1. Tony Parker, George Hill Mean a New Era for San Antonio Spurs

    In 1985, tragedy struck the Spurs the day after Christmas. That was the day their point guard, Johnny Moore, was hospitalized with Desert Fever—a rare illness that ended his season and cut his promising career short...

    Dusty Garza Written by Dusty Garza about 6 years ago 1,340 reads 1 comments

  2. Roger Mason: The Replacement

    By the time Roger Mason was finally convinced to leave his hometown Wizards and sign a two year deal worth roughly $7.5 million with the Spurs, no one knew he would be asked to replace Manu Ginobili in San Antonio...

    Dusty Garza Written by Dusty Garza about 6 years ago 461 reads 3 comments

  3. All NBA College Graduates Team

    There seems to be little doubt about it. NBA players benefit greatly from collegiate experience. Yet most up and coming players seem to look at higher education as little more than a brief stop on the way to an pro-league paycheck—if that...

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  4. All-NBA College Graduates Team

    There seems to be little doubt about it. NBA players benefit greatly from collegiate experience. Yet, most up-and-coming players seem to look at higher education as little more than a brief stop on their way to a pro-league paycheck—if that...

    Dusty Garza Written by Dusty Garza about 6 years ago 354 reads 6 comments

  5. George Hill Feels He Can Step Up in Tony Parker's Absence

    On the day he was drafted, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was asked to clarify whether he thought George Hill, who had just been taken with the team's top draft pick, could really be a valuable contributor to the veteran team...

    Dusty Garza Written by Dusty Garza about 6 years ago 518 reads 1 comments

  6. Popovich loves rookie's performance despite Spurs' worst start in 35 years

    "Maybe I need to give better pre-game talks," said Gregg Popovich after seeing his Spurs open the game against the Dallas Mavericks without much energy and poor shooting."They shot the ball well and we did the opposite," said Popovich...

    Dusty Garza Written by Dusty Garza about 6 years ago 169 reads 0 comments

  7. Step Away From The Panic Button, San Antonio Spurs Fans!

    Here are a few things that fans need to consider after the Spurs' 0-2 start: 1. The Spurs showed terrible transition defense against Phoenix during game one, and that was a big difference maker...

    Dusty Garza Written by Dusty Garza about 6 years ago 292 reads 1 comments

  8. San Antonio Spurs 2008-09 Season Preview

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