The Significant Differences Between Tim Duncan and Kobe Bryant’s Contracts

There was a recent article on Bleacher Report that talked about the differences in Kobe Bryant and San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan’s contracts, given the location, salary cap for the organizations and overall profitability of their teams. Bryant states, “It’s a different market. San Antonio’s not doing $2 billion TV deals– or $5 billion– so […]

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They Had A Slow Start but Have the Spurs Turned It Around?

You could say the San Antonio Spurs had a small hump to overcome at the very beginning of this season. They won in the home opener and first game of the season, then lost to the young fast-paced Phoenix Suns, just three days later with a bad 94-89 loss. The game against the Suns was […]

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Fitzgerald on Cardinals: ‘We’re the Spurs of the NFL’

Wide Receiver Larry Fitzgerald from the Arizona Cardinals told the Arizona Republic that “we’re a blue collar, grind-it-out team right now…We’re the San Antonio Spurs. We’re not flashy. We’ll take all those ugly, nasty, sloppy wins.” Sure the Spurs bring ‘some nasty’, and every team has their fair share of sloppy games. But, could you […]


The Meaning to a Spurs Repeat

Did you know that ESPN just ranked the San Antonio Spurs number one on their power rankings for the 2014-15 season? That’s right. The Spurs from San Antonio, Texas, the ‘fundamentalist’ team; ranked as number one – amongst the Cleveland Cavaliers (of course), the Chicago Bulls, and the Los Angeles Clippers. The Spurs have already […]


Parker looking forward to a repeat

He’s 32 years old and according to Men’s Fitness Magazine, there’s no signs of him slowing down anytime soon. San Antonio Spurs’ Tony Parker has a sleek new watch coming out and quite frankly, he’s just living his life while enjoying the moments of having a newborn and being a newly wed. He is also […]

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Manu Ginobili and His Impact on South American Basketball

Throughout basketball’s history, there has been a plethora of men and women who have paved the way for future basketball players. Not only here in America, but around the world as well. The San Antonio Spurs’ very own Manu Ginobili is one of those men. The Argentine basketball player has become one of the most […]

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What Happens if Mills and Diaw leave?

The San Antonio Spurs are now in the afterglow after winning a fifth NBA Championship, but the great feeling could be short lived with some important decisions to make in the offseason. The main decision after the draft is what to do in free agency. The main topic on people’s minds is what happens with Patty […]


Are These Guys Something To Be Worried About?

The San Antonio Spurs have made it to the NBA Finals for the fifth time in franchise history. Their 2013-14 roster has to be one of the deepest in the league and so far they have had to battle against some tough contenders in the West. Now they must face off against the East’s 2-time […]

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Spurs vs. Thunder: Game 1 & 2 Impressions

So far the Western Conference Finals are looking like a total domination by the San Antonio Spurs. Oklahoma City are not playing as well as they are known to play. The Spurs are running the offense to its best and are hitting their shots. Not to mention the fact that every player is more focused […]


What Makes the Spurs Different From The Rest?

It has been talked about all season long and it will be mentioned one more time. The San Antonio Spurs have one of, if not the deepest team in the league. Spurs’ Tim Duncan and Tony Parker will always be two of the team leaders for stats, but during these playoffs a few other guys […]

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Role Players From Each Side Of The Court

Round 2 of playoffs for the San Antonio Spurs and Portland Trail Blazers will start Tuesday night at the AT&T Center in the Alamo City. This series looks like a tough one since the teams matchup evenly, however, the Spurs have a bigger advantage because of the depth from their bench. The Spurs use about […]

Spurs vs Mavs: Game 6 Adjustments

The San Antonio Spurs seemed to be rolling on all cylinders against the Dallas Mavericks Wednesday night to take a 3-2 series lead with a 109-103 win. It was a game that all San Antonio fans have been hoping to see since the series started on April 20th. Tiago Splitter scored a playoff career high […]

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Spurs vs. Mavs: Game 5 Adjustments

Game 5 is going to be a tough game for the Mavericks but more so for the San Antonio Spurs, being tied 2-2 to the 8th seed in the West postseason. The first games of the series were sloppy and ugly, to say the least. Game 3 was a vast improvement, offensively, compared to the previous two games. […]

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Chill Out There Spurs Fans

The first two games of the Spurs-Mavs series have come as a little shocker to the Alamo City fans. Many San Antonio Spurs fans thought their home team would sweep this series, however, many experts also thought this series would be Spurs in game 5…maybe 6. Here’s the thing, no one really expected the Spurs […]