• Trip to San Antonio accompanied by not-so-fond memories | Miami Sun Sentinel
Miami Heat beat writer Ira Winderman says the Heat have bad memories of their three-game stay in San Antonio during the NBA Finals. The Spurs blew out the Heat in Game 3 113-77 and won Game 5 114-104 before the Heat won Games 6 and 7 in Miami.
"I mean, of course, we just played them in the Finals and obviously just going there is always a place of horrors. I haven't had a lot of success there in my career, but it's always fun going against a very, very well-coached, very well-machined organization and team, with so many great players."
• Greg Anthony talks Heat vs. Spurs | SpursNation
Jabari Young of the San Antonio Express-News talked to TNT analyst Greg Anthony about tomorrow's Heat-Spurs matchup. Anthony said it will be a difficult task for anyone to dethrone the Western Conference Champs and said Patty Mills could be an x-factor in tomorrow night's game. He also gave the edge to the Spurs.
• Austin Daye: The Next Generation | Spurs.com
Ken Rodriguez of Spurs.com recently published another great feature, this time on new Spur Austin Daye. Rodriguez talks about Austin's father, Darren, a former NBA player and his fierce one-on-one matches with Austin, and how Austin didn't always look like an NBA player in the making . It also just so happens that Darren Daye is a San Antonio Spurs fan and he thinks Spurs coach Gregg Popovich can turn Austin's career around. If you want to know more about the person behind the new Spurs #23 jersey, head over to Spurs.com.
• Mills: Confidence is rising with every game | NBA Australia
In his latest blog on NBA Australia, Spurs guard Patty Mills talks about finally making it home after a tough Rodeo Road Trip. Mills also says playing more with Tony Parker out has helped his confidence.