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About A Win: Spurs 121, Timberwolves 92

Friday, the San Antonio Spurs walked into Minnesota as an eight point favorite against the Timberwolves. However, with the Spurs’ offense struggling through their first 11 games, specifically making outside shots, it wasn’t guaranteed Friday’s contest would end up as a comfortable game for San Antonio. After 48 minutes of play and being led by […]


Splitter ‘upset’ and ‘stressed’ over recent calf injury

After a successful season and have a career-postseason numbers 7.5 points, and 6.1 rebounds in 22 minutes, San Antonio Spurs’ Tiago Splitter was probably hoping to duplicate that success this season. However, Splitter got hit with a calf injury which has only allowed him to play one game this season and there’s been no timetable […]


5 things to watch: Spurs vs. Wolves

The San Antonio Spurs (7-4) will look to get another road win as they face the Timberwolves (3-7) tonight in Minnesota. The Spurs are coming off a 92-90 road win over the Cavs.  Boris Diaw led the Spurs with 19 points, 7 assists, 6 rebounds and 3 steals in 39 minutes. The Wolves are coming off a […]

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Is It Time For The Salary Cap To Go?

The NBA is making record profits, teams are selling for exorbitant amounts of money, ungodly television deals are lining the pockets of TV and league executives alike, and the sport is more popular than it has ever been.  Perhaps the time has come to address a question that is often avoided in professional sports—is it […]


Cuban Being Cuban, Jabs Spurs, Thunder

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is at it again. This time he is attempting to rile up the fan bases of their two most heated rivals, the Thunder and the San Antonio Spurs. In an interview with the Dallas Morning-News, Cuban suggested that the Thunder, with their early-season injuries to Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant, […]


Spurscast 345: Kingslayer

King James fell once again to Kawhi Leonard and the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday, making it four straight losses going back to Game Three of the 2014 NBA Finals. LeBron James fumbled away a last second opportunity, giving the Spurs seventh win of the season. Hosts Aaron Preine (@DukeOfBexar) and Jose Grijalva (@JRG1023) look back at the Cleveland game and share banter on the injury woes that are still hamstringing the defending champions on both ends of the court.

It’s the one and only Spurscast The original San Antonio Spurs Podcast.


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Video: Latest H-E-B commercial has the Spurs searching for slogans

What can be better than three new San Antonio Spurs H-E-B commercials? How about a fourth one! In the latest commercial spot, Manu Ginobili, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Patty Mills and Kawhi Leonard are tasked to come up with a new slogan for ice cream. Leave it to Duncan and Leonard to bring the laughs […]

Video: Gary Payton Says Dwight Howard Disliked By Many Players

Retired All-Star guard, Gary Payton holds nothing back when asked about the Houston Rockets’ Dwight Howard.

“I think he’s disliked by a lot of players now, they’re starting to dislike him a lot” says Payton. “Because what Dwight Howard does, you know, you see all the smiles and the antics, that’s getting on peoples’ nerves.”

So what do you think San Antonio Spurs fans? Is Howard just misunderstood or is he genuinely disliked by a growing number of players in the league? (more…)

Watch: Ryan Richards kills it on the court

Consider this a reminder of what could have been for San Antonio Spurs overseas prospect Ryan Richards.

According to Hoops Fix, Richards, who is now with Hungarian club BC Kormend, showed up in Leeds to get in some workouts at the Midnight Madness Leeds qualifier at Leeds Metropolitan University.

There, Ryan put on a show as he showed a wide array of post moves, quickness, outside shot, ball handling and a whole lot more. It’s enough to make Spurs fans wish he’d do that for San Antonio at the NBA Summer League. (more…)

Video: Joey Crawford did something nice for San Antonio… you read that right

Long time NBA referee Joey Crawford visited Linton Elementary School to read to students. Yes, the same Joey Crawford who ejected San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan for laughing on the bench and who has harassed the Spurs for years. Needless to say, Joey isn’t a fan favorite among Spurs fans.

Now it seems he’s mellowed out (at least in public) and doesn’t want kids to become “slugs” and instead wants them to be successful. If your mind is blown right now, I can’t say I blame you.

This is a guy who has a compilation of bad calls on YouTube with plenty more available for individual calls that are exceptionally horrific. I guess I’m just surprised that San Antonio didn’t use this opportunity as a PSA to show how bad people can be reformed. (more…)


Recap: Depleted Spurs edge LeBron, Cavs

It was the first time LeBron James faced the San Antonio Spurs since the 2014 NBA Finals when he was with the Miami Heat. Despite LeBron being back in Cleveland, the result remained the same. The silver and black came out on top once again, although this time it was not as easy. Tim Duncan […]

Spurs’ Popovich on Cavs’ James returning to Cleveland

“You guys always have something to say. If LeBron went right, you say he should have went left. If he shot, he should have passed it and if he passed it, he should have shot it. I always thought that was all baloney. He knows a whole lot more about what he’s doing and what he’s been doing than all of y’all. I’m just happy for him – whether he went to Timbuktu, he should do what’s best for him and his family. Everyone else can go swim in a lake, so to speak. You all do what you want to do and LeBron should be able to do what he wants to do.”

5 things to watch: Spurs vs. Cavs

The San Antonio Spurs (6-4) will visit the new-look Cleveland Cavaliers (5-4), as well as reacquaint themselves with LeBron James after dispatching the Heat in last season’s NBA Finals. The Spurs are coming off a 100-75 thrashing of the Sixers at home. Matt Bonner scored 18 points to pace the Spurs in the win. The […]


Spurs Jesus forgives Facebook after recent troubles

At first it was Charles Barkley, but after regaining access to his Facebook page on Wednesday the infamous Spurs Jesus added Facebook to the list of those he has forgiven. Spurs Jesus, who asked that his real name be withheld, says that the series of events leading up to the reinstatement of his page were […]