1. San Antonio Spurs Need Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green to Be Legit Threats

    Paging Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green . The San Antonio Spurs have long been more than their Big Three...

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  2. Old Wounds Surface in Tough Spurs Loss

    As the Spurs retreated to their psychiatric summer of 2013 Sunday night thanks to a flood of missed free throws and blown opportunities, they'd later find out that LeBron James righted ...

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  3. Tony Parker or Tim Duncan: Who's More Important to Spurs' Title Hopes?

    The San Antonio Spurs have never prided themselves on their star power. Though they have always been able to claim their fair share of elite talents, the Spurs have always been ...

    Garrett  Jochnau Written by Garrett Jochnau about 3 months ago 4,284 reads 10 comments

  4. Amick: 'Details' Plague Spurs in Game 2 Loss

    SAN ANTONIO — The nightmares won't start just yet, not with so much of the NBA Finals left to play and the San Antonio Spurs still very much awake in this monumental moment...

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  5. James, Heat Steal Home Court as Series Shifts to Miami 1-1

    With 2:26 remaining in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, Tony Parker knocked down a three-pointer after drawing a mismatch, and regaining the lead 93-92...

    Varoon Bose Written by Varoon Bose about 3 months ago 520 reads 4 comments

  6. What Went Wrong for San Antonio Spurs in Game 2?

    Four straight missed free throws. The San Antonio Spurs had a chance to go up by six points in the fourth quarter, but for those four straight missed free throws —t wo from Tony Parker and then two more from Tim Duncan...

    Stephen Babb Written by Stephen Babb about 3 months ago 18,521 reads 99 comments

  7. Pop on Ball Movement: 'You Move It or You Die'

    Before the San Antonio Spurs dominantly closed out the fourth quarter of Game 1 as LeBron James cramped on the sidelines for the Miami Heat , a lot of talk surrounding this series was about the way the Spurs gave this series away a year ago...

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  8. Ginobili Said He Was Poked in Eye Before Critical Turnover

    Spurs guard Manu Ginobili had a difficult finish in Game 2 with three consecutive missed shots and a turnover before hitting a 3-pointer at the buzzer that pulled San Antonio within its final margin of 98-96...

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  9. Pop on Ball Movement: 'You Move It or You Die'

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  10. Spurs' 96 Pts Fewest at Home Since April 23

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  11. Tim Duncan Matches All-Time Playoff Double-Double Record

    San Antonio Spurs big man Tim Duncan made history on Sunday night. In the third quarter of Game 2 of the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat , he recorded his 157th playoff double-double...

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  12. Parker Passes MJ for 8th in Career Playoff Asts

    Pretty nice night for Parker. Has passed Jordan for 8th in career postseason assists and Pippen for 13th in career playoff points tonight...

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  13. Video: Duncan Turns Back the Clock with Putback Jam

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  14. Danny Green Grows into Spurs' Shooting Star

    SAN ANTONIO - This isn't necessarily the time to reflect upon a basketball journey that's taken him from North Babylon to deep in the heart of Texas, sandwiched around a few points in between...

    Jack Dale Written by Jack Dale about 3 months ago 503 reads 0 comments

  15. Finals Proving Ground for Spurs Trio

    SAN ANTONIO — One year and two days ago, Tiago Splitter's face was all over “SportsCenter.” This was not exactly a career-making achievement...

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  16. San Antonio Spurs Need New and Improved Tiago Splitter to Continue Strong Play

    The San Antonio Spurs sometimes seem like little more than an amalgamation of secret weapons, role players who quietly step up when needed, only to recede from the spotlight immediately thereafter...

    Stephen Babb Written by Stephen Babb about 3 months ago 7,264 reads 22 comments

  17. Tim Duncan: 'I'll Walk Away' from NBA When I Don't Feel Effective Anymore

    It might happen three presidents and seven X-Men movies from now, but Tim Duncan will eventually retire from the NBA . After all, Father Time, as the old saying goes, is and will forever remain undefeated...

    Jim  Cavan Written by Jim Cavan about 3 months ago 13,596 reads 63 comments

  18. Gregg Popovich and Tim Duncan Troll Saturday NBA Finals Media Session

    Hey, did y’all hear about the air conditioning malfunction at the AT&T Center during the San Antonio Spurs ’ 110-95 Game 1 win over the Miami Heat ? Oh, you have! You know who else heard? Gregg Popovich and Tim Duncan...

    Jim  Cavan Written by Jim Cavan about 3 months ago 24,762 reads 56 comments

  19. Danny Green: Spurs Had Fans in Game 1 Locker Room at Halftime, Heat Didn't

    The San Antonio Spurs aren't the most hospitable hosts. Their 32-9 home record during the regular season showed just how poorly they have treated their guests...

    Zach Buckley Written by Zach Buckley about 3 months ago 290,857 reads 819 comments

  20. Admiral: I Could 'Easily' Beat Duncan in Our Prime

    San Antonio Spurs legend David Robinson was a guest on ESPN's “First Take” and gave his thoughts on the NBA Finals between his former club and the Miami Heat ...

    Alex Tam Written by Alex Tam about 3 months ago 1,080 reads 4 comments

  21. Tim Duncan 'Will Not Be Denied' in Game 2

    After a wild Game 1 that saw LeBron James forced to the sideline due to cramps resulting from a broken air conditioning system in the arena, the San Antonio Spurs take a 1-0 lead into Game 2 of the NBA Finals...

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  22. Let's Give Credit to San Antonio Spurs for Overcoming Heat in Game 1

    With the AT&T Center morphed into an oversized sauna for Game 1 of the NBA Finals, the Miami Heat were forced to wage an unexpected war with the elements Thursday night...

    Zach Buckley Written by Zach Buckley about 3 months ago 2,959 reads 17 comments

  23. San Antonio Spurs Were Largely Unfazed by Heat, Cited 'Worse Conditions'

    LeBron James wasn't the only player affected by the absence of air conditioning in the AT&T Center on Thursday, though he appears to have been in the minority among his peers...

    Josh Martin Written by Josh Martin about 3 months ago 9,570 reads 30 comments

  24. Gregg Popovich Claims Responsibility for Broken AC in Game 1 of NBA Finals

    San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich 's dry sense of humor is well documented by now. The latest installment mocks outlandish conspiracy theories holding that the franchise ...

    Stephen Babb Written by Stephen Babb about 3 months ago 32,597 reads 91 comments

  25. Spurs Beat the Heat, Reminiscent of the Night Boxing's Greatest Fighter Melted

    The San Antonio Spurs turn back the Heat (and the heat) in a sizzling opener to the 2014 NBA Finals . Tim Duncan led the Spurs in points and rebounds, while shooting 90 percent ...

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