Austin Spurs Update: Cotton’s consecutive 30-point games

As Benjamin Bornstein reported recently, Austin Spurs forward JaMychal Green was named the Player of the Month for December in the D-League, but San Antonio’s D-League affiliate has been quite busy lately, so here’s the latest reported by our own network site, formerly Toros Nation. • Cotton’s 30-point streak While people are taking notice of what […]


Hanga back on track, becomes All-Star in Italy

San Antonio Spurs’ draftee (#59, 2011), Ádám Hanga is on the rise recently after spending a fairly disappointing season in Spain. The 25-year-old Hungarian G/F is on loan with Sidigas Avellino in the Italian 1st League, which is considered to be among the Top 4 domestic leagues of European Basketball. However Hanga’s current team does […]


Former Spur Van Exel still retains coaching lessons from Popovich

CEDAR PARK – The NBA’s D-League has served as a development stop for many players on the road to making it into the NBA. San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green is one such player, and there are examples all over the league. But the D-League isn’t just serving players looking for bigger opportunities. It also […]

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Experience leading Canada key to Joseph’s improvement

When news broke over the offseason of Patty Mills’ injury, the Spurs didn’t do as most expected and go out and sign a veteran point guard to serve as Tony Parker’s primary backup. The San Antonio Spurs already had the services of a backup in Cory Joseph, and at one time, Joseph was the front […]

Former Providence guard Bryce Cotton. (Photos by Frank De Leon).

Streaking Spurs: Cotton, Green, Davis lead Austin to 8 straight

The D-League is rarely the picture of consistency as teams undergo major roster changes year after year. This year the Austin Toros became the Austin Spurs, and along the way, the team added several new players just as several players left the 512 area code. The AustinSpurs brought back very few players from last year’s […]

Spurs’ Popovich on Cavs’ James returning to Cleveland

“You guys always have something to say. If LeBron went right, you say he should have went left. If he shot, he should have passed it and if he passed it, he should have shot it. I always thought that was all baloney. He knows a whole lot more about what he’s doing and what he’s been doing than all of y’all. I’m just happy for him – whether he went to Timbuktu, he should do what’s best for him and his family. Everyone else can go swim in a lake, so to speak. You all do what you want to do and LeBron should be able to do what he wants to do.”

Spurs Injury Update

Kawhi Leonard (right eye infection), Patty Mills (torn right rotator cuff) and Tiago Splitter (strained right soleus) will not play in Thursday night’s game in Phoenix.

Additionally, Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and head coach Gregg Popovich will not travel with the team.


Damian Lillard hopes to use Spurs as motivation this season

The basketball magazine “Slam” has Portland Trailblazers point guard Damian Lillard ranked as the 17th best player in the NBA heading into this upcoming season.  During the season last year, including in the playoffs, his speed and shooting ability gave everyone in the league (ahem, Houston Rockets) fits. He was expected by many of the […]

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Mills nominated for Australian Hall of Fame award

This past year for San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills has been quite a whirlwind. From battling it out for the backup point guard spot to playing injured in the NBA playoffs, winning a championship and then undergoing surgery that will keep him sidelined for part of the season. Apparently he’s close to achieving another […]


Spurs announce training camp roster

Today was media day for the San Antonio Spurs, which signals the start of training camp. Usually, media day brings its own set of surprises. Just a few years ago, we showed up at the Spurs practice facility to see Eddy Curry taking a photo in a jersey. Most additions to the training camp roster […]

Video: Spurs’ new court design

The chances of a video game breaking any kind of news are usually slim to none in the NBA. however, several keen eyes noticed a difference in the San Antonio Spurs court design when demo videos of NBA 2K15 rolled out.

Gone was the Spurs’ primary logo at center court upon which the Coyote led the S-P-U-R-S chants, in favor of a much larger version of the secondary logo. took fans behind the scenes as Director of Facility Services Ron Snead talked about the different stages of preparation for the new court, including sanding the court down to bare wood for three days. (more…)

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San Antonio Spurs 2014-15 Fantasy Basketball Outlook

By Ron Leyba, The San Antonio Spurs are reigning champions going into next season. They are coming off a Game 5 victory over the Miami Heat, defeating the two-time defending champions in the 2013 NBA Finals rematch. It was a great win for the team that will further cement their legacy into the books. […]

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FIBA World Cup: Diaw, France upset Spain to move on to semifinals

As soon as the Spain vs. France quarterfinal matchup was made, most though host country Spain had their tickets punched to a FIBA World Cup final with the United States, especially since they had just beaten France in the group phase of the competition by 24 points. In the middle of the third quarter, it […]

FIBA World Cup: Baynes, Australia outlast Mexico

With Mexico’s Gustavo Ayon rumored to have some interest from the Spurs, and question marks surrounding whether or not restricted free agent Aron Baynes would be back, the table was set for this morning’s Group D matchup between Australia and Mexico. It was a close battle through most of the first half, but Australia began […]