1. Spurs No Match for Injury-Ridden Thunder

    Summing it up There was simply nothing the injury-depleted Thunder could do Tuesday at home against the white-hot Spurs ...

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  2. Leonard Ties Career-High 26 for 2nd Straight Night

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  3. Spurs Crush Thunder 113-88 for 8th Straight Win

    Based on current form, the Spurs could easily be taken for the league's best team, and Kawhi Leonard its best player. .....

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  4. Final: Spurs 113, Oklahoma City 88

    Kawhi Leonard tied his career-high with 26 points for the second straight game and fourth this season as the Spurs romped to their 18th victory in 21 outings Tuesday at Chesapeake Energy Arena...

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  5. Parker (Achilles) Misses 2nd Half vs. Thunder

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  6. Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich Praises Kawhi Leonard's 'Bored to Death' Demeanor

    Some NBA players wear their hearts on their shooting sleeves. Kawhi Leonard is not just some NBA player, and San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich loves that about him...

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  7. Spurs' Best and Worst Matchups in the Postseason

    The NBA playoffs are around the corner and the majority of the Western Conference seedings are still up for grabs with the exception of the top seed held by the Golden State Warriors ...

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  8. Most Important Free Agent for San Antonio Spurs to Land If Tim Duncan Retires

    For what seems like an eternity, Tim Duncan has been the cornerstone of the San Antonio Spurs . Sooner or later, however, the five-time NBA champion will be calling it a career...

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  9. The Case for Kawhi Leonard as 2015 NBA Defensive Player of the Year

    When unstoppable forces meet immovable objects, an air of unpredictability tends to shroud final outcomes...

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  10. MVP Candidates Visiting Spurs Late in Season

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The chant came from one end of the AT&T Center. Not a roar, per se, but loud enough to be heard...

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  11. Spurs Finding Old Form at Perfect Time

    Better late than never. The San Antonio Spurs haven't been themselves for much of the 2014-15 season, but their rhythm appears to have officially returned over the last several weeks...

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  12. Are the Red-Hot San Antonio Spurs Now the West's Best Team?

    The San Antonio Spurs ' ability to reprise their championship run of last season was questionable for most of this year. Yet after dismantling the Golden State Warriors on Sunday, the Spurs may have just made the statement they were hoping for...

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  13. Leonard Has Taken His Game to a New Level, Spurs Are Suddenly Dominating

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  14. Louie Dampier, Former Spur, Elected to Hall of Fame

    Louie Dampier, who played the final three seasons of his professional career with the Spurs , is among 11 members in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame's Class of 2015.....

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  15. Spurs rout Warriors 107-92 behind Leonard's 26 points

    Either the San Antonio Spurs or the Golden State Warriors were going to send a message and it was the Spurs who sent the loudest message. And that message was the kings of the NBA reside in the Alamo City...

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  16. Spurs snap Golden State's 12-game win streak in emphatic fashion

    Statement games can be a dubious prospect, especially when one of the participants has nothing to play for with homecourt advantage clinched throughout the playoffs...

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  17. Watch: Kawhi Picks Curry's Pocket, Throw Down Jam

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  18. Tiago Splitter (Calf) out Tomorrow vs. Warriors

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  19. Spurs Crush Nuggets with 123-93 Win in San Antonio

    Danny Green scored 21 points, including 6-for-6 shooting on 3-pointers, and the San Antonio Spurs cruised to a 123-93 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Friday night after losing Tiago Splitter to a right calf injury during a strong start...

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  20. Another Game, Another Rout for Streaking Spurs

    Straight, unadulterated domination. Friday's game at the AT&T Center was over within five minutes, at which point the Spurs already held a double-digit advantage — their 19th game in a row — over Denver ...

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  21. Green Scores 21 to Help Spurs Cruise Past Nuggets

    Danny Green scored 21 points, including 6-for-6 shooting on 3-pointers, and the San Antonio Spurs cruised to a 123-93 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Friday night after losing Tiago Splitter to a right calf injury during a strong start...

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  22. Splitter Exits vs. DEN with Right Calf Injury

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  23. Are 2015 San Antonio Spurs Becoming Better Than 2014 Title-Winning Version?

    The San Antonio Spurs won last season's NBA Finals in historic fashion . There shouldn't have been a higher level to reach, but they may have found exactly that...

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  24. Tim Duncan Lands on ESPN's 20 Best Athletes of the Last 20 Years

    ESPN.com has included Spurs legend Tim Duncan in its selection of the 20 best athletes over the past 20 years in honor of its 20th anniversary.....

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  25. What to Do with Patty Mills?

    For the second straight game, Patty Mills was passed up in favor of Cory Joseph as Tony Parker's de facto backup.....

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