Spurs Top Tickets On Secondary Market Against OKC In NBA’s Opening Week

The NBA regular season starts Tuesday, but one of the premier threats for an NBA Championship have to wait until Wednesday night as the San Antonio Spurs are not involved in the three games on opening night. The Pistons travel to Atlanta to face the Hawks, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Chicago Bulls play in […]


Video: Manu give his sneakers some love… literally

Look there’s nothing like soaking in a new pair of sneakers. The fresh-out-of-the-box smell, the shininess of the colors, adjusting the laces to your fit and that moment you slip them on for the first time only to show them off is a wonderful experience. Then there’s San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili who decided […]

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‘A Great Teacher’ is what Suns’ Weems sees in Spurs’ Messina

AT&T CENTER – The date, October 09, 2013. On this date, two men were in the same building, the AT&T Center, and shared the same locker room – Ettore Messina and Sonny Weems. Then, Messina was Weems’ coach with the Euroleague club CSKA Moscow. CSKA was scheduled to face the San Antonio Spurs in a […]

LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 17:  Matt Bonner #15 of the San Antonio Spurs dribbles around Josh McRoberts #6 of the Los Angeles Lakers during a 112-91 Spurs win at Staples Center on April 17, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.  NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Bonner’s 10-year Bond with the Spurs

Longevity in the NBA is a prized attribute that can be assigned to a surprisingly few. Players just don’t make a career last. The average NBA career is 4.5 years, according to NBA.com. To put that in the most simple of contexts; an NBA player’s active career is shorter than a lease on a car. […]

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Spurs Exercise Third-Year Option on Kyle Anderson

The San Antonio Spurs announced the team has exercised their third-year option on forward Kyle Anderson, whom the team drafted back in 2014 with the 30th pick in the first round. Last season, Anderson spent time in both San Antonio and Austin with the D-League Spurs, to continue to grow when he wasn’t seeing NBA […]


Spurs Roundtable: Discussing Aldridge, Anderson & predicting Spurs’ season finish

In the latest episode of the Spurs Roundtable powered by Project Spurs, host and Project Spurs writer Stephen Anderson is joined by News4SanAntonio.com’s Casey Keirnan and Project Spurs writer Paul Garcia, as the trio discusses LaMarcus Aldridge’s early fit with the Spurs after six preseason games, whether or not Kyle Anderson will have a consistent role […]

SAN ANTONIO - APRIL 29:  David Robinson #50 of the San Antonio Spurs smiles on the court in Game five of the Western Conference Quarterfinals against the Phoenix Suns during the 2003 NBA Playoffs at SBC Center on April 29, 2003 in San Antonio, Texas.  The Spurs won 94-82.  NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

‘The Admiral’ weighs in on big NBA contracts

San Antonio Spurs former big man, David Robinson, weighed in on big NBA contracts on Sirius XM NBA Radio especially Cavs’ Tristan Thompson’s whopping $82 million deal for 5-years. Robinson stated he was happy for Tristan for making such a deal but noted he still needs to earn it on the court. Take a listen […]


Preview: 2015-16 Season Storylines

Before the NBA season kicks off in just a number of days, we’re counting it down with our season preview, continuing today with several storylines leading into the new season. The Last Hurrah Over the last decade, the San Antonio Spurs have been known for “the big three,” Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili. […]


Who Will Conquer The West?

The NBA preseason is nearing its conclusion, and with it comes a flood of segments and articles chock full of burning questions and bold predictions that point fans in all sorts of weird directions. As fun as it is to predict things like the playoff potential of big market teams like the Knicks or Lakers, or yet […]


Spurs ground Rockets in preseason finale

AT&T Center – LaMarcus Aldridge spent nearly an hour after Tuesday’s loss to Phoenix shooting shots from different angles after going 8-for-24 in two games. That extra hour paid off as he led the silver and black to victory in their preseason finale. Aldridge finished with 19 points as the Spurs defeated the Houston Rockets […]

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Gregg Popovich to be Next Head Coach of Men’s USA Basketball National Team

After weeks of swirling rumors, USA Basketball Chairman Jerry Colangelo announced today that San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich will be the successor to Mike Krzyzewski as head coach of the USA Basketball Men’s National Team. Popovich will take over coaching duties following the 2016 Olympics in Brazil and will carry the role through […]


Three Reasons the Spurs Could Lose the West

The San Antonio Spurs are entering the 2015-16 campaign in hot pursuit of yet another NBA Championship. Of course, that isn’t news. A similar verse has been written each year since Tim Duncan’s first campaign – and justly so. The Spurs’ worst winning percentage during this current streak was 61% in 2009-2010. In fact, calling […]


Spurscast 377: 2015-16 Western Conference Preview

A new NBA season is only days away and Project Spurs is showing their excitement with a series of season previews. The Spurscast Crew kicked off their prediction series two weeks ago and released their mega-preview of the Eastern Conference last Friday. This week the Western Conference receives love with a two hour breakdown of every team rocking out in the Northwest, Pacific, and Southwest divisions. Are the Warriors still the favorites despite major additions made by other contenders? Which team will fall from grace and which other will take their place in the post-season? (more…)


Spurs sign former UTEP forward Julian Washburn

After waiving four players from their training camp roster Wednesday, the San Antonio Spurs added an extra player Thursday afternoon, as the team announced they have signed forward Julian Washburn, who was undrafted out of the University of Texas at El Paso. Per club policy, terms of the agreement were not made available. Washburn is a […]