1. Leonard: 'I'm Not Really Focused on Offense'

    Kawhi Leonard says scoring big isn't his priority: "I'm not really focused on the offense end. As long as we get the win, I'm happy...

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  2. Spurs Crush Clippers, Take 2-1 Series Lead

    Kawhi Leonard had a postseason career-high 32 points and the San Antonio Spurs never trailed in dominating the Los Angeles Clippers 100-73 on Friday night to take a 2-1 lead in their first-round series...

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  3. Popovich on Spurs' Blowout: We're Not That Good

    Pop on not reading into blowout: “We're not that good and they're not what we saw tonight, without a doubt.” Doc: “I thought we got our butt kicked. Every time we missed a shot, we played less and less defense...

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  4. Spurs Game 3 Adjustments

    To say that San Antonio stunned the Clippers in Game 2 is to sell the defending NBA Champions short. Surprisingly, that was the headline on NBA.com this morning...

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  5. Witnesses — Leonard Has Another Step to Take

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  6. Spurs, Mavs Believe They Can Lure Aldridge

    FRIDAY, 8:28am: Two executives told Ian Begley of ESPNNewYork.com last month that there was a belief among some around the league that Aldridge would consider the Knicks as well as the Spurs this summer...

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  7. Spurs Show Hunger for Another Championship vs. Clippers

    When it comes to the San Antonio Spurs and their two decades of dominance, there's one vital element that is often overlooked about their greatness...

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  8. How Far Can San Antonio Spurs Go Without a Healthy Tony Parker?

    The San Antonio Spurs notched a huge Game 2 win over the Los Angeles Clippers without getting anything from Tony Parker , and the most surprising thing about that result may be that it shouldn't have been surprising at all...

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  9. Leonard Thanks Coaches, Teammates for DPOY Award

    Kawhi Leonard was named 2014-15 Defensive Player of the Year on Thursday, and true to form for a man who views microphones with only slightly less contempt than opposing ballhandlers, he did not prepare his statement...

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  10. Kawhi Leonard Has the Baton as San Antonio Spurs' Next Franchise Centerpiece

    Kawhi Leonard hasn't retraced the steps of San Antonio Spurs cornerstones Tim Duncan and David Robinson. Those two were No. 1 picks. Leonard, strange as this now sounds, lasted until the 15th selection of the 2011 NBA draft...

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  11. Tim Duncan Turns Back the Clock Again to Lead Spurs Past Clippers

    Tim Duncan may be just days from with 39th birthday, but the power forward didn ’t show any signs of aging in the San Antonio Spurs ’ overtime victory against the Los Angles Clippers on Wednesday night...

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  12. Report: Spurs Have 'Concern' over Parker's Injury

    The Spurs are not dead, because they never are. But despite a thrilling, 111-107 overtime victory Wednesday night that evened their best-of-seven series with the Clippers 1-1, the Spurs have issues...

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  13. Kawhi Leonard Wins 2014-15 NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award

    Following a regular season that saw him emerge as the San Antonio Spurs ' go-to option offensively, forward Kawhi Leonard was honored Thursday with the 2014-15 NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award...

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  14. Who San Antonio Spurs Should Target in 2015 NBA Draft

    The San Antonio Spurs are engaged in the playoffs, but the front office must be checking in on prospects for June's 2015 NBA draft...

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  15. Spurs Snatch Back Crucial Home-Court Advantage

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  16. Pop on Duncan 'He Continues to Amaze Me'

    LOS ANGELES — Tony Parker was in the locker room, nursing a sore Achilles. Manu Ginobili joined him not long after, stewing on his sixth foul...

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  17. Pop Earns 150th Career Win in Playoffs

    LOS ANGELES — It has been like this for nearly two decades now: The Spurs needed something and Tim Duncan was there to give it to them...

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  18. Mills Comes Up Big, Sets Playoff-Career High for Pts

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  19. Duncan Eclipses Multiple Playoff Records in Win

    It's only fitting that Tim Duncan and Gregg Popovich, inextricably linked as one of the greatest player-coach tandems in the history of professional sports, reached their latest milestones ...

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  20. Duncan: 'I Played My Worst 4th Quarter of My Life'

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  21. Duncan Earns 100th 20 Pts/10 Rebs Playoff Game

    Career 20-and-10 playoff games. Tim Duncan: 100. Kevin Garnett , Dwight Howard and Pau Gasol combined: 98...

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  22. Tony Parker Injury: Updates on Spurs Star's Achilles and Return

    San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker left Game 2 against the Los Angeles Clippers with an ankle injury. He will play in Game 3 on Friday. Continue for updates...

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  23. Parker Exits in 4th with Achilles Tightness

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  24. Watch: Kawhi's Nasty Move Makes Redick Fall

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  25. Duncan Hits 5,000 Career Playoff Points

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