AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs and Chicago Bulls are at the half and the Spurs hold a 51-39 lead.
Leading the way is Tony Parker with 10 points and Patty Mills chipping in with eight points off the bench.
To recap the first half action, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia, Aaron Preine and Paul Garcia break down what went right and what went wrong for San Antonio as well as the keys to the second half for the Spurs.
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (38-23) will host the Chicago Bulls (39-24) in an afternoon matinee in San Antonio. The Spurs are on a 4-game winning streak and will look to make is five in a row.
Before tipoff, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Aaron Preine break down the game. What are the keys to a Spurs win? Has the team turned the corner? What about Tony Parker?
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs started off their six-game home stand with a 112-54 throttling of the Sacramento Kings in their first home game since the Rodeo Road Trip. With the win, the Spurs move their record to 37-23.
The Spurs were led by Kawhi Leonard’s 21 points while Tony Parker chipped in with 19 points. The Spurs’ bench also made a huge impact with 50 points led by Manu Ginobili and Macro Belinelli’s 13 points a piece.
To recap the game, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia breakdown the win for San Antonio live from the AT&T Center. (more…)
AT&T CENTER — It is the end of the first half between the San Antonio Spurs and Sacramento Kings with the score 54-38, Spurs with the lead. The Spurs were led by Kawhi Leonard’s 19 points and Manu Ginobili’s six points off the bench.
The Kings were led by Rudy Gay’s eight points while DeMarcus Cousins chipped in seven points but was hampered with three personal fouls in the first half.
To recap the first-half between the Spurs and Kings, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia bring to you this live podcast from the AT&T Center.
In the Tim Duncan era, the San Antonio Spurs have only had six losing streak of four games or more. Two of those losing streaks have occurred this season. Despite carrying a supposedly healthy roster, the Spurs have failed to get their season out of the mud. This season’s Rodeo Road Trip will be the first ever to finish with a losing record. Sitting at 34-23, the Spurs are more likely to fall out of the playoff race than they are to snatch a higher seeding. With two-thirds of the season now in the books, is it time to smash the panic button on the Spurs?
The long Rodeo Road Trip continues tonight for the San Antonio Spurs with a stop in Los Angeles to take on the Blake Griffin-less Clippers. The Spurs went 2-1 on the short Eastern Conference leg of the trip, entering the NBA’s ceremonious halftime with a strong performance over the Detroit Pistons. Even with the NBA finally be back in action tonight, most of the basketball-world will still be processing the rumors and news leading up to today’s trade deadline at 3:00 PM (EST).
The 13th Annual Road Trip kicks-off this Sunday with the opening game taking place in the maple syrup Valhalla more commonly known as Toronto. The San Antonio Spurs boast an impressive record since the installation of the Rodeo Road Trip, amassing 71 wins out of the 100 games played to date. With the championship hangover still lingering, do the Spurs need their home court sabbatical more than ever?
AT&T CENTER – The Los Angeles Clippers blasted the San Antonio Spurs tonight in San Antonio, beating them 105-85. From tip-off to the closing seconds, the Spurs looked out-matched and uninspired as the Clippers ran away with this game.
With the loss, the Spurs drop to 30-18 for the season and will next host the Magic this Wednesday at the AT&T Center.
To recap tonight’s Spurs loss, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia breakdown what went wrong and what possibly went right for San Antonio in a disappointing performance as well as bring you audio from the Clippers’ locker room after their win in San Antonio. (more…)
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Clippers are at the half and the score is 56-42, Clippers with the lead.
The Spurs coughed up the ball 10 times leading to 15 Clippers points. Add the fact the Spurs’ bench only mustered 10 points, while the Clippers’ bench scored 19 points, and the Clippers out-rebounding the Spurs 25-17, this led to San Antonio looking at a 14 point deficit at the half.
To break down the first half, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia report live from the AT&T Center.
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (30-17) will host the Los Angeles Clippers (32-15) tonight at the AT&T Center as the Spurs will look to make it 3-0 on the season versus L.A.
Prior to the game, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia preview tonight’s Western Conference clash. What will be the key matchup? How is it that the Spurs have the edge against the Clippers?
The race for Western Conference Playoff seeding is heating up. The San Antonio Spurs have won eight of their last ten games and are now only four games back from the second-seeded Memphis Grizzlies. While the Spurs are finally starting to gain a little traction this season, other title contenders are beginning to slip. Have the last few weeks changed the outlook of the Spurs’ post-season?
Much to the delight of fans and his teammates, Kawhi Leonard’s status has been elevated to “probable” for tonight’s game versus the visiting Portland Trailblazers. Leonard’s absence has been sorely felt over the past month, which leads to the question: Is Kawhi the Spurs best player?
Elissa Walker Campbell of Yahoo! Sports’ “The Big E Sports Show” invited Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia to talk the state of the San Antonio Spurs as the half way point of the NBA season nears.
After the brutal December which saw the Spurs face the best-of-the-best in the West and end with one of the worst records in December in Tim Duncan’s career, how are the Spurs looking now?
Also, the two talk about the injury bug hitting the Spurs, the play of Cory Joseph and much more. Take a listen and follow Elissa on Twitter.
According to Yahoo Sports, Kawhi Leonard should return to the Spurs lineup sometime over the next few weeks. Kawhi has been nursing a torn ligament in his shooting hand, originally labelled as a bruised hand, over the past month. San Antonio has been chaotic during Leonard’s absence and will need their 2014 NBA Finals MVP to help regain lost ground in the Western Conference standings.
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (21-15) lost to the Detroit Pistons (11-23) 104-105 tonight at home off a last second layup by Brandon Jennings.
Jennings (13 points) was able to make the go-ahead bucket off a botched in-bound play which saw the Spurs turn the ball over and free Jennings for the game-winning bucket.
The Spurs coughed up an 18-point lead to the Pistons despite the fact the Spurs scored a season-high first quarter points (37) and saw the return of Tony Parker who scored three points in just 12 minutes of play.
“This is not the first time in the history of the NBA that anyone has given up a lead,” said Popovich. “It happens frequently in the league because there is a 24 second clock, people make shots and miss shots, and people turn it over. It is not remarkable at all.”
The Spurs were up three points in the waning moments of the game with the Spurs when coach Gregg Popovich called for a foul on the Pistons. When questioned about the call, Pop simply said, “Because I wanted to.” (more…)