With the San Antonio Spurs winning their fifth championship, Project Spurs and Fathead are giving away Spurs wall decals/graphics to three lucky readers. Winners will have their choice of wall graphics. Some of the selections include four foot by six foot murals of Manu Ginobil’s dunk over Chris Bosh, Kawhi Leonard’s putback slam, the Spurs team […]
A group of current Spurs players, previously drafted players and even a few unknowns will be heading to Las Vegas to begin Summer League play with the Spurs beginning on Friday. The Spurs announced the full roster of 15 players headed to Las Vegas, including Jeff Ayres and Austin Daye, who were on the Spurs’ […]
According to Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, former Atlanta Hawks forward Ivan Johnson
Our own Paul Garcia was interviewed this morning on the Spurs offseason by Chris Duel, stepping in for Mike Taylor this week on Ticket 760.
Paul and Chris talked about Bryce Cotton joining the Spurs for Summer League and the impending free agency period.
Paul said he expects Diaw to be back with the team, and unless Patty Mills is wooed by a team with starting minutes and a starting player’s salary, he thinks there’s a good chance Mills will rejoin the silver and black.
Listen to the full interview below for more on the Spurs’ offseason and about how one Spurs player could be on his way out today.
With the NBA Draft just hours away, here are some of the latest stories and rumors from around the web concerning the Spurs’ upcoming draft selections. For a more in-depth look at the draft, make sure to read Andrew Ball’s NBA Draft Preview and make sure to check back throughout draft night for coverage from Paul […]
• San Antonio’s Buford excels without fanfare | Boston Globe The Boston Globe’s Gary Washburn writes that San Antonio Spurs GM R.C. Buford, is preparing for life after Tim Duncan and coach Gregg Popovich. With Duncan’s decision to exercise his player option, Buford still has time to think. “The Spurs Way has been different over […]
As we posted yesterday, Project Spurs is giving away a pair of Spurs sunglasses from My Custom Specks for every game of the NBA Finals. We have three winners for the first three games of the finals. Our winners are Oscar Benavidez, Donovan Keiser and Joe Schlmoe. Email me (michael at project spurs dot com) so […]
If you’ve been around the AT&T Center for the playoffs, you may have noticed some custom Spurs sunglasses worn by several fans. Project Spurs is partnering up with My Custom Specks to give away a pair of custom Spurs sunglasses for each NBA Finals game to a Project Spurs reader. Since Game 3 is tonight, […]
AT&T CENTER – With 2:26 remaining in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, Tony Parker knocked down a three-pointer after drawing a mismatch, and regaining the lead 93-92. While the momentum seemed to be swinging in the San Antonio Spurs’ favor, they would not score again until there was less than a second left on […]
Project Spurs’ own Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia preview Game 2 of the NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat just an hour before the game.
The guy talk about the air conditioning issues, Kawhi Leonard’s play in Game 1 and what to look for in Game 2.
AT&T CENTER – After LeBron James hit a jumper to stop a 17-4 Spurs run and bring the team within one point, he exited the game with cramps. The Spurs then went on a 16-2 rally to close the game and exit a stifling Game 1 with a 110-95 win. The Spurs hit four three-pointers […]
Our staff and a few local media members make one last set of predictions for the 2013-14 season. Who will win the NBA Finals? In how many games? Look for their predictions for the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat rematch in the NBA Finals, starting tonight. Michael De Leon While the 2013 NBA Finals […]
Thanks to Project Spurs reader Blake Ennis for working with us to produce this awesome Project Spurs NBA Finals promo.
If you weren’t excited for tonight, you will be after this.
It’s a sad truth, but unless miracle drugs become invented or he unearths the fountain of youth, San Antonio Spurs hall-of-fame power forward Tim Duncan’s NBA days are numbered. Although some would say Duncan found the fountain of youth several years ago, no one evades time for long. With the Spurs set to start the […]
The NBA has announced that San Antonio Spurs center Tiago Splitter is being fined $5,000 for violating the league’s anti-flopping rules during Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals. According to the release, the violation occurred during the second quarter of last night’s game at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, and the league has also provided video […]