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NBA Draft: Spurs select Livio Jean-Charles

The first pick is in and the San Antonio Spurs have drafted Livio Jean-Charles.  As we told you a few days ago, Jean-Charles plays for Asvel, the French team Tony Parker owns a part of.  He's a 6'9" combo forward who is hyper athletic and hustles non-stop. Jean-Charles was taken over proven college guys like […]

NBA Draft: Erick Green has second work out with Spurs

Despite the NBA Draft being just hours away, rumors surrounding the San Antonio Spurs have been quiet.  There was one bit of news earlier today and that was that Virginia Tech's Erick Green continues to peak the Spurs' interest.  According to Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski, Green has now made two trips to San Antonio for […]

Draft Night: To trade or not to trade

The NBA Draft is upon us.  There's already been a lot of rumors about trades, pick promises, etc.  The San Antonio Spurs have been linked to one prospect, Erick Green, and a top five pick from last year, Thomas Robinson.  Since it's the Spurs, you'll hear them linked to a fraction of players and trades […]

NBA Draft: Oregon forward Arsalan Kazemi works out with Spurs

Another day, another report of workouts from the San Antonio Spurs.  However, this time I'm pretty sure we can trust the source.  Oregon forward Arsalan Kazemi tweeted that he worked out for the Western Conference Champions over the weekend. Had a great workout with San Antonio Spurs, thanks for having me.

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Ryan Richards reportedly headed for Spurs Summer League team

Guess who's baaaack! San Antonio Spurs 2010 draftee Ryan Richards is apparently coming stateside next month to be a part of the San Antonio Spurs' Summer League squad.  Hoopfix.com first reported that Richards is currently in England working out with trainer James Dugdale and added that he would be in Las Vegas playing in Summer […]

NBA Draft: Arizona forward Grant Jerrett works out for Spurs

Remember two years ago when Cory Joseph declared for the NBA Draft after one year at Texas?  Everyone was really confused why he would do that so early.  Surely he wasn't going to be a first round pick.  Joseph's decision paid off when the San Antonio Spurs selected Joseph with the second to last pick […]

Report: Spurs talking Thomas Robinson trade with Rockets (Update)

The San Antonio Spurs search for some help on the front line may come in the form of a trade, not a late round draft pick.  Jonathan Feigan of the Houston Chronicle reports the Spurs are one of three teams in talks with the Houston Rockets about acquiring Thomas Robinson. Feigan writes that the Rockets […]

NBA Draft: French prospect Livio Jean-Charles on Spurs’ radar

With the NBA Finals over (as well as the San Antonio Spurs' season), it's hard to remember the NBA Draft is just a few days away.  While the San Antonio Spurs are now preparing for next season, there have obviously been other things keeping Gregg Popovich, and to a lesser extent, R.C. Buford's attention. Aside […]

Duncan’s leadership and brilliance shines through, even in defeat

"Missing a layup to tie the game. Unable to stop Dwyane and LeBron. For me, Game 7's gonna always haunt me." -Tim Duncan Tim Duncan is putting the San Antonio Spurs Game 7 loss on his shoulders.  Tim Duncan is the only person putting  the Game 7 loss on his shoulders.  The greatest player who […]

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NBA Finals: Game 6 a body blow, not a backbreaker for Spurs

"Ahh, I was wondering what would break first, your spirit or your body." Bane, The Dark Knight Rises. Sorry, The Dark Knight Rises as been on HBO a lot the last couple of days, so that quote has been on my mind.  The San Antonio Spurs may be broken.  Their spirit may be broken from […]

Adam Hanga close to deal with Baskonia

San Antonio Spurs 2011 draftee Adam Hanga's future in Europe has been up in the air since his season ended.  His contract with Assigna Manressa is up and Hanga won't be re-signing with the team.  It looks like Hanga has found a new team and the name of that team is one Spurs fans are […]

NBA Finals: This is a weird series

It started off as we thought it might.  Tim Duncan and Tony Parker are key in a San Antonio Spurs win while LeBron James had a triple double in a Game 1 that could've gone either way.  Then things got weird.  First the Spurs got crushed by the Miami Heat, which isn't too weird, but […]

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NBA Finals: Tim Duncan starts slow, finishes big in Game 1 win

Earlier in his career, when head coach Gregg Popovich opted to bring Manu Ginobili off the bench in favor of less talented players like Brent Barry and Michael Finley the saying went "It doesn't matter who starts the game, but who finishes it."  In honor of Tim Duncan's Game 1 of the the 2013 Finals […]

NBA Finals: Chris Bosh the biggest non-LeBron concern

Aside from probably three-point shooting, any time we say "so and so is the biggest concern for the San Antonio Spurs" over the next couple of weeks, that "so and so" is going to be LeBron James.  He is the Heat's best scorer, passer, rebounder, defender and even all-around shooter.  Containing him is likely not […]

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