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Austin Spurs Weekly Update: 3/27/16

Despite losing six of their last seven games, the Austin Spurs finally managed to stop the bleeding with a win, clinching their eighth playoff birth in franchise history. The Austin Spurs had a couple days off to regroup, after last Sunday’s 30 point loss to the Bakersfield Jam, where the silver and black put up […]


Spurs Continue to Keep Eye on the Prize

The Spurs have ten regular season games left and they probably won’t look much like the first 72. Key players will sit, Head Coach Gregg Popovich will avoid tipping his hand, and the result may be the end of a historic home winning streak. In fact, San Antonio very well may lose half of their […]


Short-handed Spurs fall to Thunder in OKC

Highlights: The San Antonio Spurs know health is important as the playoffs get closer. With the number two seed all but locked up, Head Coach Gregg Popovich can start resting his star players – no matter how frustrating the potential losses may become. David West scored 17 points, but it was not enough as […]


Notes and Observations from Spurs’ victory over Grizzlies

AT&T CENTER – Behind 32 points and 12 rebounds from LaMarcus Aldridge, the San Antonio Spurs kept their home winning streak alive at 37-0 with a narrow 110-104 victory over the injured Memphis Grizzlies. The Grizzlies were not only down three starters, but three bench players as well. The Spurs were down their All-Star starter […]


Spurs down depleted Grizzlies, guaranteed a top two finish

Highlights: The San Antonio Spurs know the most important thing going into the postseason is the health of their players. That is why Head Coach Gregg Popovich will be resting his star players as the season winds down. He took that step as his team survived a scare to remain perfect at home. LaMarcus […]


Five Bullet Friday: Leonard-Green rivalry and Boban’s big game

• What we’re reading San Antonio Spurs fans know well of the final push it took to get forward Kawhi Leonard the starting spot in the All-Star game, just edging out Golden State’s Draymond Green, but the rivalry may go a bit farther than that as Leonard also beat Green out for Defensive Player of […]


Dissecting A Possession: Aldridge jumper off double screen vs. Heat

In the San Antonio Spurs’ 112-88 victory over the Miami Heat Wednesday, Spurs forward LaMarcus Aldridge displayed his versatility in being able to come off a double-screen almost like a shooting guard and knock down a mid-range jumper early in the first quarter. As you watch the video below, you’ll see how the possession was […]

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David West: The Selfless Enforcer

The Spurs are well known for their selfless, team-first style. Whether it’s a pay cut, reduced roles or both, the players on the Spurs roster will do anything to bring another championship to San Antonio. It’s how they are able to keep three future hall-of-famers in Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili, while ushering […]

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So Much Boban

If you follow me on Twitter you know that I am a Boban enthusiast. Any time the 7-3 rookie steps on the court my eyes are glued to the TV, and so much Boban happened in last night’s blowout win over Miami. Let’s start with him knocking it down from the corner pre-game: Boban wants […]

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Notes and Observations from Spurs’ victory over Heat

AT&T CENTER – Despite losing Monday in Charlotte after leading by 23 points at one time against the Hornets, the San Antonio Spurs continued two streaks Wednesday at the AT&T Center where they blew out the Miami Heat by 24 points. First, the Spurs kept their home winning streak alive at 36-0, while they also […]


Spurs rout Heat for 45th straight home victory

Highlights: The San Antonio Spurs have always responded after losing a game. The Silver and Black kept that trend alive as they crushed the Miami Heat and kept their perfect home record in tact. Kawhi Leonard matched his career-high with 32 points as the Spurs easily defeated the Heat 112-88 at the AT&T Center […]


About A Possession: Spurs’ Third Quarter Basketball Weave vs Hornets

Despite building an early 23-point lead Monday evening in Charlotte against the Hornets, the San Antonio Spurs weren’t able to maintain their double digit lead, as the Hornets stormed back in the final three quarters behind Jeremy Lin, to hand the Spurs their 11th loss of the season 91-88. If you’re a Hornets fan, you […]


Keeping An Eye On Contenders: Westbrook is Driving Force for Thunder

Relentless is one way to describe the Oklahoma City Thunder’s point guard Russell Westbrook. Whatever adjective you use to identify his play, it’s clear that he’s the heartbeat of the Thunder and they go as he does. The idea that this team is a shared mission between him and Kevin Durant is a delusion that […]


Spurs get stung by Hornets in Charlotte

Highlights: The San Antonio Spurs had 23-point lead in the second quarter against a top six team in the Eastern Conference on Monday night. They would take their foot off the gas as the game went on, a decision that would come back to haunt them. The Spurs saw a double digit lead disappear […]


Project Spurs Roundtable: Spurs – Warriors postgame discussion

Saturday evening, two NBA powers clashed for the second time this season, as the San Antonio Spurs remained undefeated at home (35-0) with an 87-79 victory over the league leading and defending champion Golden State Warriors. After the game, Project Spurs’ own Stephen Anderson and Winston Harris discussed how the Spurs’ defense contained the “Splash Brothers” […]

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Austin Spurs Weekly Update: 3/20/16

With eight games left in the season, the Austin Spurs are attempting to complete a collapse of epic proportions, and succeeding. The Spurs finished the week 1-4 thanks in part to the deadly combination of inconsistent offensive performances paired with subpar defense. After defeating the Idaho Stampede last Friday, 96-92, the Austin Spurs have managed […]


Spurs Survive Toughest Home stand in a week

This past week wasn’t exactly spring break for the Spurs; it was probably closer to hell week. The team that coasted through a soft early-season schedule had to beat the Thunder, Clippers, Blazers, and Warriors in an 8 day stretch. It only counts as four more regular season home wins (44 in a row), but […]


Spurscast 394- WARRIORS…Come out to play.

Godzilla v. Mechagodzilla. Thunderlips v. Rocky. Cruz v. Trump. All are child’s play compared to the epic showdown Saturday night in the AT&T Center. San Antonio pressed the Warrior’s collective faces into the dirt to even the season series at 1-1. But, is this the sign that the Warriors are finished, and the Spurs are back on top. Tap the breaks a little bit and listen to Jose and Ryan break it all down, with special guest Paul Garcia, on the latest Spurscast.



Notes and Observations from Spurs’ victory over Warriors

AT&T CENTER – Out of the elite group of teams in the NBA consisting of the San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder, Los Angeles Clippers, Cleveland Cavaliers and Toronto Raptors, those five teams shared one element in common prior to Saturday evening – none of those five squads had yet to defeat the defending champion […]


Spurs top Curry, Warriors in epic clash

Highlights: It was built up as one of the biggest games in the history of the NBA. What was supposed to be an epic offensive clash between two of the league’s hottest teams turned into a defensive battle, with the Silver and Black coming out on top. LaMarcus Aldridge scored 26 points and pulled […]