The San Antonio Spurs are the poster child for how a sports franchise should be run on and off the court.
On the court, many other clubs try to duplicate the Spurs’ team basketball concept, their unselfishness, their chemistry, and longevity. Not to mention try to win multiple titles.
However, the Spurs’ way transcends pro-sports and can be seen on the college basketball level.
Take the Wisconsin Badgers who play much like the Spurs and when their head coach, Bo Ryan, was asked about the comparisons, he was thankful for the comparison but says his team is not there yet. (more…)
The San Antonio Spurs and New York Knicks will meet tonight in San Antonio. This will be the first of two meeting between the two clubs this season. The Spurs will be looking to snap a 2-game losing streak in San Antonio to the Knicks. And as the Spurs look to send the Knicks back […]
The San Antonio Spurs (15-5) will look to get a win in Utah as they visit the Jazz tonight. The Spurs are coming off a 123-101 win over Minnesota. Marco Belinelli had 20 points and six assists to lead the Spurs to the win. San Antonio had seven players in double figures, including 18 points […]
The fine folks over at Best Tickets put together an extensive unofficial NBA survey and according to the numbers crunched, the San Antonio Spurs rank among many categories. According to Best Tickets, here is how the Spurs fared in the survey:
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich has been called brilliant, the best, a grump, a curmudgeon but ad another way to describe the coaching style of Pop courtesy of assistant coach Ettore Messina. A Greek philosopher. Messina, who is also a very decorated basketball coach, described how he views Pop’s coaching and managerial style […]
The San Antonio Spurs (14-5) will finally return to the AT&T Center as they’ll host the Minnesota Timberwolves (4-14). The Spurs are coming off a 107-101 win over the Southwest Division leading Grizzlies. Tim Duncan led the Spurs with 14 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists, for his fourth triple-double in his career. The Wolves are […]
Late last night, we here at Project Spurs posted a sneak peek at the upcoming Christmas edition of San Antonio Spurs’ Tony Parker’s PEAK signature line of sneakers. Well our good friends over at
The San Antonio Spurs (13-5) will face the Memphis Grizzlies (15-3) in a clash of Western Conference powers. The Spurs are coming off a 93-95 overtime loss to the Nets which saw their 8-game winning streak come to an end. Danny Green had his second career 20-10 game to lead the Spurs, while Tim Duncan […]
The five NBA title banners hanging in the AT&T Center. The Hall of Fame players who have worn the silver and black. Names such as Popovich, Duncan, Robinson, Gervin, Parker, Elliott, and Ginobili are revered and respected. Knowing all this may be enough to make any young player who has just joined the San Antonio […]
The 2015 All-Star Game Uniforms have been released. Adidas’ design is much more simplistic than in years past and hearkens back to the earlier years of basketball. The game is to be played in Brooklyn and the uniform design looks similar to that of the classic Willis Reed-era New York Knicks. The Eastern Conference uniform […]
Project Spurs’ friends over at San Antonio’s own 94 Feet of Greatness, have released a sneak peek at San Antonio Spurs’ Tony Parker’s PEAK TP9-II Christmas sneakers edition. As you will see, the laces reflect the holiday colors while the sneakers themselves are white with Parker’s signature logo bearing Christmas colors.
If the following video is any indication, San Antonio Spurs foreign prospect, forward Davis Bertans, is developing his offensive game quite rapidly.
Versus Olympiakos, Bertans put on an all-around offesnive game, showing off his impressive range, ability to get to the rim, knack to find the open man and much more. However, the video did not show his defensive chops which he’ll need if he wants any shot at making it on the Spurs.
Check out Davis’ 17-point performance and leave your comments on your thoughts on this players stashed overseas. (more…)
The San Antonio Spurs (13-4) will visit the Brooklyn Nets tonight in New York City. The Spurs are coming off a 109-103 win over the Sixers. Kawhi Leonard finished with 26 points to lead the Spurs to the win. This will be the last meeting between the two teams this season. The Spurs scored a […]
When the San Antonio Spurs visited the Boston Celtics recently, guard Cory Joseph took a nasty spill where he landed face first on the court which resulted in his front tooth being chipped. It got some laughs from his teammates but Cory wasn’t about to let the chipped tooth become a signature look a la […]
During the mid-90s, the San Antonio Spurs enjoyed relative success. David Robinson was coming into his own, the team had figured out that the Alamodome was a cavernous home-court advantage that frightened many opposing players, and the Spurs were enjoying a good deal of regular success. In 1994-95, the Bob Hill-led Spurs finished with an […]