1. Pelicans Try to Copy Spurs' Blueprint for Success in a City Rivalry...

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  2. Davis Hits Game-Winner, Pelicans Beat Spurs 100-99

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  3. Popovich Has Hands Full Balancing Rest, Winning Games

    HOUSTON -- Manu Ginobili looked dapper in a royal blue blazer and open-necked shirt as he smoothed his beard, hitched at his belt and walked out of the locker room...

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  4. Spurs Rookie Kyle Anderson Makes NBA Debut and Fits Right In

    Dripping sweat. Sprained ankles. It all finally paid off for Kyle Anderson Thursday night. With a shade under six minutes to go in the first quarter, Anderson, a rookie, received the ball behind the arc...

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  5. Spurs Struggle Shooting, Go 2-20 from 3-Pt

    It looked like a preseason game in November for the San Antonio Spurs . With five players out and playing the second night of a back-to-back, the tall task of beating the undefeated Houston Rockets was nearly impossible from the opening tip...

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  6. Rookie Anderson Forgets to Tuck in Jersey

    When the San Antonio Spurs selected UCLA forward Kyle Anderson with the penultimate pick in the first-round of the 2014 NBA draft.....

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  7. Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili to Sit out Spurs Game vs. Rockets

    A marquee matchup between the San Antonio Spurs and Houston Rockets has lost some of its luster, as a couple of key players will be riding the bench...

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  8. Spurs Resting Duncan, Ginobili vs. Rockets

    Marco Belinelli (mild strain, right groin), Tim Duncan (rest), Manu Ginobili (rest), Patty Mills (right shoulder surgery) and Tiago Splitter (tightness, right calf) are listed as out for tonight's game at Houston ...

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  9. Spurs Resting Duncan, Ginobili vs. Rockets

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  10. Do the San Antonio Spurs Need a Go-To Scorer to Find Success in 2014-15?

    For 17 years now, Gregg Popovich's squad has challenged the best franchises in the Western Conference, but its offensive style has evolved over time...

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  11. Ginobili Leads Spurs to Win over Hawks

    Manu Ginobili says the San Antonio Spurs are a substandard imitation of themselves these days. "We have to play better," the veteran guard said...

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  12. Spurs Get 17th Straight Home Win vs. Hawks

    Tim Duncan had 17 points and 13 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs held on to capture their 17th straight win at home over the Atlanta Hawks , 94-92 on Wednesday night...

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  13. Marco Belinelli (Mild Strain, Right Groin) Will Not Return to Tonight's Game

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  14. Ranking the Western Conference Threats to the San Antonio Spurs

    The San Antonio Spurs may have become the safe, conventional pick to emerge atop an unsurprisingly stacked Western Conference, but there are hardly any guarantees the model franchise will win its first back-to-back championship...

    Stephen Babb Written by Stephen Babb about 4 months ago 5,644 reads 27 comments

  15. Tony Parker's Consistency Is Key for Spurs' Success

    Tony Parker is consistently awesome. The 32-year old Spurs ' point guard has led San Antonio in scoring for the last four seasons. He attacks the rim with a near reckless abandon reserved for rec-league players half his age...

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  16. The Good, Bad and Ugly from the San Antonio Spurs' Early Season

    One week into the 2014-15 NBA season, the San Antonio Spurs have already experienced a handful of highs and lows...

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  17. Splitter (Calf) Probable to Return Wednesday

    The San Antonio Spurs brought back the entire roster from the 2013-14 NBA season. That's not such a crazy thing to do when you consider the Spurs won the 2014 NBA championship and reached the 2013 NBA Finals with that core intact...

    Adam Nofflett Written by Adam Nofflett about 4 months ago 58 reads 0 comments

  18. Buy or Sell: Can the Spurs Avoid a Championship Hangover?

    The San Antonio Spurs come into the year as defending champions and have a couple starters in Tiago Splitter and Kawhi Leonard starting the season injured...

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  19. Splitter Expected to Make Season Debut Wednesday

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  20. 5 Reasons for the San Antonio Spurs to Avoid Complacency in 2014-15

    Last season, the San Antonio Spurs did it. They rebounded from one of the most deflating ends to an NBA Finals and knocked off the same opponent who engineered the devastating loss...

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  21. Parker Now a Threat from Arc

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  22. Video: Check out Spurs' Ball Boy's Incredible Sneaker Collection

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  23. Spurs' Veterans Accepting Early Rest in Season

    With one of the oldest lineups in the NBA , the Spurs probably wish they could convince the league's schedule makers to give them more weeks like their first: The season opener followed by two days off, then Game 2, followed by another four days off...

    Jefferson Powers Written by Jefferson Powers about 4 months ago 155 reads 0 comments

  24. Suns Hang on Against Defending Champs

    Going from facing the Los Angeles Lakers to playing the NBA champion San Antonio Spurs can be as dicey as a freeway merge.....

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  25. Spurs' Failure to Extend Kawhi Leonard Shouldn't Raise Any Red Flags

    Averse as they are to contract drama, the San Antonio Spurs will spend the duration of the 2014-15 season with a massive question mark looming over their post-Duncan future...

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