1. Breaking Down San Antonio Spurs' Power Forward Position for 2014-15 Season

    The San Antonio Spurs ' power forward position has not seen flux in quite some time. Since 1997, Tim Duncan has manned the position beside a series of talented centers ranging from David Robinson to Fabricio Oberto ...

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  2. What San Antonio Spurs Need from Tony Parker Next Season

    It's often said that Tony Parker is a system point guard, thriving as a result of being in a situation with the San Antonio Spurs that maximizes his productivity and effectiveness...

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  3. Serbia vs. France FIBA World Cup: Game Grades, Analysis for Orlovi vs. Les Bleus

    Serbia jumped out to an early lead, but finished with just a five-point victory over France after a late push led by NBA star Nicolas Batum . Defeating France 90-85, Serbia will advance to the FIBA World Cup Finals against the United States...

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  4. Ray Allen's Next NBA Stop Should Be with San Antonio Spurs

    For quite some time, NBA veteran Ray Allen was public enemy No. 1 in the city of San Antonio. Not that most San Antonio Spurs fans need reminding, but in the 2013 Finals, ...

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  5. France vs. Spain FIBA World Cup: Game Grades, Analysis for La Roja vs. Les Bleus

    Spain was a lock for the FIBA World Cup Finals. Or so we thought. Eyeing the final spot in the semifinals, France defeated the Group A powerhouse 65-52, eliminating one of the ...

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  6. Spain vs. Senegal FIBA World Cup 2014: Game Grades, Analysis for La Roja, Lions

    As Saturday's FIBA action came to a close, Spain pulled through in front of a home crowd to beat Senegal 89-56 in the opening round of the World Cup's knockout stage...

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  7. France v Croatia: Live Score and Highlights for FIBA World Cup 2014 Round of 16

    In the opening round of the FIBA World Cup's knockout stage, France struggled out of the gate against Croatia, but rebounded to secure the 69-64 win...

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  8. Brazil vs Spain: Live Score and Highlights for FIBA World Cup 2014

    Before the game began, many pegged Monday's Group A matchup between Spain and Brazil to be a battle of FIBA powerhouses. It took very little time for Spain to establish itself as the true juggernaut...

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  9. France vs. Egypt FIBA World Cup 2014: Game Grades, Analysis for France, Pharaohs

    After losing in the final minute to Brazil and barely squeaking out a win over Serbia , the French national basketball team bounced back in admirable fashion, rolling over Egypt in a 40-minute 94-55 rout...

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  10. Iran vs Spain: Live Score and Highlights for FIBA World Cup 2014

    There was little Iran could do from the start, as Spain—even without Serge Ibaka—bullied its way to a 90-60 victory on the 2014 FIBA World Cup's opening day...

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  11. Australia vs Slovenia: Live Score and Highlights for FIBA World Cup 2014

    After four hard quarters of play, Slovenia—led by Phoenix Suns star, Goran Dragic—proved themselves as a deep and balanced squad capable of making noise...

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  12. Breaking Down San Antonio Spurs' Point Guard Position for 2014-15 Season

    In today's NBA , there is hardly a limited supply of talented point guards. Perhaps more so now than ever before, the league can boast remarkable depth at the position as well as incredible star power at the top...

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  13. Breaking Down San Antonio Spurs' Center Position for 2014-15 Season

    In today's NBA , positions hold less weight than they did in previous decades. Whereas experimental lineups were saved for a select group of squads in the past, the five-man lineups ...

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  14. Early Win-Loss Predictions for the San Antonio Spurs Next Season

    The San Antonio Spurs haven't entered an NBA season with such favorable media coverage in a long time...

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  15. Early Predictions for San Antonio Spurs' Starting Lineup Next Season

    After winning the 2014 NBA championship, the San Antonio Spurs laid low over an offseason that had the rest of the league buzzing...

    Garrett  Jochnau Written by Garrett Jochnau about 2 months ago 11,351 reads 24 comments

  16. Why Kyle Anderson's Future with San Antonio Spurs Is Very Bright

    As the last pick in the first round of the 2014 NBA draft, Kyle Anderson has odds to beat. Often, first-round Mr. Irrelevants have steeper hills to climb and more talent limitations to overcome than their lottery-selected classmates...

    Garrett  Jochnau Written by Garrett Jochnau about 3 months ago 15,109 reads 28 comments

  17. Best Bargain-Bin NBA 2014 Free-Agency Options for San Antonio Spurs

    Narratives of closing windows and downward spirals have followed the San Antonio Spurs over the past few seasons, but while the team silenced its final few detractors after winning ...

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  18. Undrafted Free Agents Who Would Be Steals for San Antonio Spurs

    Though the San Antonio Spurs are habitually quiet during the NBA draft , their 2014 first-round selection of Kyle Anderson has plenty of fans raving...

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  19. How San Antonio Spurs Evolved Yet Again into NBA Champions

    Four years ago, the San Antonio Spurs were supposed to be finished. Perhaps it was five years ago, or maybe even six; eventually you lose count. But in 2014, the San Antonio squad officially proved even the most steadfast naysayer wrong...

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  20. Tony Parker or Tim Duncan: Who's More Important to Spurs' Title Hopes?

    The San Antonio Spurs have never prided themselves on their star power. Though they have always been able to claim their fair share of elite talents, the Spurs have always been ...

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  21. 3 Areas the San Antonio Spurs Must Upgrade This Offseason

    It has been 16 years since Tim Duncan entered the NBA as a high-profile prospect out of Wake Forest. Since then, his San Antonio Spurs have accustomed themselves to habitual ...

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  22. 6 Draft Prospects Guaranteed to Interest the Sacramento Kings

    Will the 2014-15 NBA season finally mark the official turnaround for the Sacramento Kings ? As a team whose talent is incongruous with its performance, the Kings are poised to ...

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  23. San Antonio Spurs' Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses in Playoffs So Far

    Thus far, the San Antonio Spurs ' 2014 postseason campaign has seen its fair share of highs and lows. From the onset, it seemed as though they were in for another long, arduous ...

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  24. Creating the Perfect Offseason Plan for the San Antonio Spurs

    It's safe to say that the NBA postseason has been quite the discussion filler. Even for the San Antonio Spurs , whose first-round matchups are rarely competitive, the opening ...

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  25. Adjustments San Antonio Spurs Must Make to Ramp Up Playoff Run

    Well, this wasn't how it was supposed to go down. Entering the postseason, the San Antonio Spurs were rolling...

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