose and Ryan fill the time, and your ear holes with a variety of basketball talk. Hate mail too. It’s the one and only Spurscast – The original San Antonio Spurs Podcast. Download the audio and listen to us however and whenever […]
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August 30, 2016

Report: Spurs trying to bring in Argentinean guard Nicolas Laprovittola

According to Marc Stein of, the San Antonio Spurs are working on trying to bring Argentinean point guard Nicolas Laprovittola to the NBA. Laprovittola came off the bench for Argentina mostly in the 2016 Rio games, where he averaged 8.2 points, shot 33.3% from 3-point range, grabbed 2.2 rebounds and threw 2.7 assists in […]
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August 26, 2016

Gasol, Spain take Bronze medal in close win over Mills, Australia

Five San Antonio Spurs players made their way to Rio for the 2016 Olympic games in early August, and after numerous games in group play and games in the elimination round, it was Spurs center Pau Gasol and the Spanish National team who came away with the Bronze medal, after holding on to defeat Spurs […]
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August 21, 2016

Gasol, Spain Fall to USA in Close Semifinal

Leading up to the semifinal matchup with Team USA, there was some doubt that Spain’s Pau Gasol would play after reports came out that he had injured his calf. It seems the injury wasn’t so serious because Gasol played, and he played very well to lead all scorers with 23 points. Unfortunately for Pau, he […]
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August 20, 2016

Olympics: Serbia Dismantles Australia in Semifinal

Team USA took care of business against Spain Friday, and the other semifinal was a matchup between the two teams that had given the Americans the most trouble in the group stage. Australia had been cutting teams apart with beautiful movement all tournament, but Serbia’s masterful defense completely shut the Boomers down on Friday evening. […]
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August 19, 2016

Olympics: Gasol could miss semifinal game vs. Team USA with calf injury

According to Head Coach Segio Scariolo of the Spanish Men’s National Basketball team, he’s uncertain if San Antonio Spurs center Pau Gasol will be able to play in Friday’s Olympic semi-final game against Team USA, as Gasol is currently nursing a calf injury. Scariolo’s remarks were written by in Spanish, and then translated by […]
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August 18, 2016

Ginobili’s Argentine National team career ends in loss to Team USA

Early in the initial minutes of the first quarter of the Quarter-Finals game between Team USA and Argentina Wednesday, it looked like Argentina might position themselves to try to pull off an upset, as they held an early 10-point lead over the United States. However, Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant would catch fire, as […]
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August 17, 2016

Parker’s International Career Ends With Loss Against Gasol’s Spain

Spain started Olympic group play with losses on the final possessions of their first two games, but they bounced back. The Spaniards finished group play with a 50 point win over a quality Lithuanian team and a 19 point victory over Manu Ginobili’s Argentinian squad. They kept rolling in the quarterfinals against France, beating their […]
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August 17, 2016

Australia advances behind Mills’ 24 points

Throughout the Rio Olympics, the most consistent team on the hardwood has not been France or Spain, both loaded with NBA talent. Argentina has played well, but the Golden Generation is in the twilight of their run. Team USA has looked extremely vulnerable, even though they have the 12 most talented individual players in every […]
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August 17, 2016

Olympic Quarter-Finals Schedule for participating Spurs players

Five San Antonio Spurs players made their way to Rio for the 2016 Olympic games on August 5, and after each of their National basketball teams participated in five games of group play, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, Patty Mills, Pau Gasol and Patricio Garino all helped their teams advance to the quarter-finals that will take place […]
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August 15, 2016

Gasol, Spain to face Parker, France in Olympic Quarter-Finals

Monday, in a game where a win meant they’d advance to the Olympic quarter-finals and a loss meant their Olympic journey would be over, San Antonio Spurs center Pau Gasol and Spain took care of business in defeating Argentina 92-73, to not only advance to the quarter-finals, but they’re now scheduled to face their European rivals Spurs […]
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August 15, 2016
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