Before joining Spurs, Diaw was close to playing in Boston

Even though Boris Diaw will be staying in San Antonio for another  three years, back in 2012, he almost wore Boston Celtics green instead of the silver and black. San Antonio and Boston were his primary choices after he was bought out by Charlotte. Diaw was on the verge, and in his words, was “wooed” […]


Jim Boylen on why the Spurs like Daye

As the San Antonio Spurs acquired Austin Daye at the trade deadline many including himself believe that he got a new lease on life.  Drafted back in 2009 by the Detroit Pistons, Daye has seen a lot of ups and downs with his stay, four years, in Detroit before making moves to the Memphis Grizzlies, […]


Could Mills’ injury provide spotlight for Cory Joseph?

With the recent news that San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills is set to undergo surgery on his shoulder, and that the length of recovery is seven months, the Spurs may need some help with backup point guard duties once the season starts. Mills, a free agent, is a fan favorite in San Antonio as well […]


Spurs’ Peter Holt takes a swipe at Phil Jackson

While there are many outspoken NBA owners, San Antonio Spurs owner Peter Holt usually prefers to let his team do the talking. But recently, Holt broke his usual silence when talking about Spurs’ longtime nemesis Phil Jackson after the team clinched their fifth championship in franchise history. The jab came when Holt was talking about the […]


Mavs’ Rick Carlisle wants to kick the Spurs’ butt

Dallas Mavericks Head Coach Rick Carlisle thoughts on the San Antonio Spurs have come pretty clear in a radio interview Thursday with KESN-FM 103.3 in Dallas. Carlise was asked if he would like to see Coach Gregg Popovich leave the  game and give him a fond farewell. Thinking he’d would want to see the Mavs’ in-state rival […]

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Leonard talks contract extension, next steps in NBA career

He is the third youngest player to be named the Most Valuable Player of the NBA Finals and just one of six players whom was not an All-Star during the same year. Being mentioned as the future of the San Antonio Spurs, Kawhi Leonard has already made a name for himself at the rightful age of […]


Anticipating what Miami will do differently in Game 2

For the first three quarters of game one of the NBA Finals, the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs were trading blows.  In a game where we saw a team turn that turned the ball over 23 times and still manage to get a win to runs ignited by both teams, this is a […]


Tony Parker says he was ‘screaming’ at Danny Green during timeouts

With Game 1 done, the stage for redemption is set for the San Antonio Spurs. And while the AT&T Center was not the only place that got hot (literally thanks to a busted air conditioner), Spurs’ Danny Green was struggling to find his shot to get hot from the outside during the first three quarters of […]


Tony Parker weighs in on Finals, ankle injury

Everyone’s heart stopped for a split second during Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals as word came out that San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker was not going to return to the game because of an ankle injury. The injury was one that Parker has been playing through since the Spurs’ first round matchup […]


Ginobili continues strong play in OKC series

There are times he can make you cringe, or even shout at the top of your lungs, “What are you doing Ginobili?”  But some have grown to know and become accustomed to Manu Ginobili’s style of play since day one with the Spurs.


Hakeem Olajuwon says Spurs are lucky Houston did not advance

The San Antonio Spurs are looking as if they are a team that could be raising another banner in the AT&T Center, marking their fifth title in team history. After a grueling seven-game series with the Dallas Mavericks, dismantling the Portland Trail Blazers in five games, and now delivering double-digit victories in their first two […]

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Green steps up in game five as Spurs advance

The San Antonio Spurs advanced to the Western Conference Finals, doing it without their floor-leader Tony Parker who did not return to the game after he was seen heading into the team locker room during the second quarter of game five after sustaining a left hamstring injury. For Danny Green, the first four games of […]


Duncan on Baynes: “He did everything he was asked to do”

He was used sparingly in the first round against the Dallas Mavericks logging just six minutes but on Tuesday night, Aron Baynes had his number called early and often as the second round of the playoffs kicked off for the San Antonio Spurs versus the Portland Trail Blazers. Baynes came off the bench in the […]


Spurs’ Splitter on Tony Parker: He’s really important to us

During Game 4, San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker went down hard with an ankle sprain as he was limited to 30 minutes.  Before Game 5, head coach Gregg Popovich indeed gave the news many Spurs fans were hoping for, Parker was going to play. In Game 4, Parker scored just 10 points on […]


Carlisle not content with series split as series moves to Dallas

Today we could be talking about other things besides the Dallas Mavericks tying up the series at one game a piece.  Let’s face it, the Spurs are lucky to be where they are at, given their play the first two games of the series. They are not playing the type of basketball that earned them […]


Making sense of Mavs’ decision not to start Harris

The start of the postseason is like Christmas Day.  You wait all year long for the day to come.  For all the fans across the world that cheer on the San Antonio Spurs, this was that day.  From the way their season ended a year ago, it was time for redemption.


Should Spurs shutdown Parker for remainder of regular season?

With the playoffs looming, teams are trying to do what they can to assure that injuries to their main players do not happen.  It is no surprise when fans hear the news that their team’s starters are sitting out of games due to ‘rest’. San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is not shy and does […]


Forecasting the Finish

The 2013-2014 regular season is nearing the end with just five games remaining.  For the San Antonio Spurs, those last five games are as important as any.  If it were not for the loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder we would still be talking about the winning streak and the history that this team is […]


Tim Duncan is the greatest… ever! Agree or disagree?

What is greatness?  The dictionary definition is “the quality of being great, distinguished, or eminent.”  There are many players across the four major sports in America that have done certain things in their careers that could make a case of being the greatest of all time. One player that does come to mind would be […]