1. Obama to Honor San Antonio Spurs at White House

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (WOAI/KABB) - Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and the rest of the San Antonio Spurs will travel to Washington , D.C. Monday to meet with President Obama....

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  2. Leonard Showing Signs of Returning Soon

    WASHINGTON — Injured small forward Kawhi Leonard sat in front of an empty locker after the Spurs ' victory Saturday night, absent-mindedly thumbing through messages on his iPhone...

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  3. Wolves Struggle Defensively, Fall to Spurs at Home

    It wasn't really a fair fight. In the midst of a 14 game losing streak, and playing without arguably its best player in Shabazz Muhammad, the Wolves played host to the defending ...

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  4. About A Win: Spurs 108, Timberwolves 93

    With Marco Belinelli out with a mild strain to his left groin, Kawhi Leonard out with a bruised right hand, and Kyle Anderson still returning from injury in limited minutes.....

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  5. Spurs Give Timberwolves 15th Straight Loss, 108-93

    MINNEAPOLIS -- Austin Daye scored a season-high 22 points and had 10 rebounds to help the San Antonio Spurs hand the Minnesota Timberwolves their 15th straight loss, 108-93 on Saturday night...

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  6. Ginobili, Belinelli Added to Injured List

    MINNEAPOLIS — The Spurs ' season-long injury carousel took out another two players Saturday. Manu Ginobili did not make the trip to Minnesota after leaving Friday's win over Phoenix with back spasms...

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  7. Phoenix Suns Lose Lead in 4th Quarter to San Antonio: By the Numbers

    The Phoenix Suns were just two victories away from another six-game winning streak, but they can kiss those hopes goodbye after taking on the San Antonio Spurs on Friday...

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  8. San Antonio Spurs Threatening to Emerge from December Downturn

    Head coach Gregg Popovich's playbook hasn't produced much silver lining lately, but that doesn't mean the San Antonio Spurs ' 10-11 record in December and January has been all for naught...

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  9. Spurs Rally Without Big 3 to Beat Suns 100-95

    SAN ANTONIO -- Danny Green had 20 points and the San Antonio Spurs fought through the second half without their Big Three, rallying to beat the Phoenix Suns 100-95 on Friday night...

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  10. Ginobili Leaves Game with Back Spasms

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  11. Austin Daye: Time to Waive Struggling Forward?

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  12. What's Wrong with Tiago Splitter's Defense?

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  13. It's All in His Head: Why Pop Takes Risks

    It was January 2010, almost five years ago to the day, when Gregg Popovich sat Tim Duncan for the first 14 minutes against Toronto ...

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  14. How Patty Mills' Return Affects Spurs' Quest to Repeat as Champs

    Patty Mills was a critical component of the San Antonio Spurs ' championship run last season, but the sharpshooter was unavailable for nearly three months of the 2014-15 campaign while recovering from surgery...

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  15. Parker Glad to Rediscover Court Time

    It took a pair of five-on-five scrimmage sessions over the past few days to convince Gregg Popovich it was safe for Tony Parker to make his return from a left hamstring injury...

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  16. Are San Antonio Spurs a Clone of the '94-'95 Houston Rockets 20 Years Later?

    Last year, the San Antonio Spurs enshrined themselves in NBA history books with a dominant season that saw a 62-20 record and an eventual NBA championship...

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  17. Baynes Sits with Neck Spasms

    Spurs forward Aron Baynes will not play Tuesday against the Pistons due to neck spasms, the team announced during the game...

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  18. Former Spur Still Retains Coaching Lessons from Pop

    CEDAR PARK – The NBA 's D-League has served as a development stop for many players on the road to making it into the NBA...

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  19. San Antonio Spurs Power Rankings: Rating Every Spur Near Season's Halfway Point

    The San Antonio Spurs are nearly halfway through the 2014-15 season, and their ride to a 21-14 start has been eventful to say the least. Gregg Popovich's coaching skills have been strained to overcome injuries to a pair of the team's best talents...

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  20. Parker's Status Elevated to Questionable

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  21. San Antonio Spurs: The Good and the Bad of the First 2 Months of Season

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  22. What Will the Spurs Do Now That They Have Three Point Guards?

    In a special weekend edition of In the Bonus, a holiday skeleton crew of the PtR staff looks at Mills' return, Joseph's excellent performance, All Star voting, and the madness that was the December schedule...

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 3 months ago 171 reads 0 comments

  23. How Long Can the San Antonio Spurs Survive Without Kawhi Leonard?

    If there was any doubt about Gregg Popovich’s surefooted assertion to Michael Lee of T he Washington Post that Kawhi Leonard was destined to be the next great crux ...

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  24. Joseph Leads Spurs Past Wizards

    SAN ANTONIO -- San Antonio Spurs point guard Cory Joseph didn't feel his best Saturday night, but it didn't show on the court. Read more: http://www.wptz...

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  25. Spurs Extend Reign over Wiz to 17 Straight

    SAN ANTONIO -- Cory Joseph had 19 points and the San Antonio Spurs overcame Washington's fast start to beat the Wizards for the 17th straight time, 101-92 on Saturday night...

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