Via NumberFire. com With only 1 games left in the regular season, four spots in the West have still not been decided. Let’s take a look at numberFire’s up-to-the-minute projections. The San Antonio Spurs have 45.3% chance of being the 2-seed, a 9.95% chance of being the 3-seed, a 25.6% chance of being the 5-seed, […]
The Spurs’ playoff seeding is still up in the air with two nights of play remaining in the NBA regular season. According to CBS Sports’ Matt Moore, there are 16 different possibilities for how the West’s Nos. 2, 3, 5 and 6 seeds turn out. San Antonio gets the second seed in 10 of the […]
The Thunder are fighting for their playoff lives in a battle with the Pelicans for the West’s 8th seed. OKC would need the Pelicans to lose tomorrow night to the San Antonio Spurs for the Thunder to secure the final playoff spot.
However, despite knowing OKC needs the Spurs to win tomorrow night, Russell Westbrook wants to make it clear – he isn’t rooting for San Antonio.
Speaking with the media after their recent game, Westbrook says he isn’t a Spurs fan and won’t be cheering on S.A. (more…)
Cross-posted from ATXSpurs.com Behind big performances from Jonathan Simmons and Erik Murphy, the Austin Spurs did just enough to clinch the first round series win over the Bakersfield Jam 90-88. With the win, the Spurs advance to the Western Conference Finals against a formidable Santa Cruz Warriors team that swept the Oklahoma City Blue for […]
The San Antonio Spurs are red hot and finally look like they are ready to defend their title. The silver and black have won 11 consecutive games and after spending time in the seventh spot in the Western Conference, they currently sit second with just one game to play. With the playoffs beginning this weekend, […]
I don’t even know where to begin with this but if you ever wanted to see Aron Baynes in full KISS makeup, complete with his key-tar, well, here you go.
It seems San Antonio Spurs’ Matt Bonner is at it again with his quirky comedy videos and this time, Bonner along with Kawhi Leonard, Baynes, Patty Mills and The Coyote have formed the 80s inspired rock group “Spuran Spuran.”
Check out the hilarious video of Bonner and his teammates talking about their musical influences (like Leonard being influenced by Metallica members), Mills on a tiny guitar bragging about music labels after the group, and the Coyote in Michael Jackson “Thriller” red-jacket. (more…)
The NBA today announced that San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan was named the Western Conference Player of the Week for games played Monday, April 6, through Sunday, April 12. Boston’s Isiah Thomas was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week.
This is Duncan’s 23rd time earning Player of the Week honors, which is tied for fourth all-time (Karl Malone and Allen Iverson) since the award was established prior to the 1979-80 season. He becomes the second-oldest player in NBA history to receive the award behind Reggie Miller who was named Eastern Conference Player of the Week on April 3, 2005 at the age of 39.
Duncan averaged 17.3 points, 9.8 rebounds, 3.25 blocks, 2.5 assists and 1.50 blocks while shooting .650 (26-40) from the field as the Spurs went 4-0 for the week, extending their win streak to 11 games.
When the San Antonio Spurs battled the Houston Rockets on Friday night, we all knew the game was going to be a hard fought and possibly ugly meeting between the two. The game itself didn’t disappoint with an exciting (and still controversial) ending where Tim Duncan blocked James Harden’s potential game winning layup. While the […]
It is no secret that the San Antonio Spurs are the team that everyone wants to be like. We all know about the Gregg Popovich coaching tree, from Mike Budenholzer in Atlanta to Steve Kerr in Golden State. Teams have tried to mimic the Spurs ball movement and style of play. One of those teams is […]
San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan has found a way to stave off Father Time for much longer than many other stars of the 2000’s have. Guys like Vince Carter, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Garnett, and Paul Pierce have all crumbled underneath the pressure of time while Duncan has found a way to master it and he […]
On this brand new episode of the San Antonio Spurs Roundtable, the panel of Jeff Garcia, Aaron Preine and Mariah Medina take a look at which teams might put a curb on the Spurs chances at finally repeating an NBA champs.
Is it Dallas? What about Houston? The Grizzlies?
Also on the show, the panel gives their three reason the Spurs will win it all and three reason why the team won’t.
All this and much more including the panel having a spirited talk about the Spurs taking on the Rockets. (more…)
AT&T CENTER – Since the 1995-1996 season, one record that held its place in the San Antonio Spurs’ franchise history books was a franchise record 190 made 3-pointers set by Chuck Person. Sunday, in winning their 11th game in a row, with the opponent being the visiting Phoenix Suns, Danny Green not only tied Person’s […]
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs continue their winning ways heading into the postseason beating the Phoenix Suns 107-91. With the win, the Spurs now have won 11 straight games. San Antonio now moves into second place in the Western Conference and has a half-game lead over Memphis in the Southwest Division.
Leading the way for San Antonio was Tim Duncan with 22 points and 10 rebounds while Marco Belinelli and Cory Joseph punched in 13 points a piece off the bench. Eric Bledsoe chipped in 20 points for Phoenix while Gerald Green had 23 points.
Despite the big win, the Spurs struggled to put away the pesky Suns throughout most of the first and second half but went on a 15-6 run in the second half and never looked back.
To breakdown the Spurs’ 11th straight win, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia recap the regular season home finale. (more…)
AT&T CENTER – It’s halftime in San Antonio as the Spurs are leading the Phoenix Suns .
The Spurs are being led by Marco Belinelli’s 10 points off the bench while Tim Duncan pumped in 9 points and 8 rebounds.
To discuss the first half, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia breakdown what went right and wrong for S.A.
AT&T CENTER – It’s the regular season home finale for the San Antonio Spurs (54-26) as they host the Phoenix Suns (39-41) on Fan Appreciation Night.
The Spurs are riding a 10-game winning streak and will be looking to keep on fighting for a higher playoff spot as the postseason is right around the corner.
To discuss tonight’s Spurs-Suns matchup, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia breakdown what to expect from the silver and black as they face the Suns including a talk about whether or not the Spurs should sit their starters as in these final two games of the regular season.