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Tim Duncan can still be productive

After this year’s playoffs, anyone can tell that San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan still has some fuel left in the tank. If he were limping through the postseason, not producing for his team, people would be calling for his retirement, that’s not the case. The question isn’t “when will Tim Duncan retire?” it’s “how much longer can Tim Duncan play for?” While...
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June 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Free agents that might fit with Spurs (Part 2)

A lot has changed in the past 24-hours for the San Antonio Spurs. Monday began with guard Patty Mills telling an Australian site he’s likely to test the free agent market, and we got word that Erazem Lorbek is coming to San Antonio. Should Lorbek officially be signed by the Spurs, the team would have 10-players under contract. On Monday I wrote part one of my free agent list I...
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June 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Would ladies spend $274.99 on Spurs-themed stilettos?

If you are a San Antonio Spurs fan, chances are high you own quite a few items adorned with the Spurs logo. Whether it be magnetic Spurs logos on your truck, a Spurs flag waving from your car window, or numerous player jerseys and sneakers, you are one proud Spurs fan and you want the world to know it! But just how far would you go to truly show your Spurs pride? Or more specifically...
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June 19, 2012  |  Discuss

'Tony Parker, Born To Win' book set to hit shelves this month

He is perhaps the most successful NBA basketball player to ever come out of France - San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker. TP arrived on the scene at the ripe age of 19 and has gone on to become one of the best point guards of this era. From making the All-Star squad, his ability to score in the paint, winning three NBA titles, being named an NBA Finals MVP to garnering NBA MVP consideration...
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June 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Hanga to workout in San Antonio per agent

Last year, the San Antonio Spurs selected Adam Hanga of Hungary with the 59th pick in the NBA draft. Hanga has been playing overseas, but his agent has now said he will be coming to San Antonio for a two week workout with the Spurs (H/T @DudaSun).Per Hanga's agent, Giorgos Dimitropoulos' twitter account:My kid Adam Hanga, drafted last summer, is flying to San Antonio for...
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June 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Update: Lorbek set to wear black and silver next season

On Monday, Project Spurs received word from a source that Erazem Lorbek (rights acquired by the San Antonio Spurs in the Kawhi Leonard-George Hill trade) was going to be coming to play in San Antonio next season per the Spanish website MundoDeportivo.com.Here's an update from the front page cover from earlier. Writer Jesus Perez Ramos of Mundo Deportivo states (via translation...
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June 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Report: Lorbek coming to San Antonio

According to the Spanish Newspaper Mundo Deportivo, San Antonio Spurs' Erazem Lorbek will be making his way to the Spurs this coming season. A resident from Spain, @DudaSun, sent this picture from today's newspaper in Spain that states Lorbek is coming to San Antonio (lower corner text). The Spanish resident sent this message to my twitter account.Mundo Deportivo, a newspaper...
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June 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Free agents that might fit with Spurs (Part 1)

As I wrote two weeks ago, it seems like the San Antonio Spurs are lacking weaknesses in two positions, their frontcourt and guard lineup. Last week I wrote about where the team stands financially, before free agents can be signed on July 11. News broke today that Australian point guard Patty Mills will most likely be testing free agency, which means the Spurs would be down to nine...
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June 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Roy wants back in, Spurs a good fit?

Brandon Roy retired from the NBA last December because his knees wore down.  Last spring during the first round of the playoffs, Roy submitted one of the most amazing performances of any postseason when he scored 24 points, 18 in the 4th quarter, to bring the Blazers back from an 18 deficit.  Downside was Roy couldn't duplicate that performance and more often than not could...
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June 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Another sign Lorbek could be joining the Spurs

Here is yet another sign Euroleague big man Erazem Lorbek could be headed to the NBA and join the San Antonio Spurs. Lorbek's former team FCB Regal Barcelona has already began looking at replacing him with another center Mirza Teletovic. As a mater of fact, they are calling Teletovic the team's plan A, B, and C to replace Erazem. With Regal already trying to court Teletovic...
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June 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Spurs RoundTable: Where do the Spurs go from here? (Video)

On this episode of the Project Spurs-News4WOAI Spurs RoundTable, Paul Garcia, Bob Gambert and myself discuss went wrong in the San Antonio Spurs-Oklahoma City Thunder Western Conference Finals series. Paul looks at what OKC did, Bob points the finger at coach Gregg Popovich while I say the blame is on the Spurs. In the second half of the show, the panel talks about what the Spurs...
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June 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Video: Tough Euroleague play makes De Colo a better player

It seems San Antonio Spurs draftee Nando De Colo could be making his way to the NBA and join the Spurs next season. Many Spurs fans are split right down the middle on whether he is ready to make the leap into the NBA. Some feel his size (6'5") and steady play will help the Spurs at the point guard spot while some of his detractors say his lack of quickness will only hurt...
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June 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Should the Spurs keep James Anderson?

The NBA career for James Anderson is off to a rough start. When he joined the San Antonio Spurs, he had to figure, as a shooting guard, most of the minutes would go to Manu Ginobili. But maybe if he worked hard, he could find a way to contribute and be a part of the team. Now Anderson finds himself at the bottom of the depth chart. He only got real playing time on the nights...
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June 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Report: Patty Mills to test free agency

According to a report from the Australian site TheAge.com (H/T Starting5.com), San Antonio Spurs reserve point guard Patty Mills will most likely be opting out of the final year of his contract and test the free agent market. Mills has until June 25 to opt out of his contract and here is what he told the Age.''I feel like I need to do my due diligence and really go and see...
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June 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Lorbek named MVP in FCB Regal title victory

As was the case when Tiago Splitter was preparing to join the NBA two years ago, the San Antonio Spurs might arguably have the best big man in Europe once more as Slovenian big man Erazem Lorbek was named MVP of the Liga Title, as his team FCB Regal Barcelona defeated Real Madrid 73-69 today. In the game five win, Lorbek scored 10 points while shooting 50% from the field, though...
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June 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Report: Pittsburgh's Gibbs worked out for Spurs

DeJuan Blair of the San Antonio Spurs might be excited to hear that the Spurs recently tried out one of his former teammates, Ashton Gibbs, from Pittsburgh according to Cardiac Hill.In his senior season, Gibbs averaged 14.6 points, 2.1 assists, 2.3 rebounds, shot 38% from the field, and 35% from 3-point range in an average of 34.3 minutes per game.According to ESPN, Gibbs is expected...
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June 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Ginobili, Team Argentina begin training next week

It's another sign that this offseason is going to be busier than usual.  While the Finals will most likely still be going on, several NBA players will be getting ready for another tournament, the Olympics.  There will be several San Antonio Spurs playing in this summer's games and one of the most prominent is guard Manu Ginobili.  According to Horacero.com (thanks to Google...
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June 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Tiago Splitter becomes a new dad

Father's Day is this weekend so what better way for San Antonio Spurs' Tiago Splitter to celebrate it than becoming a new dad. Splitter took to Twitter to announce his new bundle of joy - Benjamin. Now everyone say, "Awwwww! How cute." From all of us here at Project Spurs, congratulations Tiago and family!
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June 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Spurs’ financial situation before free agency begins

We’re roughly three and a half weeks away from the date (July 11) when NBA free agents can begin signing new deals. For the San Antonio Spurs, that date will have major significance on their franchise should Tim Duncan not re-sign and decide to retire, but the expectation is Duncan will sign for one or two more seasons in the Alamo City where he began and plans to end his career...
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June 15, 2012  |  Discuss
SACRE BLEU!

Report: Parker hurt during bar brawl

San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker reportedly suffered an injury to his eye during the Chris Brown-Drake melee that erupted at a New York City club.

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June 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Vegas Summer League schedule released, Spurs open against Hawks

The NBA released the Las Vegas Summer League schedule today, noting that a record number of 24 teams will participate in the league and the San Antonio Spurs once again are one of them.  The Vegas Summer League is an event many look forward too, mostly because, as the NBA noted in its release, it's rare to see any rookie skip out on it. "Exciting games featuring the NBA...
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June 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Spurs took a look at Georgetown's Jason Clark

The San Antonio Spurs currently only have one pick in the upcoming draft and it’s the 59th one. Unless they make some trades, they’re not going to be making a lot of noise but with only 60 players selected in the draft, each pick matters, even the 59th. San Antonio has a tradition of making quality picks, no matter their draft position, will that continue this year? The Spurs...
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June 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Lorbek leads FCB Regal to victory on verge of elimination

Though the San Antonio Spurs do not own a first round draft pick in this years NBA Draft, they could still possibly bring in an influx of talent from overseas with two players who they hold draft rights.A new report gives the assumption that French guard Nando De Colo is only looking at the NBA as his number one option, while Erazem Lorbek might also make his way across the pond...
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June 14, 2012  |  Discuss

How the Spurs fare in a social media world

Twitter, and Facebook are heads above the rest when it comes to social media outlets. Many NBA fans flood the two popular social media outlets during games and it's the same for San Antonio Spurs fans. We here at Project Spurs also use the two outlets to reports news from press row (or press balcony) at Spurs' home and road games, and use Twitter to feed fans the latest...
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June 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Valencia VP: De Colo determined to play in the NBA

Here is yet another sign international guard Nando De Colo could be working his way to the NBA and joining the San Antonio Spurs next season. De Colo's current team's (Valencia) Vice President, Paco Raga, spoke on whether or not De Colo will be heading to the NBA (via TuBasket.com) and stated he thinks De Colo is NBA bound. I think he is going to the NBA. We will make an...
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June 14, 2012  |  Discuss
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