Ginobili admits he has ‘little’ Achilles problem and other aliments

After playing in the NBA since 2002, having numerous deep postseason runs, and playing time with Team Argentina during the summer, it shouldn’t come to a huge surprise that San Antonio Spurs’ Manu Ginobili has a variety of nagging injuries heading into the 2014-15 NBA season. It was bad enough Manu was suffering from a […]

Preseason Observations: Spurs fall to Suns

Thursday evening, the San Antonio Spurs fell to the Phoenix Suns 121-90. To read a full recap of the game, check out D. Hyrum Vaughn’s article from after the game. Though the Spurs were without their head coach, Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Kawhi Leonard, Tiago Splitter and Patty Mills, they still had players like Tony […]


Spurscast 342: Western Conference Preview

The San Antonio Spurs begin their title defense on October 28th against their I-35 rival, the Dallas Mavericks. But are the Silver & Black still the best squad in the Western Conference? Will the West see a new top dog? Does Kevin Durant’s injury sink the Oklahoma City Thunder’s title chances? Will the entire Southwest division make the post-season dance? Will Melanie ever discover Todd’s true feelings for her!?!?

Benjamin Bornstein (@THE_BOOMSTEIN) joins hosts Aaron Preine (@DukeOfBexar) and Jose Grijalva (@JRG1023) to run through the teams and divisions of the incredibly tough Western Conference. If you haven’t done so already, check out our preview of the Eastern Conference as well (spoiler: The East is still awful).

Welcome to the one and only Spurscast The original San Antonio Spurs Podcast.


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Suns Too Hot For Spurs in Phoenix

The San Antonio Spurs (well, sort of) were blown out in their pre-season tilt with the Phoenix Suns by a final of 121-90.  It was the Spurs’ third consecutive shaky outing of the pre-season.  The Spurs were paced by Austin Daye, who had 17 points and six rebounds in 20 minutes of action.  Daye was […]

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Spurs’ Hammon elected to Colorado Sports Hall of Fame

(Photo by Rebecca George) Former San Antonio Stars guard Becky Hammon can add another honor to her resume. After being named the first full-time female assistant coach in NBA history with the San Antonio Spurs, she is going to be honored by her alma mater. Hammon has been elected to the Colorado Sports Hall of […]

Video: Davis Bertans with the huge alley-oop dunk

Need more highlights from San Antonio Spurs’ foreign prospect Davis Bertans?

We got you covered!

We recently posted video of Bertans’ much improved game and now we give you more highlights of him in action for Laboral Kuxta versus Neptunas Klaipeda, where he put on another show finishing with 20 points, 4-7 from 3-point line, and 4 rebounds in 27 minutes of play.

And he also had one sweet alley-oop dunk!

Check out Bertans throwing it down with authority at the 19 second mark of video below, as well as him showing off that sweet shooting touch and much more. (more…)

Houston Rockets v Portland Trailblazers Ð Game Six

Continuity can come with a price as told by Terry Stotts

The Portland Trailblazers are a team returning a lot of guys to their roster. They bring back the majority of their roster, if not all of it, and added key pieces like Chris Kaman and Steve Blake, who will be coming to Portland for the fourth time in his career.  This is the kind of […]

Matt Bonner, Cory Joseph, Danny Green, Aron Baynes

This Team Has Been Together How Long?

In the NBA, continuity and chemistry are always key for a team to have real success. If you look at the San Antonio Spurs,

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Austin Toros renamed Austin Spurs

Wednesday afternoon Spurs Sports and Entertainment announced the company has changed its D-League affiliate Austin Toros’ name, to the Austin Spurs. In the press release, the SS&E states the name change will share the parent name of the San Antonio Spurs, the NBA team. SWBC will also be one of the first major sponsors for the […]

Video: Boris Diaw’s passing clinic

San Antonio Spurs big man, Boris Diaw, is widely known as a supremely versatile NBA player. Capable of solid defense, with elite court vision, and a smooth offensive skill set, he fits the Spurs like a glove.

Many consider Diaws’ passing skills as perhaps his greatest talent, and the following video most assuredly validates those opinions.

It’s chock full of amazing examples of the mans passing prowess, as well as his uncanny court vision and awareness. (more…)

Patty Mills, Jeff Ayres

The Impact of No Mills

Shortly after the completion of the NBA Finals, Spurs fans were stunned to learn that back-up point guard Patty Mills had played nearly the entire postseason with a torn rotator cuff. It’s the type of injury that has been known to alter forever professional baseball pitchers’ careers, but not one you hear about too frequently […]

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.

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Preseason: Experience opportunities for young Spurs players vs. Suns

The San Antonio Spurs’ 2014-15 preseason will continue Thursday evening in Phoenix, as the squad will be hosted by the Suns (2-1). If you are hoping to get another look at Kyle Anderson in major minutes, Thursday might be your chance, since starting small forward Kawhi Leonard, Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Tiago Splitter, and Patty […]