Pregame Spurscast: Spurs vs. Clippers (Game 4)

AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (2-1) will look to take the winds out of the sails of the Los Angeles Clippers (1-2) today in San Antonio for Game 4 of the first-round series.

The Spurs are coming off a huge 100-73 Game 3 win at home where Kawhi Leonard exploded for 32 points.

And with Game 4 being a pivotal game for both teams, especially L.A. trying to save their postseason lives, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia along with Hector Ledesma of “Halftime Sports” breakdown today’s matchup.


Spurs look to take command of series in Game 4

The San Antonio Spurs will look to take a commanding lead in their best-of-seven playoff series when they host the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 4 of their first-round series at the AT&T Center this afternoon. The Spurs are coming off a 100-73 win in Game 3 over the Clippers on Friday night. Kawhi Leonard […]


Spurs Roundtable: The Spurs’ Turnaround (Video)

On this episode of the Spurs Roundtable, the duo of Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia look back at the first three games f the Spurs-Clippers first-round series. After dropping Game 1 of the first-round series to Los Angeles, the Spurs have bounced back to take Game 2 and 3 and lead the series […]

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The Role of Fatigue: Spurs vs. Clippers

AT&T CENTER – As human beings, our bodies can only do so much before they need rest. In observing the Los Angeles Clippers through three games of their series against the San Antonio Spurs, where the Clippers trail the Spurs 2-1 in the series, Los Angeles seems to be showing signs of fatigue both by […]

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Spurs rout Clippers 100-73 behind Kawhi Leonard’s 32 points

AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs, behind Kawhi Leonard’s 32 point effort, smashed the Los Angeles Clippers 100-73 to take a 2-1 first-round series lead. Leonard’s offensive explosion was his career-high playoff scoring while the Clippers just couldn’t get their offense going.

L.A. was held to 16 points in the first quarter and 11 points in the third quarter while their floor leader, Chris Paul, was help to 7 points off 3-11 shooting.

The Spurs bench scored 39 points led by Boris Diaw’s 15 points. Tim Duncan was held to 4 points on the night off 2-6 shooting.

As for the Clippers, Blake Griffin struggled scoring 14 points when throughout the series he was averaging 27.5 points.

To recap tonight’s big win for San Antonio, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia along with Hector Ledesma of “Halftime Sports” breakdown what the Spurs did to demolish “Lob City.” (more…)

Video: Kawhi Leonard’s One Hand Alley Oop Dunk vs. Clippers

Defensive Player of the Year Kawhi Leonard is showing he’s not just a one trick defensive pony. During game 3 of the first round, the San Antonio Spurs defensive ace showed his offensive athleticism (and huge hands) after catching an alley oop lob from teammate Danny Green. We know Leonard has his moments in transition, […]


Halftime Spurscast: Spurs 46, Clippers 38

AT&T CENTER – It’s halftime in San Antonio and the Spurs are up 46-38 against the Los Angeles Clippers.

The Spurs are being led by Kawhi Leonard with 16 points while Danny Green and Boris Diaw chipped in with 8 points each. The Spurs shot 43 percent from the field, 40 percent from the three-point line, while only turning the ball over six times.

L.A.’s Blake Griffin has 10 points to pace the Clippers.

To recap the first half, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia breakdown all the action on the court.


Pregame Spurscast: Spurs vs. Clippers (Game 3)

AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (1-0) are back in the Alamo City as they host the Los Angeles Clippers (1-0) tonight for Game 3 of their opening round playoff series.

Heading into the game, the Spurs will be riding a huge 111-107 overtime win in Game 2 in L.A. and stole home court advantage.

However, tonight the Spurs will be without center Aron Baynes and Tony Parker will play despite Achilles issues he suffered in Game 2.

To break down tonight’s matchup, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia take a look at tonight’s pivotal game and discuss whether tonight is a must-win for the Spurs.


Why Is Baynes Listed As Doubtful?

The game day injury report was released this afternoon ahead of Game 3 in San Antonio. I see that Tony Parker is set to play, which means that he will start, tonight. Aron Baynes, however, is doubtful. Why? I see that soreness on the right ankle has been listed as the injury, but could that […]


5 things to watch: Spurs vs. Clippers (Game 3)

The San Antonio Spurs (1-0) will host the Los Angeles Clippers (1-0) in Game 3 of the opening round playoff series at the AT&T Center. The Spurs are coming off a huge 111-107 overtime win in Game 2 in L.A. as they stole home court advantage behind Tim Duncan’s 28 points and 11 rebounds. Kawhi Leonard […]


Spurs Game 3 Adjustments

To say that San Antonio stunned the Clippers in Game 2 is to sell the defending NBA Champions short. Surprisingly, that was the headline on this morning. On the very day that Kawhi Leonard was voted the 2014-2015 Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year, it has become even more evident that the Spurs […]


Great, or Just Really Good?

Words are a simple commodity. If we inflate them, they lose their value. I wish I came up with that line (it was author Jess Walter). I wish I had the mastery of that kind of prose, because the phrase is so true. There is no such thing as a great taco. No pizza should […]

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Could OKC dip into the Popovich coaching tree?

The popular names for the Oklahoma City Thunder to replace former coach Scott Brooks have been popping up all week. Names like UConn’s Kevin Ollie, Florida’s Billy Donovan, Mark Jackson, and Tom Thibodeau have been yelled loudly the past few days, but there are some whispers of other guys who could be good candidates. Iowa […]


Spurscast 361: Fundamental Onions

In Game Two of this San Antonio – Los Angeles series, Tim Duncan transformed into an omniscient ball of light and carried the Spurs to a 1-1 series tie. The Big Fundamental tallied 28 points (14-23 FG) along with 11 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals. San Antonio had an incredibly disappointing outing in the opening game and was carried to victory in the second match by Mr. Duncan and the duo of Kawhi Leonard and Patty Mills. Homecourt advantage has swung but are the Spurs doomed by the bum legs of Tony Parker?


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Kyle Anderson Is Back With San Antonio

San Antonio recalled rookie Kyle Anderson from its D-League affiliate, Austin Spurs, on Wednesday. Anderson is fresh off a D-League Western Conference Finals loss to the Santa Cruz Warriors in which the Austin Spurs were eliminated from the Playoffs. Anderson is no stranger to the NBA. He has appeared 33 times for San Antonio this […]