AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (53-26) extended their winning streak to nine games as they defeated the Houston Rockets 110-98 behind Tony Parker’s 27 point outburst.
However, the Spurs did not start out looking like winners of eight straight. In the first quarter, the Spurs’ defense allowed Houston to score 33 points while Kawhi Leonard sputtered only scoring two points off 1-4 shooting. However, the second quarter would be the turning point of the game as San Antonio went on a 16-2 run to close out the first half.
The second half the Spurs continued to extend their lead as Leonard woke up scoring 14 points while Parker dropped in 10 points. The Spurs’ defense also contained Houston’s James Harden to 22 points.
To recap the Spurs’ win, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia look back at what went right and wrong for San Antonio. (more…)
AT&T CENTER – It’s halftime here in San Antonio as the Spurs are up big over the Golden State Warriors 57-38.
The Spurs are being led by Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green’s 16 points a piece. San Antonio shot 53 percent and dominated the Warriors in the paint 32-24. Golden State was limited to 36 percent shooting while Stephen Curry had 11 points off 4-9 shooting.
To breakdown the Spurs’ big first half, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia discuss what the Spurs did right versus the Warriors and take a look at what the Spurs need to do to secure a win in the second half.
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs hold a whopping 20 point lead over the Denver Nuggets with the score being 67-47.
The Spurs are being led by Kawhi Leonard’s 15 points while Boris Diaw chipped in with 13 points off the bench. The Spurs scored a season-high 45 points int he first quarter however the team will be without center Tiago Splitter as he suffered tightness in his right calf and will not return to the game.
To breakdown the first half, join Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia in this Spurscast special live from the AT&T Center.
The San Antonio Spurs have rattled off 15 wins out of their past 18 games and currently sit a half game back of the fifth-seeded Los Angeles Clippers. Even greener pastures lie just ahead as the Spurs are only two games back of both the second-seeded Memphis Grizzles and Houston Rockets. The chaotic winter seems ages ago but consistency doubts still linger in the minds of Spurs fans. Are the Spurs finally playing at a peak level or is there more to achieve?
Two impressive performances versus the Atlanta Hawks and Oklahoma City Thunder. Two equally embarrassing loses against the New York Knicks and Dallas Mavericks.
The 2014-2015 season for the San Antonio Spurs has been one of narratives. At first it was the question of effort and then it was the plague of injuries that essentially left Tim Duncan by his lonesome. The start of the new year was focused on chemistry and then whether or not Tony Parker was ready to be put out to pasture. And though the Spurs have recently churned out some incredible games, the new topic now is centered around the notion of consistency – or rather the lack thereof. With only eleven games remaining in the regular season, are the wild spikes of performances here to stay or is there another narrative around the corner?
The San Antonio Spurs have won eight of their last ten games but still find themselves near the tail end of the playoff pack. With only fifteen games left in the regular season, the window to gain ground in the standings is closing quickly. Nights like the New York Knicks debacle are no longer affordable losses.
AT&T CENTER – It’s halftime in San Antonio, as the San Antonio Spurs are leading the Cleveland Cavaliers 64-62.
The Spurs were led by Tony Parker with 19 points while the Cavs are were led by Kyrie Irving with 22 points.
To recap the first half, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia break down what went right and when went wrong for San Antonio in the first half.
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (40-23) host the Cleveland Cavaliers (41-25) tonight in San Antonio in an East versus West clash. The Spurs are riding a 6-game winning streak and hope to send LeBron James and the Cavs a loss for the season and snap their 2-game win streak.
Heading into tonight’s game, in his pregame press conference, Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich announced Tim Duncan would play despite suffering a hyper-extended elbow injury against Toronto while Manu Ginobili is still questionable.
Here to preview tonight’s matchup and break everything down, is Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia in this special edition of the Spurscast.
The San Antonio Spurs six game winning streak comes in large part due to the resurgence of both Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard. The duo have averaged 47 combined points over the past four games, rekindling some of their fellow struggling teammates along the way. Just a week ago, many fans had either smashed the panic button or were preparing to do so. Is it too early now to say the Spurs season has finally turned the corner? Can Tony Parker sustain his current level of play or will health concerns rear its ugly head again?
AT&T CENTER — The San Antonio Spurs (39-23) push their winning streak to five with an impressive performance against the gritty Chicago Bulls (39-25). Chicago may have been without Derrick Rose, Taj Gibson, and Jimmy Butler but their vaunted front court was still an incredibly difficult obstacle for San Antonio. The last time these two teams met, Pau Gasol’s 12 points, 17 rebounds, and 2 blocks led the Bulls in a complete route of the Spurs. This time around, Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard put on the dominating performance.
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs and Chicago Bulls are at the half and the Spurs hold a 51-39 lead.
Leading the way is Tony Parker with 10 points and Patty Mills chipping in with eight points off the bench.
To recap the first half action, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia, Aaron Preine and Paul Garcia break down what went right and what went wrong for San Antonio as well as the keys to the second half for the Spurs.
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (38-23) will host the Chicago Bulls (39-24) in an afternoon matinee in San Antonio. The Spurs are on a 4-game winning streak and will look to make is five in a row.
Before tipoff, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Aaron Preine break down the game. What are the keys to a Spurs win? Has the team turned the corner? What about Tony Parker?
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs started off their six-game home stand with a 112-54 throttling of the Sacramento Kings in their first home game since the Rodeo Road Trip. With the win, the Spurs move their record to 37-23.
The Spurs were led by Kawhi Leonard’s 21 points while Tony Parker chipped in with 19 points. The Spurs’ bench also made a huge impact with 50 points led by Manu Ginobili and Macro Belinelli’s 13 points a piece.
To recap the game, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia breakdown the win for San Antonio live from the AT&T Center. (more…)
AT&T CENTER — It is the end of the first half between the San Antonio Spurs and Sacramento Kings with the score 54-38, Spurs with the lead. The Spurs were led by Kawhi Leonard’s 19 points and Manu Ginobili’s six points off the bench.
The Kings were led by Rudy Gay’s eight points while DeMarcus Cousins chipped in seven points but was hampered with three personal fouls in the first half.
To recap the first-half between the Spurs and Kings, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia bring to you this live podcast from the AT&T Center.
In the Tim Duncan era, the San Antonio Spurs have only had six losing streak of four games or more. Two of those losing streaks have occurred this season. Despite carrying a supposedly healthy roster, the Spurs have failed to get their season out of the mud. This season’s Rodeo Road Trip will be the first ever to finish with a losing record. Sitting at 34-23, the Spurs are more likely to fall out of the playoff race than they are to snatch a higher seeding. With two-thirds of the season now in the books, is it time to smash the panic button on the Spurs?