1. 5 Biggest Takeaways from the San Antonio Spurs' 1st Half of the Season

    If I had claimed prior to the start of the season that the San Antonio Spurs would be sitting seventh in the Western Conference and fourth in their own division as the All-Star break approached, I'd have been called crazy...

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  2. The Case for Kawhi Leonard's All-Star Credentials

    Through his first three seasons with the San Antonio Spurs , reigning Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard hasn't left the playoffs as anything less than a conference finalist. All-Star accolades have been harder to come by, however—so far, anyway...

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  3. Injury Led Hammon to Opportunity with Spurs

    Former San Antonio Stars guard Becky Hammon was down on the court in Los Angeles on July 6, 2013 and she knew her season was done. She had suffered a torn ACL, but little did she know that injury would open a door for her with the San Antonio Spurs ...

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  4. Parker and Ginobili Are Going to Miss Kobe

    With Kobe Bryant missing the rest of the season — at least it's looking that way — some of the San Antonio Spurs took some time to reflect on their battles with him ...

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  5. Is It Finally Time for San Antonio Spurs to Trade Away Draft Picks?

    It's not a secret: The San Antonio Spurs are a model of consistency. But has all of that success spawned a false sense of security in San Antonio? Are the Spurs to stumble into ...

    David Kenyon Written by David Kenyon about 3 months ago 17,751 reads 22 comments

  6. Once Again, Kawhi Letting His Game Do the Talking

    The visitor's locker room at Staples Center is a hive of inactivity. It is nearly motionless and pin-drop quiet. Eight Spurs sit silently at their lockers and scarcely interact with one another...

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  7. Ginobili Repeats as 'Tweeter of the Year'

    So it's not an MVP award. But Hoops Hype's “Tweeter of the Year” might be the next best thing for social media maestro Manu Ginobili, who has claimed the honor for the second straight time...

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  8. Is End Near for San Antonio Spurs Dynasty?

    Opposing fans, NBA writers and media members, even the San Antonio Spurs players themselves have wondered aloud about the length of what might be the last great NBA dynasty.....

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  9. The week ahead

    With a grueling December still fresh in their memory, the Spurs might not know what to do with themselves this week, facing just two games against Charlotte and the L.A. Clippers ...

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  10. With Vengeance Theirs, Spurs Finding Motivation, Not Age, Their Greatest Foe

    SAN ANTONIO — As the excellence of the New England Patriots endures into yet another Super Bowl in yet another year, it's easy to fall into the trap of assuming the people who know how to win will just keep winning and winning...

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  11. Tim Duncan and Kawhi Leonard Power Spurs Past Fading Bucks 101-95

    As usual, the Milwaukee Bucks tried. As usual, the Milwaukee Bucks competed. And as usual, the San Antonio Spurs won in the end......

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  12. San Antonio Shows Championship Mettle in Second Half

    San Antonio – Everything went smoothly in the first half as the Milwaukee Bucks moved the ball with ease against the defending champs and grabbed an eight-point lead at intermission...

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  13. Spurs Rally in 2nd Half to Top Bucks 101-95

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) Tim Duncan had 20 points and 11 rebounds, Kawhi Leonard added 19 points and 14 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs rallied in the second half for a 101-95 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday night...

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  14. Spurs' Gregg Popopvich Sympathetic Toward Kobe Bryant

    SAN ANTONIO — Amid all the success San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich enjoyed through five NBA championship runs, there remained one central figure that made his blood pressure boil on the sideline...

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  15. Spurs' Offense, Effort Disappear in 104-81 Loss to Bulls

    It's a long season. Games in which the main cogs don't play well are bound to happen. In those instances, the hope is that the bench will provide a spark but that's often not enough, not against good teams...

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  16. San Antonio Spurs vs. Chicago Bulls: Postgame Grades and Analysis

    Entering Thursday night, the Chicago Bulls had lost six of their last eight contests. However, behind a dominant effort from Derrick Rose , the team trounced the San Antonio Spurs ...

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  17. VIDEO: Manu Ginobili's Behind-the-Back Brilliance Against Bulls

    Here's your nightly dose of Manu Ginobili razzle dazzle, in the form of a nifty behind-the-back pass to Patty Mills...

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  18. Duncan Misses out on Starting Nod as All-Star Voting Concludes

    Tim Duncan just missed out a starting note for the upcoming All-Star Game, finishing fourth among the Western Conference frontcourt in the final round of voting...

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  19. Midseason Report Cards for Every San Antonio Spurs Player

    It hasn't been an ideal start for the San Antonio Spurs , who have seen more than one key player miss extended stretches as they've fallen to the bottom of the Western Conference's playoff pool...

    Garrett  Jochnau Written by Garrett Jochnau about 3 months ago 3,101 reads 7 comments

  20. Making the Case for Tim Duncan on the 2015 NBA All-Star Team

    At 38 years young, Tim Duncan deserves a chance to represent the San Antonio Spurs and Western Conference for the 15th time at the 2015 NBA All-Star Game...

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  21. Kawhi Leonard's Worth Becoming Crystal Clear for San Antonio Spurs

    Kawhi Leonard has spent more than three years playing in the shadow cast by the San Antonio Spurs ' storied Big Three...

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  22. The Kawhi Leonard Effect

    It comes as no surprise that the Spurs are playing better with Kawhi Leonard back in the lineup, a phenomenon Gregg Popovich explained in his own special way after their recent home victory over Utah ...

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  23. Leonard Dominates as Spurs Extend Streak

    The Spurs shook off a sluggish offensive start to beat Denver going away Tuesday at Pepsi Center for their eighth victory in 10 games and fourth in a row, and third straight by double-digits with Kawhi Leonard back in the lineup...

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  24. Leonard Finds Rhythm, Fills Stat Sheet in Win

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  25. San Antonio Spurs vs. Denver Nuggets: Postgame Grades and Analysis

    The San Antonio Spurs shook off a rough start against the Denver Nuggets to earn a 109-99 victory Tuesday night at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado...

    David Kenyon Written by David Kenyon about 3 months ago 383 reads 0 comments