Video: Coach Pop made Tony Parker cry

San Antonio Spurs' Gregg Popovich is a hard-nosed, no-nonsense kind of NBA coach. He tells it like it is and doesn't care if you are the star of the team or the last guy on the bench. Everyone gets equal treatment. Though I suspect this might be a shock to the system for a then […]


Spurs season preview: Looking at the Northwest Division

Project Spurs kicks off its San Antonio Spurs 2013-14 season preview with an article from Mike Rehome previewing the Northwest Division.   Northwest Division   Denver Nuggets 57-25 (2nd 2012-2013)   Subtractions:  Andre Iguodala, Corey Brewer, Kosta Koufas, Julyan Stone Additions:  J.J. Hickson, Darrell Arthur, Randy Foye, Nate Robinson   The Denver Nuggets will be […]


More than a decade later, Duncan’s decision still paying off

During the NBA Finals, Philip Rossman-Reich of Orlando Magic Daily will be contributing to Project Spurs during the San Antonio Spurs' chase for title number five. In Orlando, Grant Hill’s retirement this weekend served as a major reminder of what could have been. And that would have been the Miami Heat before the Miami Heat. […]

Tony Parker For Chris Paul?

Seems the Spurs took a shot at trading for New Orleans Hornets point guard Chris Paul and the offering player was Tony Parker! According to Hoopsworld, the Spurs offered the Hornets a deal which included Parker. The Hornets shot down the trade offer immediately. Parker’s contract ends in the summer of 2011 and if he […]

Debate: Robertson vs. Bowen

Defense. The Spurs are built on this since the arrival of Gregg Popovich and during the Tim Duncan era. Spurs fans have seen the Spurs lead the league in defensive statistics, seen the defensive prowess of David Robinson and the intimidating duo of Duncan and Robinson aka “The Twin Towers.” But when Spurs fans think defense, especially […]

Project Spurs Fan Guide Now For Sale

If you listen to the Spurscast or follow me on twitter, you’ll probably recall me talking about a Project Spurs magazine I wanted to launch. Not so much a monthly, but either yearly or twice yearly. After a long process of picking content, designing and going through several proofing and revision stages, the magazine is […]

Pop’s Officers

By Lance Fell Last Saturday’s 100-99 victory over the Indiana Pacers gave Gregg Popovich his 700th victory, all with the Spurs. Popovich is the 16th coach to reach the milestone. He also has the third highest winning percentage of all coaches with a minimum of 500 games. And while Pop will no doubt go down […]

Merry Christmas from Project Spurs

On behalf of everyone at Project Spurs, we wish you and your families a Merry Christmas. Thank you all for being loyal readers and listeners. While we can’t give you something for your man cave to unwrap, we do promise you more blogs and podcasts here on Project Spurs. And if that wasn’t enough, here’s […]

Spurs Fans React To Loss

Spurs fans were scratching their heads after last night’s loss to the depleted Portland Trail Blazers. How could this Spurs team suffer a defeat against a team without Greg Oden, Brandon Roy, Joel Pryzbilla, Nicholas Batum, Rudy Fernandez, and Travis Outlaw? Even Blazers’ coach, Nate McMillan, came into the game last night injured. There are […]

Spurs vs. Blazers Recap

After easily defeating the Los Angeles Clippers, the Spurs (15-10) hosted the Portland Trail Blazers (18-12). The Blazers came into the game a wounded team. Key players such as Greg Oden, Rudy Fernandez, Travis Outlaw, Nicholas Batum and Joel Pryzbilla were out due to injuries. Even Blazers’ Brandon Roy came into the game injured (shoulder) […]

Spurs Dunk Of The Decade

We’ve looked at Spurs “Team of the Decade,” “Players of the Decade,” “Underrated Players of the Decade,” and “All Decade Team.” Today Project Spurs continues its look back with the Spurs “Dunk of the Decade.” The dunk. Just worth two points but it can send a powerful message to the opposing team. It can tell […]

Spurscast Nominated As One Of The Best

It came to a shock to Mike and myself when we discovered the Basketball Fiend had nominated the Spurscast as one of the best podcasts on the internet. With other shows nominated like “The 2 Man Game” to “The Basketball Jones” show, it is an honor to be considered the best among the best. Thanks […]

The Road To 700

Gregg Popovich would have you believe winning 700 career wins isn’t even worthy of this article. He said as much after the Spurs narrowly beat the Indiana Pacers on Saturday night 100-99. “It doesn’t mean anything, other than that one has been in one place for a while and one has had good players, and […]

Spurs vs. Clippers Recap

After barely getting the win against the Danny Granger-less Indiana Pacers, the San Antonio Spurs (14-10) played host tonight to the Los Angeles Clippers (12-14). The Spurs beat the Clippers in their last meeting in Los Angeles but as the Clippers came into San Antonio, they did not have the odd in their favor. The […]


Talking With The Enemy – Part 3

Once again Spurs fans I ventured into enemy territory with Rey Moralde of The No Look Pass and do some reconnaissance on the Spurs’ rival, the Los Angeles Lakers. In this conversation Rey and I talk about the Spurs slow start, their loss against the Phoenix Suns and their turnover-happy ways. I then hit back at […]


Spotlight: Roger Mason

Roger Mason Jr. was acquired by the Spurs mainly because of his shooting touch and his accuracy from behind the arc. Though he had a good run with the Spurs last season, this year has been struggle for Mason. Last year he averaged 11.8 points per game as a starter. This season he is only […]

Spurs vs. Pacers Recap

After beating the Golden State Warriors, the Spurs (13-10) hosted the Indiana Pacers (9-15) in San Antonio. With the Spurs winning five of their last six games, they hope to continue this winning trend tonight. Note, if the Spurs win, Coach Pop will pick up win 700 for his career making him the 17th coach […]

Gameday Q&A: Jared Wade of Eight Points, Nine Seconds

With the Spurs facing the Indiana Pacers tonight in San Antonio, who better to go to than Jared Wade of Eight Points, Nine Seconds and Both Teams Played Hard to discuss the game. Some of you might recognize Jared. He is a friend of Project Spurs, been on our live shows, is a member of […]

The 8th Seed — Episode 7

It’s a new month so that only means a new episode of The 8th Seed.  Mike and myself represent Spurs nation and give our thoughts on the state of the Spurs.  In this episode we cover discuss the Tim Donaghy book, if Dirk Nowitzki recent clutch play is surprising, and break down other teams such […]