I’m not sure if Gregg Popovich has ever wanted to put his hands on a player, but tonight at home against the Clippers, Pop may put them ‘paws’ on Boris Diaw.
Diaw did his job — he attempted a fullcourt heave as time was expiring at the half. It just so happens that the Clippers are up 14, and Diaw’s shot attempt hit Popovich right in the head.
Gregg Popovich didn’t even wait for triple zeroes on the clock before heading to the locker for halftime of the Spurs-Clippers game. Presumably, Pop was figuring out a way to rip his team a new one for a lackluster effort that led to a 14-point deficit — at home, no less. As Pop headed for
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Tim Duncan is suing his former financial adviser for $1 million in damages after realizing that the adviser was benefiting off investment deals where the San Antonio Spurs forward was losing big money, according to a report. WOAI in San Antonio reported news of the lawsuit and says Duncan is suing financial adviser Charles Banks...Read More
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SAN ANTONIO (AP) At 38, Tim Duncan admits a few more days' rest might be better for him rather than playing in the All-Star Game.
But there is no way he would pass up the chance to razz a former teammate.
The San Antonio Spurs forward will make the 15th All-Star appearance of his 18-year career after being selected as a reserve for the Western Conference. The Feb. 15 game is at...
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San Antonio Spurs center Tim Duncan is suing his personal and financial adviser for millions of dollars in damages.
Spurs star Tim Duncan has filed a lawsuit contending that a series of investments enriched his financial adviser but were losing propositions for the NBA star, including $7.5 million in an entertainment company run...
In an interview with Scoop Jackson, San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker’s distant cousin, Parker talked about last year’s championship (as so often happens now), his growing confidence in himself as a point guard, and of course his relationship with coach Popovich. Specifically, there’s an excerpt I want to direct to your attention about how […]
Just so there's no confusion here, "Cujo" is a friendly St. Bernard that contracts rabies and conducts a reign of terror on a small American town.
"CoJo" is a friendly basketball player who is granted playing time and conducts a reign of tenacity on opponents that attracts the admiration of his coach and teammates on America's most successful small-market franchise.
Of course Cory...
With the all-star break drawing near, the first half of the NBA season is officially coming to a close. For the defending champion San Antonio Spurs, and in particular many of the aging players on the roster, the newly implemented week off for the all-star festivities is a welcome sight in the near future. But until then, let’s take a look at what we can gleam from the Spurs season...
With the San Antonio Spurs’ 2014-15 NBA season underway and past the midpoint, we here at Project Spurs are teaming up with San Antonio’s own Busted Sandal Brewing Company to host a get-together once again for all Project Spurs readers and Spurs fans in general. The details: Location – Busted Sandal Brewing Company, 7114 Oaklawn […]
San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich did not want anyone to acknowledge it was his 66th birthday, let alone celebrate it.
Still, the Spurs serenaded Popovich after presenting the often cranky coach with their sixth straight win at home, moving him three games closer to 1,000 career victories.
Tony Parker scored 17 points and San Antonio overcame another lethargic third quarter...
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SAN ANTONIO -- Tony Parker scored 17 points and the San Antonio Spurs overcame another lethargic third quarter to beat the Charlotte Hornets 95-86 Wednesday night on coach Gregg Popovich's 66th birthday.
Danny Green had 16 points and Tim Duncan added 12 points and 14 rebounds as San Antonio won its sixth straight at home.
Gerald Henderson scored 18 points, Al Jefferson had 17 points...
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In case you missed it, Klay Thompson set the NBA record for most points scored in a single quarter after putting up 37 points in the third quarter of Friday night’s game against the Sacramento Kings. Thompson broke the previous record of 33 points, accomplished by George Gervin and Carmelo Anthony in 1978 and 2008,
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JaMychal Green and the San Antonio Spurs were unable to agree upon a new deal and have decided to part ways, league sources tell RealGM.
Green was on a 10-day contract with the Spurs after they cut Austin Daye.
Green was D-League Player of the Month for December.
In four games with the Spurs, Green averaged 2.0 points and 1.5 rebounds in 6.2 minutes.
It’s been a while since we have heard anything from San Antonio Spurs foreign player, Livio Jean-Charles. Livio, who is playing for French squad ASVEL (also owned by Tony Parker), showed off his defensive chops with a nice block which earned him the No. 1 spot in the team’s top-5 highlights of the week. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2usAwcE6HZk […]
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Gregg Popovich came to the defense of Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau before Thursday night’s game between the San Antonio Spurs and Chicago Bulls.
Popovich made it clear to the media that it will take the players, not the coach, to get the Bulls, who have lost six of its last eight games, back on track. To make his point stick, Popovich used one of...
Kobe Bryant will not play against the San Antonio Spurs on Friday night after an MRI revealed that he has a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder. Apparently this is not a new injury. According to Ramona Shelburne of ESPNLosAngeles.com, Kobe first injured his shoulder during the preseason and has been playing through some...Read More
San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili dished a slick behind-the-back pass to Patty Mills as part of a give-and-go scoring play during the first quarter of Thursday night's game in Chicago.Ginobili's perfect pass set up Mills for the layup, and even the hometown Bulls fans expressed their appreciation for the play.Unfortunately, it was one of the few highlights for the Spurs in the...
It’s an annual tradition to question and contemplate The San Antonio Spurs’ ability to return to contender status, but this year the Spurs have given doubters some fuel with their relatively unassuming record of 26-16. The uninformed observer would point to this and say that the Spurs have regressed and don’t have what it takes to return to the finals for a chance to secure...
San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich had a minor health scare on Tuesday night when he reportedly had to leave the team’s bus with sharp pains in his chest. According to NBA.com’s David Aldridge, Popovich is going to be fine. “Spurs not commenting but Gregg Popovich is with the team and flying to Charlotte after...Read More
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While star point guard Tony Parker and his injury woes may grab more headlines, it’s another Spurs player whose absence hurts more. Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard is expected to miss at least another two weeks (per ESPN) due to a torn hand ligament in his shooting hand. Leonard, the 2014 NBA Finals’ MVP, has been limited to just 22 games this season due to injury, and in the melee...