1. Do San Antonio Spurs Have Reason to Fear Up-and-Coming Teams in the West?

    The San Antonio Spurs dropped three out of five games to open the 2014-15 regular season, and a sensible —yet not panicked —question rose from the string of losses...

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  2. Manu Ginobili Trolls Teammate Patty Mills

    As many of you know, San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills is still recovering from off season shoulder surgery and his return to the court is still weeks away...

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  3. Duncan Surpasses 14,000 Rebounds for Career

    Tim Duncan picked up rebound number 14,000 in his regular season career and the San Antonio Spurs defeated the Golden State Warriors 113-100 in Oakland...

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  4. San Antonio Spurs Show They Can Still Set the Standard and Tuesday NBA Takeaways

    In the midst of a 2-3 start, the San Antonio Spurs appeared to be enveloped by a post-title malaise. But as the NBA has learned throughout the course of Gregg Popovich's tenure ...

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  5. Could Marc Gasol Take Duncan's Torch with San Antonio Spurs Next Summer?

    San Antonio Spurs icon Tim Duncan hasn't announced whether he'll retire at the end of the 2014-15 campaign, but rest assured general manager R.C. Buford is preparing contingency plans...

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  6. Duncan Surpasses 14,000 Rebounds vs. GSW

    Duncan grabbed his 14,000th rebound. He and Garnett are the only active players with 14K boards. Tim is 11th in history to reach that mark...

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  7. Duncan, Parker to Start Tonight vs. GSW

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  8. Duncan, Ginobili Could Rest vs. Warriors

    Marco Belinelli (mild strain, right groin), Patty Mills (right shoulder surgery) and Tiago Splitter (tightness, right calf) are listed as out for tonight's game at Golden State...

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  9. Duncan, Ginobili Could Rest Tonight vs. Warriors

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  10. Kawhi Leonard Showing Flashes of Value to Spurs, but Gregg Popovich Needs More

    LOS ANGELES — Great performances are nothing new for Kawhi Leonard . He wouldn't have a Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP Trophy on his mantel otherwise...

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  11. Leonard 'Pretty Sure' He'll Stay a Spur for Life

    An agreement on a contract extension couldn't be reached between Kawhi Leonard and the San Antonio Spurs , but neither side appears to be particularly concerned...

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  12. Finding Perfect Rotation for the San Antonio Spurs

    Early-season injuries have shaken up what was an outstanding San Antonio Spurs rotation last year, with Tiago Splitter, Patty Mills and Marco Belinelli currently on the shelf...

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  13. Duncan/Parker/Ginobili Win 500th Game as Trio

    Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker became the third trio in NBA history to win 500 games together with the Spurs ' 89-85 victory at the Clippers on Monday...

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  14. Clippers Lose Lead Late in 89-85 Loss to Spurs

    The Clippers led the whole way Monday night against the defending champion Spurs until the last two minutes of the game, when San Antonio took an 83-82 lead with 1:44 remaining they wouldn't relinquish...

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  15. Grantland: Reverse Ranking of Least Annoying Spurs Ever

    I like the Spurs — maybe a little too much, if that's even a thing that can happen. When they play well, I love life and I love everything and I even love my children more than I would otherwise...

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  16. Splitter Has Appointment with Back Doctor

    Spurs center Tiago Splitter will see a back specialist in Los Angeles on Monday in hopes of getting to the bottom of a nerve problem that has cost him all but 10 minutes of the season...

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  17. San Antonio Spurs Have a Lot in Common with Clippers

    Their passion has been questioned. Their trainer has been busy. Their esteemed coach has sported widely discussed facial hair.....

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  18. How Worried Should We Be by San Antonio Spurs' Slow Start?

    The San Antonio Spurs have been NBA superheroes for so long that the thought of them as mere mortals is never easy to process. This franchise has an uncanny ability to figure things out...

    Zach Buckley Written by Zach Buckley about 4 months ago 4,771 reads 16 comments

  19. Why Popovich Should Win Sportsman of the Year

    There wasn't anything particularly novel about Gregg Popovich's performance in 2014. Yes, he led the Spurs to the NBA title, but he's done that on four other occasions...

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  20. Leonard Says Right Eye Still Blurry

    SAN ANTONIO — It turns out Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard has a pretty good explanation for the slow start to his season. He still can't see straight...

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

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

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  23. 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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  24. 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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  25. 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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