(Audio) Spurs vs. Clippers Pregame Report: Parker to return, Pop on multiple topics

AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (17-11) are looking to bounce back from a four-game losing streak Monday evening, as they will host the Los Angeles Clippers (19-8). In his pregame press conference, San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich announced injured guard Tony Parker would return to the starting lineup and play “some” […]

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About A Loss: Spurs 119, Trail Blazers 129 in Triple-Overtime

AT&T CENTER – “I’m proud of the whole team and what they’ve done,” said San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich Friday evening, after his team fell for a second straight game in triple-overtime, but this time to the Portland Trail Blazers 129-119. “It’s a different group every night,” continued Popovich. “It would almost be […]

(Audio) Spurs vs. Portland Pregame Report: Leonard, Parker, Batum, Lopez out

AT&T CENTER – After falling in their last two games, the San Antonio Spurs (17-9) are looking to rebound with a win Friday evening against the visiting Portland Trail Blazers (20-6). Both teams will be without some of their core players, as Tony Parker (left hamstring) and Kawhi Leonard (right hand) will be out for San Antonio, while Robin Lopez (right hand fracture) and Nicolas Batum (right wrist/left knee) will be out for Portland.

After Wednesday’s triple-overtime thriller between the Spurs and Memphis Grizzlies, Popovich confirmed that Tim Duncan and the rest of the group is expected to play, despite the increase of minutes most of the core players played on Wednesday.

In the audio pregame report, I spoke about some of the key topics from Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich’s pregame media session, including the latest on Leonard and Parker’s injuries, Popovich’s “no thoughts” comment on the Rajon Rondo trade, and I also spoke with a few players like Kyle Anderson on his post play and Tiago Splitter, on how his calf is feeling thus far.

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A Tale of Overtime Periods: Spurs fall to Grizzlies in Triple-Overtime

AT&T CENTER – Wednesday, December 17th, wasn’t a playoff game. However, if you were in attendance, that’s what it felt like, as the San Antonio Spurs (17-9) fell to the Memphis Grizzlies (21-4) in triple overtime 117-116. Like a classical tale, this game had a classical plot. First, there were the Grizzlies, who had just […]

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About A Loss: Spurs 95, Trail Blazers 108

Minus Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and Tiago Splitter, the San Antonio Spurs, despite playing a stable defensive game and getting a career high mark from rookie Kyle Anderson, were unable to defeat the Portland Trail Blazers Monday, as the Spurs fell 108-95. Behind 23 points apiece from their two leaders in LaMarcus Aldridge […]

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About A Loss: Spurs 110, Lakers 112

AT&T CENTER – “I thought the Lakers did a great job. They had an edge, they were aggressive on both ends of the floor, they executed well and they definitely wanted the game more than we did. It seemed to be more important to them than to us. I thought our performance was pitiful.” Those […]

Before Tip-Off: Leonard to miss Spurs vs. Lakers game (Audio)

AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (16-6) will host the Los Angeles Lakers (6-16) Friday evening in a game that has a bit more attention than a usual 23rd game of the regular season in mid December, as Lakers guard Kobe Bryant, is 31 points away from passing Michael Jordan to move into third place on the NBA’s All-Time scoring list.

On the Spurs’ end, they’ll be missing their best perimeter defender in Kawhi Leonard (bruised right hand), but they will have Tony Parker return to the lineup, after he missed time with a mild strain, of his left hamstring. Being here at the arena, I previewed the game in the audio clip below and discussed what both coaches had to say in their pregame interview, as well as gave an update on Leonard’s injury status.



Report: Allen narrows list to Spurs, Wizards, Bulls, Cavailiers & Warriors

Jordan Schultz, a Huffington Sports Columnist, reported Friday through Twitter that he’s hearing free agent veteran guard Ray Allen has narrowed his search of teams seeking his services to the San Antonio Spurs, Washington Wizards, Chicago Bulls, and Golden State Warriors. Hearing Ray Allen is choosing between San Antonio, Washington, Chicago, Cleveland and the Golden […]

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About A Win: Spurs 109, Knicks 95

AT&T CENTER – “I thought they did a fine job,” said San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich Wednesday evening, after his team – minus the Spurs’ big four of Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili, Tim Duncan and Kawhi Leonard – throttled the Carmelo Anthony-less New York Knicks 109-95. “I haven’t been this pleased in a […]

Parker, Ginobili, Leonard, Anthony out in Spurs vs. Knicks game

AT&T CENTER – Both the New York Knicks and San Antonio Spurs might look slightly different Wednesday, as both clubs are preparing to face each other without some of their core players. On San Antonio’s end, Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich said Tony Parker (mild strain, left hamstring), Manu Ginobili (rest), and Kawhi Leonard (bruised […]

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About A Loss: Spurs 96, Jazz 100

Entering Tuesday’s contest with Utah, the San Antonio Spurs were a nine-point favorite, as the Spurs had won 13 of their last 15 games, while the Jazz were on a nine-game losing streak. However, after 48 minutes of play in Salt Lake City, there was a reminder that at the end of the day, both […]


Building the Machine (Volume 2)

After Volume 1 of the season long “Building the Machine” series, the San Antonio Spurs sat at 6-4 in their first 10 games to open the season. The biggest issue in the first 10 games for San Antonio was their offense, as they were ranked 24th in 3-point shooting and 24th overall in offense. Since […]