Spurs Roundtable: LeBron James, Spurs offseason and more (Video)

On this brand new episode of the San Antonio Spurs Roundtable powered by Project Spurs, the panel of Jeff Garcia, Aaron Preine and Madalyn Skye talk about the big news of the NBA offseason and that is LeBron James going back to the Cavs.

What does this move mean for LeBron? Are the Cavs now the kings of the East? Should Cleveland swap Andrew Wiggins for Kevin Love?

Also on the show, the panel talks about the Spurs offseason moves including bringing back the same team from last season, and go in-depth on the addition of Ettore Messina to the coaching ranks.

All this and much more on this episode of the Spurs Roundtable. (more…)


How the Chandlers Improve the Mavericks

The Dallas Mavericks have made quite the splash this summer. After nearly knocking off the San Antonio Spurs in the opening round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs, the Mavericks re-tooled their roster by adding Chandler Parsons, Raymond Felton, Richard Jefferson, Rashard Lewis, and bringing back center Tyson Chandler. Now the question is, are the Mavericks […]

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Spurs officially re-sign Bonner

The San Antonio Spurs announced Monday the team has officially re-signed forward Matt Bonner. Per club policy, terms of Bonner’s deal were not made public. Though he wasn’t a main part of the Spurs’ regular season rotation last season, Bonner’s specialist ability to shoot 3-pointers from the outside and stretch the floor made him a […]


Nets’ Kirilenko critical of Ettore Messina’s departure of CSKA Moscow

By Benjamin Bornstein, Project Spurs.com Not everyone likes Ettore Messina, the new assistant coach for the San Antonio Spurs, as much as Spurs fans may think. Swingman and long-time Spurs tormentor, Nets’ Andre Kirilenko, voiced a rather strong opinion on Messina and the mutual breakup between him and CSKA Moscow.


In Defense of an Ayres

During his games at the 2014 Las Vegas Summer League, I received a few mentions on Twitter from fans who continually asked me questions and comments like: “Why don’t the Spurs cut Jeff Ayres? What improvement can Ayres make? Ayres can’t catch the ball. Ayres turns the ball over too much.” With this being the […]

Video: Spurs’ Patty Mills presented with the keys to his home city of Canberra

To the victor goes the… keys to the city! That was the way it was for San Antonio Spurs’ Patty Mills in his home country of Australia.

While touring his home country of Australia with the 2014 NBA trophy, Mills was the guest of honor at a ceremony where he was presented the keys to the city of Canberra, Mills’ home city in Australia.

Canberra’s acting Chief Minister led the ceremony where he thanked the Spurs organization for allowing the team’s 2014 NBA trophy to tour Australia as well as praised Mills as being a great ambassador for Canberra and Australia.

Check out Mills being honored (as well as Aron Baynes) at the 4:45 point of the video below including Patty speaking to the crowd on hand and poking fun at Baynes.



Spurs eliminated from Summer League tournament by Wizards in triple-overtime

It took not one, not two, but three overtime periods for the San Antonio Spurs’ Summer League journey to end in Las Vegas Saturday, as the Washington Wizards eliminated San Antonio 95-94. With one second left in the third overtime period, Spurs rookie Kyle Anderson missed what would have been the game winning shot for […]


Gasol picking Bulls was ‘gut decision’

In life you are always given the advice to go with your ‘gut feeling’ and that is what recent Los Angeles Lakers free agent Pau Gasol did when he chose to sign with the Chicago Bulls. The 34-year-old left the Lakers after six seasons where he won two NBA titles and got interest from many […]


Duncan, Popovich praise Spurs owner Peter Holt

By Benjamin Bornstein, Project Spurs.com Do you want to know the real reason the San Antonio Spurs have been so great over the course of basically a generation? It’s not just transcendent players, it’s not just key free agent pickups, but it’s the guys who get to make those decisions. General Manager of the Spurs, R.C. […]

Report: Ryan Richards goes back to BC Zepter Vienna

Well this might explain why Ryan Richards is no longer with the San Antonio Spurs Las Vegas Summer League team. According to a report, Richards is heading back to his former club BC Zepter Vienna in Austria where he once played in 2013.


Spurs advance to Summer League Quarter-Finals with victory over Jazz

Despite the fact that only one or two players at best could actually crack the San Antonio Spurs’ regular season roster, their Summer League squad continued to play like the model of the team, after earning an 86-77 victory over the Utah Jazz Thursday. Behind Austin Daye’s 20 points, the Spurs used a balanced effort, […]