Now I’ve seen it all. San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan has done it all in the NBA. Five NBA titles, NBA MVP honors, countless All-Star game appearances, and considered one of the best ever to grace the NBA hardwood. His play is out-of-this-world, and at least one Facebook page thinks Duncan has done all of […]
After playing in the NBA since 2002, having numerous deep postseason runs, and playing time with Team Argentina during the summer, it shouldn’t come to a huge surprise that San Antonio Spurs’ Manu Ginobili has a variety of nagging injuries heading into the 2014-15 NBA season. It was bad enough Manu was suffering from a […]
The San Antonio Spurs fell to the Phoenix Suns in preseason action 90-121 in a game where the Spurs sat out Tim Duncan, Kawhi Leonard, Manu Ginobili, Tiago Splitter, Patty Mills and even coach Gregg Popovich due to injuries and much-needed rest, after grueling preseason trips overseas in Germany and Turkey. Add to the fact […]
Need more highlights from San Antonio Spurs’ foreign prospect Davis Bertans?
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We recently posted video of Bertans’ much improved game and now we give you more highlights of him in action for Laboral Kuxta versus Neptunas Klaipeda, where he put on another show finishing with 20 points, 4-7 from 3-point line, and 4 rebounds in 27 minutes of play.
And he also had one sweet alley-oop dunk!
Check out Bertans throwing it down with authority at the 19 second mark of video below, as well as him showing off that sweet shooting touch and much more. (more…)
In the NBA, continuity and chemistry are always key for a team to have real success. If you look at the San Antonio Spurs,
San Antonio Spurs big man, Boris Diaw, is widely known as a supremely versatile NBA player. Capable of solid defense, with elite court vision, and a smooth offensive skill set, he fits the Spurs like a glove.
Many consider Diaws’ passing skills as perhaps his greatest talent, and the following video most assuredly validates those opinions.
It’s chock full of amazing examples of the mans passing prowess, as well as his uncanny court vision and awareness. (more…)
The Western Conference is full of trips, slips, bumps, knockout blows, and any other kind of physical, mental, or emotional travail one can imagine. Insert practically any sports cliché and it applies to the Western Conference of the NBA. But Texas has historically been a tough place to come to claim a victory for NBA […]
San Antonio Spurs foreign prospect, forward Davis Bertans, is looking good on the court for Spanish team Laboral Kutxa. In a recent game versus F.C. Barcelona, he showed why the Spurs might have another gem stashed overseas.
From dazzling pinpoint passing, aggressive moves to the rim, moving without the ball to a sweet outside shooting touch, Bertans has developed considerably and it seems he might be ready to head over the NBA sooner than later. (more…)
We remember it well. “And with the 30th pick in the 2014 NBA Draft, the San Antonio Spurs select Kyle Anderson, shooting guard, UCLA.” The talking heads immediately went berserk. Somehow the San Antonio Spurs managed to once again make the steal of the draft. How did Anderson fall all the way to 30th? And […]
After bringing back the entire roster from last season, the San Antonio Spurs are hoping to duplicate last season’s success and defend their 2014 NBA title. So far in the preseason, coach Gregg Popovich has been playing the starters heavy minutes in order to have them raring to go once the regular season tips off […]
The San Antonio Spurs have waived guard John Holland. (via press release) The San Antonio Spurs today announced that they have waived guard John Holland. Holland, who was signed by San Antonio on Sept. 25, did not appear in either of the Spurs first two preseason games. San Antonio’s roster now stands at 18.
On this episode of the San Antonio Spurs Roundtable powered by Project Spurs, Jeff Garcia and Aaron Preine take a look at the first two preseason games for the Spurs and give their impressions.
From the first look at rookie Kyle Anderson to the turnover issues, the duo break it all down.
During the postgame media season after the San Antonio Spurs defeated Fenerbahçe Ülker in preseason action, a reported asked Gregg Popovich why “Kobe Leonard” didn’t play.
Basically, the reporter mistakenly merged Kobe Bryant and Kawhi Leonard’s name which made coach Pop exclaim how he would quickly take that player fast. (more…)
The San Antonio Spurs didn’t allow Monday’s loss to Alba Berlin to keep them down for too long as they rebounded to defeat Turkish League Champion Fenerbahçe Ülker by a final of 96-90 in Istanbul in front of a capacity crowd of just over 12,000. The Spurs received a warm reception from the Turkish crowd […]