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Spurs’ Adjustments For Game 3 vs. Thunder

After an impressive and dominating Game 1 victory by the San Antonio Spurs over the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference semi-finals, San Antonio came out with a controversial loss in the second game of the series. The Spurs were heavy favorites in Game 2 and numerous opportunities to create a sequel of the […]

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Spurs’ Offense Struggles in Game 2 vs. Thunder

AT&T CENTER – Saturday in their opening blow-out win against the Oklahoma City Thunder, the San Antonio Spurs shot a scorching 60.7% from the field. That night, it almost seemed like anything and everything had a strong chance of going into the basket for San Antonio. The chances of San Antonio shooting like that again […]

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Thunder punch back Spurs in Game 2, even series

Game Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpaFtm6eDfM The San Antonio Spurs punched the Oklahoma City Thunder in the mouth to grab a 1-0 series lead on Sunday. Just over 48 hours later, the Thunder punched back and tied the series in the process. LaMarcus Aldridge finished with a game-high 41 points, but it was not enough as the Spurs […]

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Spurs Roundtable: Breaking Down Game 1 & Previewing Game 2 vs. Thunder

In the latest episode of the Spurs Roundtable powered by Project Spurs, courtesy of News4SanAntonio.com and FoxSanAntonio.com, Project Spurs writers Stephen Anderson and Paul Garcia broke down Saturday’s Game 1 between the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder, and the duo looks ahead to Monday’s Game 2 matchup between the two teams. Be sure […]

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Frontcourt Report: Let’s Dance

Russell Westbrook is the best in the NBA and it’s not even debatable. The way he moves is electrifying, and you could make an argument that he’s the most explosive we’ve ever seen. He’s pretty good at basketball too, but man I love Russell Westbrook’s dancing. I would pay good money to see a dance-off between […]

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Spurs Congest Paint for Thunder in Game 1

AT&T CENTER – Heading into Saturday’s opening game between the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder, the second best offense in the NBA (Thunder – 109.9 Points Per 100 Possessions) and the best defense (Spurs  – 96.6 PP/100) were prepared to square off in a battle to see which strength of each team would […]

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Spurs demolish Thunder to open Conference Semifinals

Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5m8_3PTlPFk The San Antonio Spurs had time to rest and prepare for the past four days for the Oklahoma City Thunder. On Saturday night, they showed just how much it paid off as the Silver and Black destroyed their Western Conference rivals. LaMarcus Aldridge scored a game-high 38 points as he helped led the […]

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Before Tip-Off: Popovich, Donovan speak prior to Game 1

AT&T CENTER – With the Western Conference Semi Finals set to begin Saturday at 7:30 PM CST, San Antonio Head Coach Gregg Popovich and Oklahoma City Thunder Head Coach Billy Donovan conducted their pregame press conferences. With the series yet to start, both coaches were asked about their preparations with multiple days off and about […]

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Forecasting the series: Spurs vs. Thunder

To get ready for the Western Conference semifinals, we polled our staff and media members on their predictions for the San Antonio Spurs’ series against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Leave us your predictions in the comments or sound off on Twitter by tweeting @projectspurs. My prediction The Thunder pose a considerably larger threat than the […]

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Frontcourt Report: On to OKC

As far as the San Antonio Spurs are concerned, the first round is over. They took care of business in four games against a depleted Memphis Grizzlies squad, and they will move on to face an Oklahoma City Thunder team that dispatched Dirk’s Mavs after five chippy games. Let’s look at how the Spurs’ frontcourt did in round […]

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The West Factor: Intimidation and Mid-Range Extraordinaire

When it comes to the Western Conference Semifinals matchup between the San Antonio Spurs and the Oklahoma City Thunder, writers and analysts everywhere will be discussing ad nauseam the Kawhi Leonard versus Kevin Durant matchup that the basketball gods have blessed us with for the next two weeks. If two of the best wings in all of […]

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Round 2: Spurs vs. Thunder season recap

Looking at the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder, it seems like the matchup will be a tougher one than the first-round series against the Memphis Grizzlies. But we only saw two true games from the Silver and Black this season against OKC. Below, I recap the season series: Game #1: October 28, 2015 […]

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About A Series: Patty Mills’ play vs. Grizzlies

Just before the NBA Playoffs kicked off, San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills was having a tough month shooting the basketball from the outside in April, where he played in the final seven games of the season and he only connected on 29.6% of his 3.9 three pointers per game. It should be noted, Mills, […]

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SPURSCAST EPISODE 398- Nothing Compares 2 You

The Playoffs roll on. The Spurs roll on. San Antonio keeps their momentum as they await a second round matchup- presumably against Oklahoma City. The only thing that could overshadow something as big as the NBA Playoffs, is actually something really small. 5’2” to be exact. Prince Rogers Nelson died this week at the age of 57. We affectionately reflect on his life, and his impact on ours.

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Old Man Riverwalk turns 40

One day after the Spurs closed out their sweep of the Memphis Grizzlies, Tim Duncan is celebrating his 40th birthday, making the greatest power forward of all time officially over the hill. Duncan has spent almost half of his life in a Spurs jersey. 19 seasons in San Antonio, 15 times named an NBA All-Star […]

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Happy 40th, Tim Duncan

On Sunday night in Memphis, Tim Duncan tied former teammate Robert Horry for second most playoff victories of all time (155). The next day Old Man Riverwalk celebrated his 40th birthday, probably by practicing his bank shot and eating pre-chewed carrot cake. Seriously though, Duncan has been the face of the Spurs since the Clinton administration. […]

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Austin Spurs Update: 4/25/16

It’s pretty obvious by the picture we used for this post that the Los Angeles D-Fenders had something to celebrate this week, as the purple and gold managed to knock off the Austin Spurs in the D-League Western Conference Finals. The only way it could be more obvious is if we slapped a couple of […]

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Frontcourt Report 3: Decisive Victory

When the Project Spurs staff was polled about opening round predictions, the only disagreement seemed to be whether or not the Memphis Grizzlies would be able to steal a game in the ‘Grindhouse.’ The two games in Memphis seemed more competitive than the first two in San Antonio, but one of the most lopsided playoff series in […]

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Spurs complete sweep of Grizzlies, advance to Semifinals

Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3RIMHMIqk4 The San Antonio Spurs knew they needed to end their first round series as quickly as possible in order to give his team some time to rest before the next round. The Silver and Black responded by dominating the Memphis Grizzlies and clinching the series. Kawhi Leonard scored 21 points as he led […]

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Spurs Frontcourt Playoff Report 2

Charles Barkley joked that Reggie Miller “might be the worst analyst on television” after Miller suggested during Game 2 that the beaten up Grizzlies would play better against San Antonio in the Grindhouse in Memphis. Many of us were probably just as surprised as the Chuckster that Reggie’s prediction came true in Game 3, but unlike […]

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