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Video: The Curious Case of Tim Duncan

While his contemporaries such as Kobe Bryant, Kevin Garnett, Vince Carter and the retired Steve Nash all have succumbed to Father Time, San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan continues to play at a high level, despite 18 seasons in the NBA.

Duncan may well be in his 30’s but age hasn’t stopped him on the court and he even was named to the All-NBA Third Team this season. Indeed, TD just seems to get better with age. Perhaps he is the real life “Benjamin Button” of the NBA!

Check out this animation of “The Curious Case of Tim Duncan” including a creepy looking coach Gregg Popovich holding Duncan like a baby. (more…)

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Spurs offer Royce White a Summer League roster spot

The San Antonio Spurs have offered former Houston 2012 NBA first round draft pick, Royce White, a spot on their Summer League roster. White, who battled anxiety issues (in particular flying in planes), is a free agent and is one the comeback trail hoping to re-launch his NBA career. Now a free agent, he has offers […]

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On Danny Green and the NBA defensive team

San Antonio Spurs fans know that Danny Green was a large part of the defensive persistence that led the team to the third ranked (by points allowed) defense in the NBA this season.  His ability to cover both guards and small forwards gave the Spurs the versatility they needed propel them into the playoffs. The […]

PORTLAND, OR - MAY 12: Tony Parker #9 of the San Antonio Spurs glares over at the bench in the second half of Game Four of the Western Conference Semifinals against the Portland Trail Blazers during the 2014 NBA Playoffs at the Moda Center on May 12, 2014 in Portland, Oregon. The Blazers won the game 103-92. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images)

Tony Parker’s minutes to be heavily managed with Team France

Well here’s some reassuring news for the San Antonio Spurs and Tony Parker. As you may well know, Parker is set to play for Team France this summer at Eurobasket 2015 despite admitting he wasn’t 100 percent physically during the 2014-15 NBA season. However, Team France’s head coach Vincent Collett has taken into consideration TP’s […]

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Editorial: 2015 Christmas Jerseys Released

As the self appointed judge of all things uniforms I feel compelled to weigh in on the 2015 NBA Christmas Day Game uniforms. The NBA, and their design teams, hit a home run- so to speak. These uniforms are great. The scrolling font on the front of the jersey is hardens back to the classics. […]

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Ryan Richards drops 41 points, finds new team in Iran

It’s been a while since we checked in on the San Antonio Spurs foreign draft pick Ryan Richards. And from the looks of it, it seems he is doing alright. Back in March, Ryan put on a show against ALBA Berlin (you remember that team don’t you Spurs fans?) as he poured in 41 points […]

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Future of the Spurs Is Attending the 2015 NBA Combine

San Antonio is set to have one of the most fluid off-seasons in franchise history as an unprecedented number of 2014-2015 players will become free agents on July 1. The San Antonio Spurs, a franchise built around the stability of Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, and Tony Parker could find themselves without two of those pillars […]

On Bill Simmons Leaving ESPN

I know this is a San Antonio Spurs website but just bear with me for a while. The New York Times reported today that media giant ESPN will not be renewing its contract with Grantland overseer Bill Simmons. Simmons was disciplined by the Disney-owned company when he spoke out against NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in […]

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Let the Mocks Begin

In what is sure to be the first of several iterations, Bleacher Report issued its 2015 NBA Mock Draft on May 6. These early predictions are with no doubt meant to generate the ire or excitement from NBA fans hungry to learn the future of their chosen franchise. Ok, I’ll bite. Since the San Antonio […]

Video: Tim Duncan vs. Blake Griffin WWE style

What do you get when you combine the WWE with San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan and L.A. Clippers’ Blake Griffin?

This!

Check out Duncan’s head on WWE’s “The Under Taker” coming out of the coffin to take on Griffin with Doc Rivers looking on and seemingly nervous about the match. (more…)

at Pepsi Center on January 20, 2015 in Denver, Colorado. The Spurs defeated the Nuggets 109-99. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.

Editorial: A Season Unfulfilled

There are two core responses to an unfulfilled season: abandonment, or substitution. A team may abandon the model that pointed the season towards failure, or keep the model and substitute the participants. For the San Antonio Spurs the 2014-2015 NBA season is a study of un-fulfillment. There was no 21st division title, there was no […]

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Spurs’ Messina says he’s interested in NBA head coaching spot

San Antonio Spurs’ assistant coach, and rumored head coach in waiting, Ettore Messina wants to become an NBA head coach soon. Can we really blame him? Via Sportando.com: “I am seriously thinking about that but I’d ask first Pop and Buford for advice. At the same time I am very happy with the Spurs. I […]

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Parker, Diaw named to Team France’s preliminary squad

When French head coach Vincent Collet finalizes his roster for Team France in this year’s EuroBasket Tournament, he will be calling Boris Diaw and Tony Parker’s name. Collet, the French national coach, led the French to a bronze medal in the FIBA World Cup last year. Parker and Diaw aren’t the only NBA player pre-selected […]

Spurs Roundtable: What went wrong? (Video)

On this episode of the San Antonio Spurs Roundtable, the panel of Jeff Garcia, Chelsea Torres and Ryan McCallum take a look back at what went wrong for the Spurs in the postseason versus the Clippers.

Was it the culmination of the regular season heading into the postseason? Was it more about the x’s and o’s that were played? The panel breaks it all down.

Also on the show, the trio talk about the future of the team and the future of Manu Ginobili. (more…)

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