The New Look of the Spurs’ Frontcourt

During San Antonio’s ill-fated Western Conference Semifinals against Oklahoma City, the Thunder bigs bullied the Spurs in the paint. Tim Duncan was too old, Boris Diaw and David West were too small, and Boban Marjanovic didn’t play much. It was clear that the Spurs needed to get younger and more athletic in the frontcourt, and […]


Spurs’ Season Review: Tony Parker

The 2015-16 season was a year of transition for the San Antonio Spurs. We witnessed the literal passing of the torch from the hand of Tim Duncan to the Spurs’ future in LaMarcus Aldridge. Within this season of change, the Spurs’ veteran point guard Tony Parker continued to battle father time and did all he […]


Spurscast Episode 408 – Strange Days

Jose and Ryan are back after a brief hiatus. Jose was busy winning his youth basketball championship, and Ryan was watching Netflix. That said, the predicted, yet highly impactful, retirement of Tim Duncan brings on strange days for the Spurs. Jose and Ryan talk it out.

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Intro Music: El Distorto De Melodica by Everclear


Spurs officially sign Livio Jean-Charles

The San Antonio Spurs announced Friday the team has officially signed Livio Jean-Charles, though terms of the agreement remain undisclosed. Jean-Charles, a 22-year old, 6’9″ forward, has been playing with the French professional club ASVEL Lyon-Villeurbanne over the last four seasons. He was drafted by the Spurs in the 2013 NBA Draft with the 28th […]

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Twitter Questions and Answers: Volume 1

Note from the author: Since it’s the offseason, I’ve asked readers on Twitter to provide questions they’d like answered regarding the San Antonio Spurs. The readers submitted questions from Wednesday (07/20) until Thursday (07/21). To ask a question for Volume 2, please follow on Twitter (@PaulGarciaPS) or (


Tim Duncan Day: Our favorite Duncan coverage

Project Spurs has been online for nearly 12 years now, covering a little over half of Tim Duncan’s career. In that time, we’ve obviously covered #21 quite a bit. Here is a collection of some of our favorites among the Duncan archives over the years. [View the story “A Look Back at Tim Duncan career […]


Top 10 Duncan games of all time

While we don’t regularly publish reader-submited content, when Layton Garrett sent in his list of top 10 Tim Duncan games, we couldn’t help but relive some of these memories and it felt appropriate to share on Tim Duncan Day. 1. Spurs vs Suns Game 1 1998. Duncan’s first NBA playoff game and he cannot be stopped […]


Latest on Spurs’ salaries, Hanga and Dangubic

The NBA offseason is in full swing, as numerous players are currently training with their national teams for the upcoming Rio Olympics that are set to begin soon on August 6. With the free agent signing frenzy starting to slow down, there has been some notable information released regarding the San Antonio Spurs’ team contract situation, […]

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Project Spurs staff reflects on Duncan’s career, favorite moments

On Monday, San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor declared tomorrow, July 21, as “Tim Duncan Day.” We’ll share some of our favorite coverage on Duncan tomorrow, but to kick things off before that, we asked some of our staff to reflect on Duncan’s career and to share some of their favorite stories or moments. Tim Duncan has […]

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Spurs’ Season Review: Danny Green

There is no denying that Danny Green probably wishes he could get another crack at the 2015-16 season. It was filled with lowlights and missed opportunities, which could easily be the trending theme for his entire year. Somehow the San Antonio Spurs were still able to mask Green’s less than stellar play with their outstanding […]

Baseball Trends And Changes Since Its Early Days

The games of baseball has changed a lot over the years, and some key trends we see today are the result of changes and updates that have happened in previous decades. From the legacy of the game’s greatest players to the influence of new rules and laws, the nation’s favorite sport has evolved a great […]

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Murray, Bertans & Forbes shine in Summer Spurs’ win over Kings

The San Antonio Spurs’ fifth Las Vegas Summer League game took place Friday, and while it was just a consolation game, where both teams knew they’d be headed home regardless of the outcome, the Spurs and Kings’ players and coaching staff still put forth a very competitive game on the floor, as overtime was needed […]

Spurs Season Review – Patty Mills

This year was a bounce back season for one Patty Mills. After only playing 51 games in 2014-15 due to shoulder surgery, Mills led the San Antonio Spurs this year in regular season games played (81). It was a testament to his work ethic and drive to be on the court when the team needed […]


Spurs’ Signings: Gasol, Ginobili, Murray, Dedmon, Bertans, Forbes, Arcidiacono

The San Antonio Spurs announced Thursday the team has officially signed free agent center Pau Gasol, though terms to the deal were not made public. As reported previously, the deal is probably for $30 million for two seasons. Gasol, 36, is a six-time All-Star, including this past season with the Chicago Bulls, where he averaged 16.5 […]


Summer Spurs fall to Minnesota in Summer League tournament play

After making it all the way to the championship game last summer and eventually winning the Summer League title, the San Antonio Spurs’ Summer League team won’t be able to repeat as summer champions this year, after the team suffered an 80-71 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves Wednesday evening in Las Vegas. The Wolves opened […]


Duncan pens letter to Spurs fans

Two days after announcing his retirement through a press release distributed by the San Antonio Spurs, Tim Duncan wrote a letter thanking fans, teammates, opponents and coaches. Aside from a streaming interview early today, the letter is the first we’ve heard from Duncan since he retired. The letter reads: If asked to write a script for […]


Spurs lose first Las Vegas Summer League game, fall to Bulls 79-76

Before Tuesday night’s matchup of the undefeated summer league teams, San Antonio Spurs forward Kyle Anderson was sent home from Las Vegas. Last year’s MVP honors made Kyle Anderson the LeBron James of Vegas, which left him with practically nothing left to prove this summer. In five summer league games, Anderson averaged 21.6 points, 7.4 […]


Spurs’ Season Review: LaMarcus Aldridge

Last summer’s biggest free agent news was the reality that LaMarcus Aldridge had decided to become a member of the San Antonio Spurs. It was a move that would have an immediate impact on the chances to win a sixth championship and prepare the organization for future successes. While there was no doubt Aldridge’s game […]