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The 2010-2011 San Antonio Spurs: What’s the difference?

When San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich asked the team for a fast start, I’m sure even he couldn’t imagine that they would be 12-1 after 13 games. Knowing him, he still is not satisfied with the team winning 11 in a row with two impressive wins on the road against the Utah Jazz and […]

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Key Spurs games to watch

Last year the San Antonio Spurs season ended in the Western Conference semi-finals with a four game sweep brought on by the Phoenix Suns. Since then, Spurs fans have been eager to get the 2010-2011 season underway. So whether you are heading out to the AT&T Center, your favorite sports bar or going to gather […]

On the Toros loss of Jones

Recently the Phoenix Suns signed former Austin Toros’ center Dwayne Jones for the second time. San Antonio Spurs and Toros fans must have cringed when the news broke Jones would be rejoining the Suns rather than returning to Austin. It goes without saying Jones deserves his shot in the NBA and congratulations goes out to […]

Key games to look for in the upcoming Toros’ season

The Austin Toros recently released their upcoming schedule and if you are a fan like myself, then here are a few key dates to look for in the upcoming season. Last year the Toros made it to the Western Conference Finals, before losing to the eventual champions Rio Grande Valley Vipers. Though they did not […]

The Spurs Family Tree Part 3: Grooming GMs

In part three of “The San Antonio Spurs Family Tree” series, let’s take a look at those who were once a Spur or worked for the team in the front-office and their success, or lack thereof, after leaving San Antonio. It’s no secret, the Spurs organization is a breeding ground for quality front-office personnel. Time after time, if there is […]

The Spurs Family Tree Part 2: The good, the bad and the ugly

In part two of the San Antonio Spurs Family Tree, let’s take a look at the good, the bad and the ugly of head coaches who were at one point Spurs “students,” and their success, or lack thereof, after leaving the San Antonio. Avery Johnson Better known in San Antonio as the “Little General,” he […]

The Spurs Family Tree: Part 1

If you look at some of the other teams in the NBA, their coaching staff or front-office might have a familiar face or two if you are a San Antonio Spurs fan. From ex-players to ex-coaches, the Spurs have produced several leaders who move on to get their own shot of success. Let’s take a look at a […]

Spurs look to bounce back after game two loss

The Spurs were hoping this time around Steve Nash wouldn’t come out on fire and torch them for 17 first quarter points. With the Suns leading the best of seven series one game to none, both teams took the court on Wednesday night looking for another tough playoff win. The Suns wore their “Los Suns” […]

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Spurs vs, Mavericks Game 4 Recap

On Tim Duncan’s 34th birthday, the Spurs needed a strong start to game 4 to inch closer to pushing Dallas to the brink of elimination, they did not get that start. Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili shot a combined 2-15 from the field in the first half and only produced 4 points, all from Ginobili, […]

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