1. Tony Parker's ridiculous spread

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  2. Mavs' Defense Will Test Green's Patience

    Spurs guard Danny Green wore out the Dallas Mavericks from 3-point range during the teams' four regular-season meetings, hitting 12 of 20 from beyond the arc and averaging 12.3 points...

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 11 minutes ago 1 reads 0 comments

  3. CBS: Spurs-Mavs Game 2 Preview

    1. Where We Are: So close, and yet so far away. The Mavericks lead by multiple possessions in the fourth quarter, and then completely fell apart as the Spurs kept digging, digging, ...

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  4. Kawhi Leonard Prepares to Succeed 'Big Three'

    The stoic star on the San Antonio Spurs relies on a flurry of offensive and defensive strengths so that his versatility provides more than his quiet words...

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  5. Who Will Be San Antonio Spurs' Playoff X-Factor?

    The success of the San Antonio Spurs has become an annual occurrence, an expected phenomenon that has led to the team's recognition as consistent contenders...

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  6. Pop: 'This Award Belongs to a Lot of People'

    SAN ANTONIO _ Head bowed and hands in pockets, Gregg Popovich grimly trudged Tuesday toward his NBA Coach of the Year news conference...

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  7. Spurs' Mills, Diaw Explain the Art of 'Frogging'

    The San Antonio Spurs introduced the world to "frogging" last month, but there wasn't much explanation at the time why they started doing it.....

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 1 day ago 138 reads 0 comments

  8. Craig Sager Says It Wouldn't Be Right If Gregg Popovich Started...

    This past weekend's NBA playoff coverage on TNT — and all future coverage, for that matter — was tinted by the fact that Craig Sager wasn't there...

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  9. Spurs 5th-Most Popular NBA Team Worldwide

    I'm not quite sure how accurate this measure is, but an assessment by BestTickets.com of monthly international Google searches reveals that the Spurs — yes, the same Spurs that ...

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  10. Source Says Boylen Is Top Candidate for Jazz

    Less than a year after losing top assistant coach Mike Budenholzer to the Atlanta Hawks , the Spurs may be in danger of losing his successor to the Utah Jazz .....

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 1 day ago 177 reads 0 comments

  11. Craig Sager Doesn't Want Gregg Popovich to Be Nice to Him

    San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich delivered a sweet, heartfelt message to an ailing Craig Sager...

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 1 day ago 16 reads 0 comments

  12. 5 Factors That Will Decide San Antonio Spurs' Playoff Ceiling

    From the offensive scheme to a certain opponent's hot streak, a few internal and external factors will decide the San Antonio Spurs ' 2014 postseason ceiling...

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  13. Tony Parker Says Tim Duncan Didn't Talk to Him for Entire Rookie Season

    Based on years of hearing him in interviews, we can safely assume Tim Duncan’s Hall of Fame induction speech will include fewer syllables than a gas station pricing sign...

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  14. Parker: Duncan Didn't Talk to Me as a Rookie

    SAN ANTONIO -- Tony Parker and Tim Duncan have shared an awful lot of success teamed on the San Antonio Spurs ...

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  15. Leonard, Duncan Finish in Top 15 of DPOY Voting

    Joakim Noah was named the NBA 's Defensive Player of the Year. He's a deserving candidate — he played a whopping 2,820 minutes, led the league in defensive win shares (6...

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  16. Is Vintage Tim Duncan Ready to Lead San Antonio Spurs Back to NBA Finals?

    If that Ray Allen three from the corner in Game 6 of last year's Finals rims out, what are the chances San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan is still playing right now? Does he ...

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  17. Another Bouncing Baby Ginobili Born

    Manu Ginobili's wife, Many, has given birth to the couple's third child, the Spurs guard announced via his Twitter account this morning. According to the post, Luca Ginobili was born at 7:47 a...

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 2 days ago 321 reads 0 comments

  18. Tim Duncan Hints He Will Return in 2014-15

    It has been a season of speculation whether this might be Tim Duncan's final season in Silver & Black. After posting 27 points and seven rebounds on 12-of-20 shooting in the San ...

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  19. Tim Duncan Hints That He Won't Retire After 2014 NBA Playoffs

    Sporting greats on the imminent brink of retirement tend to paint something of a solemn picture: once-devastating moves now made gingerly and judiciously, a blundering bowing out to the kingdom’s usurper...

    Jim  Cavan Written by Jim Cavan about 3 days ago 19,626 reads 63 comments

  20. Are San Antonio Spurs Vulnerable or Just Getting Started?

    Little about the San Antonio Spurs ' 90-85 Game 1 victory over the Dallas Mavericks was pretty, but it was still a victory. What should the Spurs hope it isn't? A sign of things to come...

    Dan Favale Written by Dan Favale about 3 days ago 23,055 reads 103 comments

  21. Gregg Popovich Says His Wine Routine Is Stifled by Noon NBA Game Start Times

    San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich likes two things: wine and winning. Actually, he likes four things: wine, winning, precision offense and airtight defense. Or maybe five things; I'm not sure how he feels about cheese pairings...

    Grant Hughes Written by Grant Hughes about 3 days ago 13,753 reads 9 comments

  22. Another Playoff Journey Beckons for Spurs

    SAN ANTONIO — Looking back, the experience could have killed them. Not physically, of course, but mentally, emotionally and spiritually...

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  23. Duncan Ready for More After 'OK' Season

    SAN ANTONIO — Calling his play in the recently completed regular season “not great, but OK,” Tim Duncan declared he is ready to take on a bigger workload during the ...

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  24. Bayless: Why the Boring Spurs Will Win It All

    The Thunder keep beating them with the crazed-kid fury of Oklahoma beating Texas in the Red River Rivalry. James Harden keeps making fourth-quarter shots against them as if he's a one-man army coming over the walls of the Alamo...

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  25. Keeping Parker in One Piece a Priority as Playoffs Begin

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