Oh, Pop. A video posted by San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) on Dec 12, 2014 at 7:10pm PST It’s pretty well-documented that Gregg Popovich is the grumpy but often hilarious grandpa of NBA coaches, and last night he submitted another highlight to his “Classic Pop” bank of moments. During a timeout in the action in the
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San Antonio Spurs’ rookie Kyle Anderson may have just had a game that showed his compatibility in the NBA. Anderson had his breakout game against the Portland Trail Blazers the other night with 15 points, 6 for 7 on shooting and 5 rebounds. He really came out and showed his confidence in the 4th quarter. […]
SAN ANTONIO -- Marc Gasol scored 26 points, including a banked-in 3-pointer as regulation expired, and the Memphis Grizzlies overcame blowing a 23-point lead for a 117-116 triple-overtime victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night.
Zach Randolph had 21 points and 21 rebounds in the Grizzlies' sixth straight victory. Vince Carter added a season-high 18 points for Memphis...
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This is just sick! Making his D-League debut with the Austin Spurs (the San Antonio Spurs’ D-League affiliate), Orlando Johnson felt the need to make his presence known to the Idaho Stampede and absolutely obliterated the team with a one-handed dunk over forward Jerrelle Benimon! Check out the video and watch just how high he got […]
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich is known for resting his star players often during the course of a long 82 game season in order to prevent injury and have his team ready for the playoffs, but with several teams ahead of the Silver and Black in the standings so early – can he […]
Once again San Antonio Spurs’ Tony Parker is on the ballot for the 2014 Western Conference All-Star squad and should he mae the team for a seventh time, here is what he will be wearing in the Big Apple.
PEAK (the shoe company TP is signed with) has a custom All-Star kicks for the guard from San Antonio complete with colors resembling the Knicks team colors considering the All-Star...
The first thing that comes to my when I think of San Antonio Spurs basketball is consistency. This season however, there has been different word to associate with the San Antonio Spurs: injuries. The 2014-2015 incarnation of the Spurs has been a team that has been ravaged by injuries.
Center Tiago Splitter has been limited to just three games thus far this season with a calf injury...
The San Antonio Spurs' greatest vulnerability is their own injury report.
They've dealt with a revolving door of ailments through the first quarter of the season and now the reigning NBA champs begin arguably the most grueling 10-game, all-Western-Conference stretch any team will face this season.
And they'll do it without knowing when their All-Star point guard will be back or...
Gregg Popovich has been an anomaly in the NBA for years. One of the best coaches ever, yet at the same time, one of the most unorthodox. The goodwill and reputation that Popovich has built in his time in San Antonio has given him the ability to make moves and do things on his team that no other coach in the league would have the ability to do.
The past couple years, as his stars...
Kawhi Leonard returned to the San Antonio Spurs' lineup just in time to help make up for the absence of injured Tony Parker.
Leonard, sidelined the previous two games because of a bruised right hand, scored 18 points and spearheaded San Antonio's defensive effort with a career-high six blocks, leading the Spurs past the banged-up Denver Nuggets 99-91 on Sunday night.
"He did a good...
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3 days ago
DENVER (AP) The San Antonio Spurs were without ailing Tony Parker for Sunday night's game at Denver.
Parker was held out with a mild left hamstring strain that has caused him to miss four of the last five games.
The Nuggets, meanwhile, learned they could be without center JaVale McGee for substantial additional time. McGee has missed nine of Denver's previous 23 games this season...
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4 days ago
He can knock down threes with ease and now it seems Spurs’ Marco Belinelli can also make great rap video cameos.
I do not speak Italian but from what I can gather from the video, Marco seems to be the center of attention of this song.
From his standing in the background bobbing his head, on the court taking shots at the rim to Belinelli lip syncing, this video has it all (h/t Project...
At some point in time you would think that reporters covering San Antonio Spurs game would know that they are not going to get much out of head coach Gregg Popovich. Maybe they should try a different approach. Maybe they will get something then--or maybe they can act like it is business as usual, get a short answer (if any answer), and his infamous Stare of Death.Like this guy: Read more »
New York Knicks swingman JR Smith sat out Wednesday’s game against the San Antonio Spurs with a heel injury, but he made sure to stay busy despite not playing. At one point during the second quarter of his team’s 10th consecutive loss, Smith — or someone who had access to his account — liked a...Read More
I have seen some odd ball celebrations from NBA bench players before but this one ranks up there in my book.
In a recent game between the Spurs and Wolves, Marco Belinelli was on fire, doing what he does best and that’s knocking down three-pointers with ease.
So his teammates on the bench started to rub their bellies after Belinelli drained threes. Get it? Belly… Belinelli! See...
The San Antonio Spurs lost to the Brooklyn Nets in overtime Wednesday night. The loss, which was San Antonio’s first of the season to a sub-.500 team, snapped an eight-game winning streak. Why did Tony Parker watch the entire overtime period from the bench? Parker was benched with 4:20 left in the third quarter and...Read More
As the NBA season is now in full swing, the San Antonio Spurs appear to be exactly the team they were expected to be coming into this season. They’re the defending champions, playing classic Spurs’ basketball, and slowly working towards their ultimate goal of winning back to back NBA titles. For a team like the Spurs, a team with incredible leadership, several hall of fame players...
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Class was in session on Friday night as Tim Duncan showed Corey Brewer how to properly flop.
The two collided on one particular play when the Timberwolves and Spurs squared off.
Duncan attempted to get Ginobili open by setting a screen for him. Brewer came off the pick but ran into the Spurs’ big man and flopped backwards...