AT&T CENTER – It is halftime in San Antonio as the Spurs are leading the Boston Celtics 56-42. The Spurs are being led by Tiago Splitter’s 10 points while Kawhi Leonard chipped in with nine points and Danny Green with 10 points.
To talk about the first half, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia recap what went right and wrong for the Spurs and keys to the second half.
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (42-25) host the Boston Celtics (30-37) tonight in an East-West clash. This will be the final meeting between San Antonio and Boston as the Spurs have a 1-0 regular season series lead.
The news heading into tonight’s game is that Aron Baynes is back in the lineup while Manu Ginobili is still out 7-10 days due to an ankle injury.
To breakdown tonight’s matchup, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia take a look at the keys to a Spurs win, which player the Spurs need to look out for and much more.
The San Antonio Spurs (42-25) will host the Boston Celtics (30-37) tonight as the Spurs return to the Alamo City after a short road trip. The Spurs are coming off a 114-103 win over the Bucks. Danny Green’s 20 points led the Spurs in the win versus the Bucks. The Celtics are coming off a 122-118 loss […]
San Antonio Spurs’ Matt Bonner has always had problems choosing the “perfect playlist” being a super audiophile growing up. However, he’s put together 15 of his favorite songs for Friday night’s Rock On Night at the AT&T Center and I am sure you are full of wonder as to what is in Bonner’s glorious playlist. Well […]
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich has been very vocal of the NBA schedule, packed with back-to-backs and several games. This season saw the Silver and Black play an 18-game month of December that included seven back-to-back games, which Pop called “the toughest stretch he has seen as coach.” NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has […]
The San Antonio Spurs have won eight of their last ten games but still find themselves near the tail end of the playoff pack. With only fifteen games left in the regular season, the window to gain ground in the standings is closing quickly. Nights like the New York Knicks debacle are no longer affordable losses.
It is hard to imagine the San Antonio Spurs without Tim Duncan. Sadly, his historic and legendary career is coming to an end. We don’t know when, but there is going to be a time when Duncan hangs it up and walks away from the game he loves. But when that day comes, the Silver […]
San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon was a guest on “The View” where she spoke on what it is like coaching the defending champs and working with head coach Gregg Popovich.
Hammon revealed how Pop is more than just a great basketball mind and even gave the hosts some pointers on how to shoot the basketball. (more…)
OK so he maybe isn’t that bad! It would seem San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich can be pretty funny when he isn’t berating sideline reporters and being terse with them. One redditor user described one such experience when he was in New York and the team was there to play the Knicks.
After their head coach said they should have been embarrassed for the performance they put forth on Tuesday in a loss to the 14-53 New York Knicks, the San Antonio Spurs rebounded Wednesday on a back-to-back set with a more focused attack, as they defeated a likely playoff team in the Milwaukee Bucks, 114-103. San […]
The San Antonio Spurs (41-25) visit the Milwaukee Bucks tonight in Milwaukee. The Spurs are coming off a 100-104 overtime loss to the Knicks. Tony Parker led the team with 21 points while Tim Duncan chipped in with 17 points and eight rebounds in the loss. And as the Spurs look to rid themselves of […]
Hey there San Antonio Spurs fans!
I know you need a good laugh or pick me up after that atrocity that was a game last night versus New York so here’s a little something that Cory Joseph cooked up for Tim Duncan. It includes TD talking to the media, Joseph messing with the big man and a napkin. (more…)
First it was San Antonio Spurs’ Matt Bonner talking about how special team head coach Gregg Popovich is and now former Spurs player Stephen Jackson spoke on Pop and he has impacted his life.
In an interview with Fox Sports, Jackson referred to Pop as a father figure citing run ins with him and said despite being cut by the Spurs, he doesn’t have any ill will towards Pop.
Check out what else Stephen had to say about Pop including his thoughts on playing with Tim Duncan calling him the “best human being” he knows in the world, that TD is an “action guy” and loves to play paint ball, and much more. (more…)
The San Antonio Spurs’ budding superstar Kawhi Leonard has decided to take his talents to BBVA Compass Bank according to the San Antonio Business Journal. Leonard’s contagious personality and slick vernacular will be used to promote the NBA-themed credit card from BBVA Compass. The bank based out of Houston, TX made Leonard one of their […]
“It’s human nature you know, the top guys are sitting and you play down to the level of your competition, but like Pop said, we just have to raise and stay at a high level if we want to keep getting better and move up into the playoffs.” Those were the words of San Antonio […]