1. 3 Reasons Why the Spurs Are Still NBA Title Contenders

    The San Antonio Spurs entered this season as defending champions, and with the same core that dominated last year.....

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  2. Can Defending Champs Find Consistency Entering Playoffs?

    Last year, the San Antonio Spurs shocked the world when they dismantled the Big Three of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh during the 2014 NBA Finals.....

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  3. Leonard's Fourth-Quarter Outburst Leads Spurs Past Memphis

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  4. Spurs Hand Grizzlies a Third Consecutive Loss

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  5. Leonard's Double-Double Leads Spurs Past Grizzlies

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) Kawhi Leonard had 25 points and 10 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs cruised to a 103-89 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday.....

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  6. Pop Says Baynes Will Return Tonight

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  7. Spurs get revenge on Mavs

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  8. Diaw Scores 19 to Lead Spurs in 94-76 Win over Mavericks

    Boris Diaw scored 19 points, helping the San Antonio Spurs pull away for a 94-76 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Friday night...

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  9. Report: Ginobili Will Not Play at FIBA Americas

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  10. It's Time to Fear the Spurs Again: AOL.com

    It's almost April, and just like every year around this time, the San Antonio Spurs have yet again resurfaced as the team no one wants to match up against in the playoffs.....

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  11. Duncan Hits Rare 3 to Win Bet with College Buddy

    A five-time champion, Tim Duncan has proven over and over that he's made for big moments. So it came to be, on an ordinary Wednesday.....

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  12. Former Spurs Star Alvin Robertson Jailed Again

    Alvin Robertson, the former Spurs guard who has long been awaiting trial on a child sex trafficking charge, was arrested again this week, for violating conditions of his pretrial bond...

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  13. Aging Duncan Playing Far More This Year

    When Tim Duncan jumped center for the Spurs to tip off Wednesday's game against the Thunder, it marked the 10th straight time he's played in both games of a back-to-back set...

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  14. Can Vintage Tony Parker Return San Antonio Spurs to NBA Playoffs Glory?

    Tony Parker has finally returned to vintage form for the San Antonio Spurs , subsequently leading the defending champions to their best basketball of the season...

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  15. About a Win: Spurs 130, Thunder 91

    AT&T CENTER – “I'm still mad from last night,” said San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker (21 points), after his team rebounded after a loss in Dallas Tuesday, with a 130-91 blowout of the Oklahoma City Thunder ...

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  16. Spurs Nearly Flawless, Shoot 63% from Field

    The Spurs absolutely obliterated their depleted rivals, leading by as many as 44 points with their second-highest scoring first half and their best overall output of the season...

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  17. Adande: Leonard's Hand in Spurs' Success

    The notion of Kawhi Leonard being sidelined by a hand injury is particularly cruel, like a gifted singer coming down with laryngitis...

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  18. How Patty Mills Became Role Model for First Australians

    The Spurs would soon turn their attention to the Heat , their opponent in the NBA Finals, which were set to begin two days later...

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  19. Ranking the Biggest Concerns Facing San Antonio Spurs Heading into 2015 Playoffs

    Have the San Antonio Spurs finally emerged as top-tier title contenders or not? That narrative has dominated the Spurs' post-All-Star-break campaign, with the sudden resurgence ...

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  20. Spurs Cough Up 14-Point Lead in Loss

    The San Antonio Spurs jumped out to a 14 point lead in the second quarter against the Dallas Mavericks and looked like the Silver and Black of old...

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  21. Pop: Team Had No Answer for 'Mr. Ellis Show'

    The Spurs were ahead by 14 points early in the second quarter, seemingly preparing to cruise toward a fourth consecutive victory...

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  22. Grantland: Kawhi's Defense in a League of Its Own

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  23. Watch: Leonard Takes What He Wants on Defense

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  24. Projecting San Antonio Spurs' Best and Worst 2015 NBA Playoff Matchups

    Welcome to the wild, wild West — ern Conference. The San Antonio Spurs have slid into the West's sixth position, holding a 44-25 record after winning eight of their last 10 contests...

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  25. How Seas Could Part for San Antonio Spurs

    Even amid a March in which they've won eight of their 10 games, the San Antonio Spurs are uncharacteristically poised to start the postseason on the road—a No. 6 seed in a Western Conference stacked with would-be contenders...

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