Ginobili, Argentina confirm Manu won’t play in 2014 FIBA World Cup

After a recent report citing a stress fracture revealed the San Antonio Spurs wouldn’t allow guard Manu Ginobili to play in the 2014 FIBA World Cup for his country Argentina, confirmation from Ginobili and the Argentine National team had been relatively quiet. Thursday morning however, both the Argentine Basketball Confederation and Ginobili himself took to […]

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Dangubic signs 3-year deal with Crvena Zvezda

As recently reported, Serbian guard Nemanja Dangubic was close to signing a deal with the Serbian squad KK Crvena Zvezda. Thursday morning, the deal became official, as Crvena Zvezda announced Dangubic had been signed to a 3-year deal with the club, though there’s also a chance he could leave after the second year. After Nikola […]

Report: Sanikidze to sign with Russian club Unics Kazan

According to, Viktor Sanikidze, who just completed a season with CAI Zaragoza, is close to finalizing a new deal with the Russian basketball club Unics Kazan. Sanikidze, 28, averaged 8.8 points and 5.3 rebounds in the EuroCup last season with CAI Zaragoza. The San Antonio Spurs acquired Sanikidze’s NBA draft rights from the Atlanta […]


Grading the Spurs’ offseason moves

Written by Benjamin Bornstein The San Antonio Spurs are like the kid in class who you know is going to screw your grade, because he’s going to set the curve, and he’s going to set it higher than you’d like. They went out and didn’t make any splashy moves, they got back all the guys […]

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Report: Dangubic close to signing with Crvena Zvezda

According to, Serbian guard Nemanja Dangubic is close to signing with the Serbian squad KK Crvena Zvezda, otherwise known as the “Red Star.” Nemanja Dangubic is close to moving to Crvena Zvezda, Novosti reports. The Serbian player is targeted also by Partizan Belgrade but he is leaning toward moving to Crvena Zvezda who will offer […]


Spurs’ playoff threats out West

Written by Benjamin Bornstein, Project The San Antonio Spurs are reloaded and everyone is re-signed with the exception of Aron Baynes. Surely the Spurs will be looking to repeat for the first time in their dynasty, and now that the free agency dust has settled (for the most part), it’s time to see who […]


For Thunder, out with Sefolosha, in with Morrow

On May 31, 2014, in a thrilling overtime game, the San Antonio Spurs eliminated the Oklahoma City Thunder in six games, as the Spurs would march forward toward the NBA Finals, where they would eventually be crowned the 2014 NBA Champions. That night on May 31, Thunder guard/forward Thabo Sefolosha logged a “Did Not Play” […]


Rumor: Spurs to open season on road vs. LeBron, Cavaliers?

In a Sunday article of the Boston Globe, writer Gary Washburn had a small note in his “Layups” section of his article about a rumor he’s hearing predicting how the San Antonio Spurs will open the 2014-15 regular season, and that could possibly be on the road. Rumor has it that the NBA’s season-opening game […]


Categorizing the Spurs’ Frontcourt

When looking back at the frontcourt of the 2013-14 San Antonio Spurs offensively, the Spurs’ big men had different roles in how they scored the basketball for the team. Whether it was Tim Duncan posting an opponent, Matt Bonner nailing a 3-pointer, or Tiago Splitter finishing a layup on a pick-and-roll, the Spurs’ big men […]

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Danny Green to change from number 4 to 14?

Early Saturday morning, San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green sent an interesting tweet that could mean he’ll be changing his jersey number with the Spurs in the coming season. And for those asking about the number change…yes it is really happening #14 — Danny Green (@DGreen_14)


Ginobili awaiting decision from Spurs for clearance to play in World Cup

As expected, San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili’s most recent test results on the stress fracture in his right leg came in Friday, and according to Ginobili’s doctor, Diego Grippo, he is still “optimistic” Ginobili can play in the 2014 FIBA World Cup, but the ultimate decision has to come from the Spurs (Via […]


Late July update on Spurs’ International Players

With the San Antonio Spurs’ roster being comprised of seven international players, here’s a quick update on the Spurs’ international players statuses with their national teams this summer, as a few are preparing for the 2014 FIBA World Cup in 36 days. Preparing for the 2014 World Cup Boris Diaw (France) – Diaw is currently […]


Bertans discusses signing with Baskonia, next steps for future with Spurs

In an interview with, Davis Bertans, who recently signed a new three-year deal with Saski Baskonia, commented on why he chose to sign with Baskonia, where he stands with the San Antonio Spurs’ organization, and where he wants to focus on the court in his time with Baskonia. Bertans says the decision to sign […]

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Ginobili remains optimistic he might play in FIBA World Cup

In an interview with the Argentine website, San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili revealed Monday that he no longer feels pain in the area of his stress fracture on his right leg, and though he remains optimistic he might still have a chance to play for the Argentine National team in the 2014 FIBA […]