Editorial: Draft Day

Everyone can take a deep breath, and release. Ladies and gentlemen, we have arrived at Draft Day. Tonight, in Brooklyn, the NBA will make 60 amateurs into professionals, in what is one of my favorite days of the year. The conjecture of NBA pundits and media-types leading up to the draft make this must-watch TV. […]


Former Spur Elie ‘Frontrunner’ to be Orlando Magic Assistant

According to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski, former San Antonio Spur Mario Elie has emerged as a favorite to join the staff of newly hired Orlando Magic Head Coach Scott Skiles. Mario Elie is a strong frontrunner to be hired as an assistant on Orlando Magic coach Scott Skiles’ staff, league sources tell Yahoo Sports. — […]


Report: Rockets possibly seeking Spurs’ first round pick

With the 2015 NBA Draft set to kick off this Thursday, June 25, the league has already been buzzing with trade scenarios that may develop on draft night. According to Ken Berger of Monday (H/T, the Houston Rockets are trying to acquire another first round pick, and they have their sights on two teams […]

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Duncan and Spurs could get creative in bringing back the big man

The San Antonio Spurs and Tim Duncan might have a “wink-wink” deal in place to bring the almost 20-year vet back and almost guarantee that Manu Ginobili comes back with him. It’s widely believed that Duncan would only come back if the team is seriously able to compete for another title. If he’s able to […]


Prospect Watch: UCLA’s Kevon Looney To Workout For Spurs

With the NBA draft approaching ever so quickly, the San Antonio Spurs have another prospect in their sights. According to Jorge Castillo of the Washington Post, Kevon Looney is set to workout with the Spurs. In one year at UCLA, Looney averaged 11.6 points (47% FG) and 9.2 rebounds in 36 games as a freshman. […]


Hanga to play with Spurs at Summer League?

Almost two weeks ago, San Antonio Spurs 2011 draftee Adam Hanga said that he was coming to San Antonio for a mini-camp workout with the Spurs, and he also added that he would like to continue playing overseas next season with Saski Baskonia in Spain. Friday, according to David Alarcon of, there’s now a […]

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West title domination since Jordan’s last Bulls championship

With the Golden State Warriors recently winning the 2015 NBA Championship, it marked the Western Conference’s 12th title in the last 17 years, or the time since Michael Jordan’s last championship with the Chicago Bulls back in the 1997-98 season. As the Western Conference continues to dominate the title race between the Eastern Conference and […]


Prospect Watch: UIW’s Livingston works out for Spurs

The San Antonio Spurs have worked out former University of the Incarnate Word guard Denzel Livingston, who is trying to become the first NBA player in school history, according to Jerry Briggs of Livingston has also worked out for the Utah Jazz, Houston Rockets, Dallas Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies and now the Spurs, per the […]


Spurs draftee Richards on the move once more, now to play in China

Back on May 13, 2015, Project Spurs had last checked in on San Antonio Spurs 2010 draftee Ryan Richards. At that time, he was switching teams from Hungary to play in Iran, after he had just dropped 41 points in a game for Hungary back in March. Before Hungary and Iran, Richards had also previously played […]


Spurscast 366: Hey, Rook

The 2015 NBA Draft is less than a week away and the San Antonio Spurs have questions that might need to be addressed immediately with the 26th and 55th picks. It appears that Tim Duncan will stick around for one more go at glory but the outlook is still fuzzy on Manu Ginobili and eight of his 2014-15 teammates. Depth-wise, San Antonio needs help in the front court. However, the team could also be faced with the task of replacing almost all of their guards (only Tony Parker and Patty Mills are under guaranteed contract). Talent is rarely strong late the round but no team has made late picks work out more than the San Antonio Spurs.