1. Paul Garcia PS on Twitter

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  2. About A Loss: Spurs 90, Pelicans 97

    The woes of December continued for the San Antonio Spurs Friday evening, as the team dropped a back-to-back game against the Pelicans in New Orleans 97-90...

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  3. San Antonio Spurs' Title Defense Rests in Kawhi Leonard's Injured Hand

    The San Antonio Spurs have always been more than the sum of their parts, but some parts seem to be proving more essential than others. Reigning Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard's 9...

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  4. Spurs Have No Answer for Westbrook's Huge Game

    Russell Westbrook was utterly dominant, scoring 10 of his game-high 34 points down the stretch to lead Oklahoma City past the Spurs without Kevin Durant on Christmas Day at the AT&T Center...

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  5. Pop Rips 'Entitled' Spurs After Loss

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  6. Pop: Score Not Indicative of Bad Loss

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  7. Popovich: Spurs 'Floated Around as If We're Entitled'

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  8. Mills Cleared to Play, but Not Ready to Return Just Yet Per Popovich

    It's Christmas in San Antonio, where the San Antonio Spurs (18-11) are preparing to host the Oklahoma City Thunder (13-16) in a rematch of the Western Conference Finals from last April...

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  9. Mills Cleared to Practice, Not Ready to Return

    Patty Mills clarifies: He's been cleared to fully practice but is in no way prepared to play. Still thinks he'll beat mid-Jan timeline...

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  10. Assessing Gregg Popovich's Management of an Injury-Plagued Start to 2014-15

    The San Antonio Spurs have battled through a handful of injuries to begin the 2014-15 season, but Gregg Popovich 's coaching genius has consistently shined...

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  11. Biggest Surprises and Disappointments for San Antonio Spurs

    Aside from completely collapsing, there was little that the San Antonio Spurs could have done to start the 2014-15 NBA season that would have been viewed as surprising...

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  12. Adidas Makes Custom Christmas Kicks for Bonner

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  13. Patriots, Spurs Follow Similar Paths to Success

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  14. NBA Christmas Day Preview: Oklahoma City Thunder at San Antonio Spurs

    This rematch of last year's Western Conference finals should feature a lot of offense from the team you might not expect since it is the Spurs , not Thunder, who have scored more points per 100 possessions this season...

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  15. Are San Antonio Spurs' Health Issues a Major Concern?

    After the San Antonio Spurs hosted the Los Angeles Lakers Dec. 12, the season-long injury problems were supposed to be officially over. Tiago Splitter was back. Tony Parker started following a three-game absence...

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  16. Ginobili outdoes himself with no-look, over-the-head pass

    Manu Ginobili has made a career out of (usually) pulling off risky, electrifying passes. He outdid himself Monday against the Clippers with his no-look, over-the-head beauty to Danny Green for a corner 3-pointer late in the Spurs ' 125-118 victory..

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  17. Spurs 125, Clips 118: Champs Pull Away

    SAN ANTONIO -- When Doc Rivers looked at the Los Angeles Clippers ' schedule before the season, he said he wanted to survive” this current stretch in which the Clippers play four games in five nights in four different time zones...

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  18. Spurs End Four-Game Skid, Snip Clippers

    The Spurs lost two triple-overtime games last week, and for two days afterward Manu Ginobili could not stop watching the game film...

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  19. San Antonio Spurs' Tough Road Back to Top of Western Conference Just Beginning

    SAN ANTONIO — Perhaps the San Antonio Spurs decided they had made enough history for one month. After becoming the first team since 1951 to play in consecutive triple-double ...

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  20. Rowan Kavner on Twitter

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  21. Leonard, Parker out Again

    Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker will miss their fourth and sixth consecutive games, respectively, when the Spurs play host to the Los Angeles Clippers tonight at the AT&T Center...

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  22. San Antonio Spurs: One Area Each Spurs Player Can Improve in

    After the Spurs won the championship last season there isn't much to complain about in San Antonio. The Spurs have been the most dominant NBA franchise in the last decade. As a team, the Spurs need to stay healthy...

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  23. San Antonio Spurs' Fight Through Adversity Could Ignite Old Fire

    After what the San Antonio Spurs have been through the past two weeks, Saturday night's 99-93 loss to the Dallas Mavericks almost feels like the least of this team's problems...

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  24. Short-Handed Spurs Fight Valiantly but Ellis, Mavs Too Much Late

    Another strong effort, another late-game stumble by the Spurs , who led for most of the game before falling apart down the stretch under a withering onslaught from Monta Ellis, who ...

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  25. Ellis Leads Mavericks over Spurs 99-93

    Monta Ellis equaled his season high with 38 points, including 11 during the final four minutes, to spark a late rally as the Dallas Mavericks beat the depleted San Antonio Spurs 99-93 Saturday in Rajon Rondo's debut with the Mavericks...

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