Project Spurs Roundtable: Spurs – Warriors postgame discussion

Saturday evening, two NBA powers clashed for the second time this season, as the San Antonio Spurs remained undefeated at home (35-0) with an 87-79 victory over the league leading and defending champion Golden State Warriors. After the game, Project Spurs’ own Stephen Anderson and Winston Harris discussed how the Spurs’ defense contained the “Splash Brothers” […]


Spurs Survive Toughest Home stand in a week

This past week wasn’t exactly spring break for the Spurs; it was probably closer to hell week. The team that coasted through a soft early-season schedule had to beat the Thunder, Clippers, Blazers, and Warriors in an 8 day stretch. It only counts as four more regular season home wins (44 in a row), but […]


Notes and Observations from Spurs’ victory over Warriors

AT&T CENTER – Out of the elite group of teams in the NBA consisting of the San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder, Los Angeles Clippers, Cleveland Cavaliers and Toronto Raptors, those five teams shared one element in common prior to Saturday evening – none of those five squads had yet to defeat the defending champion […]


Stages of Aldridge’s Comfort level with Spurs

AT&T CENTER – Before January 22, 2016, the San Antonio Spurs were getting 15.9 points and 8.9 rebounds from their marquee free agent from the previous summer, LaMarcus Aldridge. From the start of the season to January 22, that was known in many ways as an adjustment period for Aldridge to get acclimated to new […]


The Spurs’ bench through 67 games

AT&T CENTER – Prior to Tuesday in the month of March, San Antonio Spurs forwards Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge had scored over 20 points together in 5 of the Spurs’ 7 March games. During those five games, the Spurs went 4-1 with a point margin of +6.4 points per game. Tuesday, with the Western […]

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Interviewing Patty Mills: The Spurs’ home stretch, Player Development and Sausage talk

SAN ANTONIO – Thursday night I was at the AT&T Center where the San Antonio Spurs knocked off the shorthanded Chicago Bulls and then Matt Bonner hosted a Coolio concert. Early the next morning I was at the Westin Riverwalk to talk about sausage with Patty Mills. How’s that for an attention grabbing introduction, 8th […]


Project Spurs on the KSAT12 Race for Seis Webcast

In a recent episode of KSAT12’s Race for Seis Webcast show, Project Spurs’ Paul Garcia joined host RJ Marquez to discuss what the signing of Kevin Martin could do for the Spurs’ offense, the development and growth of Kawhi Leonard this season, and the two previewed Saturday’s headlining matchup between the Spurs and Oklahoma City […]


Project Spurs discusses the Spurs & NBA on the Go Spurs Go Memes Podcast

With the San Antonio Spurs preparing to face the Oklahoma City Thunder Saturday, Project Spurs’ own Paul Garcia and Tom Petrini joined the Go Spurs Go Memes Podcast to not only breakdown Saturday’s marquee game, but also all sorts of news regarding the Spurs and NBA as a whole. Joined by host Ray, Frank the […]

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20-20 Scoring Games from Leonard and Aldridge Increasing in Past 2 Months

AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs improved to 55-10 on the season Thursday with a 109-101 victory over the Chicago Bulls. In the victory, the Spurs’ two leading scorers, Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge combined for 55 points, as Leonard scored 29 points and Aldridge 26. When going through the data, Thursday marked the […]


Kevin Martin’s Versatility from 3-Point Range

When you look at his base statistics, Kevin Martin shot 36.9% from 3-point range in 39 games with the Minnesota Timberwolves this season. Now that Martin has signed with San Antonio Spurs and he has yet to play a game with his new team, Martin’s versatility and shot options from 3-point range indicate that he […]


Spurs Prospect Profile: Cady Lalanne

CEDAR PARK CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs have one of the best player development systems in professional sports, and it certainly doesn’t hurt that their D-League team is just an hour away. The proximity makes it easier for players to go back and forth to either quickly fill a vacancy on the San Antonio […]


The 30-assist mark this season for the Top-5 assisting teams

AT&T CENTER – Going into halftime Saturday against the visiting Sacramento Kings, the San Antonio Spurs had already compiled 20 assists on their 23 made baskets. At that point, San Antonio was on pace to do something only the Golden State Warriors have done this season – compile 40 assists in a single game. As […]


Ginobili to play vs. Kings; Duncan, Aldridge, Green all out

AT&T CENTER – It’s been more than a month since San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili played in an NBA game, when he sustained a testicular injury on February 3, that required surgery. Saturday, before the Spurs’ 62nd game of the season, hosting the Sacramento Kings, Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich announced Ginobili will return to […]


Spurs’ Suffocating Defensive Quarters in last 4 games

AT&T CENTER – In the game of basketball, there are some special plays or possessions that can take place in game, such as an alley-oop dunk, a step-back 3-pointer off a crossover, or even a crazy pass between someone’s legs. But for San Antonio Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich Wednesday, his qualification for special in […]

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Ginobili: ‘I’m ready to play.’

AT&T CENTER – San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili held his first press conference since sustaining a testicular injury back on February 3 against the New Orleans Pelicans, and in after surgery and going through the recovery process, Ginobili informed the media that he has been cleared by doctors, he can play, and he’s looking […]


Martin, Timberwolves reach buyout agreement; Spurs remain in mix

After the San Antonio Spurs recently added veteran point guard Andre Miller to the team and waived Ray McCallum, San Antonio’s final roster still may not be complete for the playoffs that are approaching after the final 23 games of the regular season. Late Tuesday evening, the Minnesota Timberwolves announced they have officially waived Kevin […]


The International Waiting Game

The art of the ‘Eurostash’ is built on patience, as the San Antonio Spurs know well. They have benefitted time and time again from drafting international players late and waiting for them to make the leap to the NBA. Sometimes they got lucky, like with Tony Parker. The Spurs took Parker with the 28th overall pick […]

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Report: Spurs to waive McCallum to make room for Andre Miller

Saturday, before the San Antonio Spurs’ victory over the Houston Rockets, reports surfaced that the Spurs and free agent Andre Miller had come to an agreement, to allow Miller to sign with the Spurs for the remainder of the season. With Miller reaching a verbal agreement with San Antonio, the Spurs are now faced with […]