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Series Preview: Spurs Season In Review

Expectations. Never before had the expectations for the San Antonio Spurs been so high. The feeling around the Alamo city was championship or bust, and rightfully so. The Spurs had one of their best offseason in recent memory, and it seemed like nothing, except the Los Angeles Lakers, could derail the Silver and Black train […]

Blair smash rookie wall

It seems the long NBA season has taken its toll on the young rookie-forward in San Antonio, DeJuan Blair. If you look at the month of March, for example, his averages have dropped from 7.6 points and 6.2 rebounds per contest to 5.3 points and 6.1 rebounds in 18 minutes a game. The rookie is […]

Popovich: The Puzzle Master

Puzzles come in a variety of shapes and sizes. There’s the standard jigsaw puzzle, which can have anywhere from five to 1000 pieces. Word Puzzles, like crosswords or anagrams, test ones knowledge of vocabulary and challenges you to discover new properties of your language. Then there’s the number one selling puzzle of all time, the […]

A Dynasty in San Antonio: Part II

Earlier today, Jordan Rivas, presented his reasons why the Spurs title run in 1999, 2003, 2005, and 2007 does not place the franchise among the great NBA dynasties.  Next is Lance Fell who will give his reasons why the Spurs should be considered a dynasty after winning the title four times since 1999. Throughout time, there […]

How will the Duncan era end?

All-NBA selections. Check. NBA All-Star. Check. NBA’s Most Valuable Player. Check. Champion. Check. Tim Duncan has accomplished everything there is to accomplish in his illustrious 12 year career. At the time of this article, including playoffs, he’s played 40,755 minutes, scored 23,708 points and collected 12,975 rebounds, all in a Silver and Black jersey. Obviously these numbers […]

What we’ve been missing

When the Spurs took on the Philadelphia 76ers, I figured I’d have some friends over to catch the game. The Silver and Black were up by three heading into the fourth with the score 76-73. Then, at the 8:32 mark, Lou Williams threw down a dunk, tying the game at 82 a piece, and shifting […]

Spotlight: DeJuan Blair

The second round has been good to the San Antonio Spurs. In 1999 the Spurs drafted an unknown Argentinian with the 57th pick in the second round. You could say the rest is history. It seems that a decade later the Spurs have done it again. Taken with the 37th pick of the 2009 draft, […]

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Project Spurs At The 2010 NBA All-Star Game

Our very own staff writer, Lance Fell, had the opportunity to attend the 2010 NBA All-Star game in Dallas. Here is his recap of the sights and sounds of the game, his quest for a Tim Duncan jersey, exclusive photos from Dallas and fan interviews. Enjoy! Being the die-hard Spurs fan that I am, Dallas […]

A City and Team Without Manu

Recently, there have been trade rumors circling the Spurs, and often times, the player the Spurs rumored would have to part with is Manu Ginobili. It seems for the Spurs to get any value from a trade, they would have to part ways with Ginobili. His contract expires at the end of this season, and plenty of teams […]

A Midseason Look At The Western Conference

With the end of January fast approaching and the NBA All-Star Game on the horizon, what better time to assess the Western Conference. Let’s look at the teams and players that make up this highly competitive conference and see if the Spurs should be concerned about these teams heading into the second half of the […]

Plantar Fasciitis Strikes Again

In 1348, the Bubonic Plague, or the Black Death as some call it, hit the shores of Italy and quickly spread throughout Europe, killing off anywhere between 25 percent and 50 percent of Europe’s total population. It seems in 2010, the Black Death has hit the Spurs for the second time. Thankfully, it’s not the […]

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