With a class of elite shooters in the 2015 Foot Locker 3-Point Shootout, Saturday’s final round in Brooklyn, New York came down to the “Splash Brothers” and a Cavalier, as Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry won the competition with a 27-point score in the final round, defeating Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving (17 points) […]
San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan has made his 15th All-Star Game and despite all those appearances under his belt, his teammate, Matt Bonner, apparently gave him some great advice in advance of tomorrow’s game… shoot it all the time!
Check out Bonner on his sage advice for Timmy as well as his choice of sneakers and his charity. (more…)
Clippers’ Chris Paul is giving his fellow Wake Forest alum, San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan, his vote for the 2015 NBA All-Star Game MVP. .
Congratulations goes out to San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills as his alma mater, Saint Mary’s College, have announced the school will retire Mills’ jersey (No.13) during a halftime ceremony on Feb. 21 at McKeon Pavilion. Mills played for Saint Mary’s from 2007-09.
If you follow San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan at all (not on social media because he isn’t there) you know that he doesn’t really follow any style that’s taken place in the last decade. While he was at All-Star weekend in New York City, he was asked this question.
This is how you know San Antonio Spurs’ mascot the Coyote made it. A fan took part in the Whataburger (a local San Antonio fast food chain) ketchup art contest and created a portrait of the Coyote made up of 100 percent ketchup.
San Antonio Spurs’ Danny Green is in NYC for the 2015 NBA All-Star Game and sat with REVOLT TV to touch on a few topics.
First off he reflected on the impact of his former UNC coach Dean Smith on the game of basketball. Green pointed to the fact Smith didn’t see the color of a player when it came to putting a team together.
Green also spoke on how good it was to win an NBA title and beating LeBron James, a player he has looked up to through his career.
Check out the video below to check out what Green had to say, including what music gets Green going before a game. (more…)
What’s not to like about the San Antonio Spurs mascot — the Coyote? He is furry, funny, has big eyes, and is a crowd favorite at the AT&T Center with his antics and dance moves. Seriously, is there anyone who does’t like the Coyote? Well apparently there is. Speaking with the media in New York City […]
History may show that San Antonio Spurs head coach won his 1000th game in the NBA versus the Pacers but in reality, it was guard Marco Belinelli’s game-winning bucket that sealed the win for Pop. Speaking with Sirius XM NBA Radio, Belinelli reflected on his shot that got Pop the key win in his career […]
In the wake of coach Gregg Popovich winning his 1,000th game, David Robinson went on “Jay Mohr Sports” and talked some San Antonio Spurs. Of course the question of Pop’s longevity came up and how much longer he might keep coaching.
Former San Antonio Spurs guard and NBA head coach Terry Porter sat with Sirius XM NBA Radio to speak about Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich and give his opinion on what makes Pop a great coach. Basically, Porter said Pop gets players to buy into his system. He points to David Robinson and Tim Duncan […]
For San Antonio Spurs’ fans, this time of the year is well known. The San Antonio Stock Show has kicked the Spurs out of the AT&T Center, which results in the famed Rodeo Road Trip. Most San Antonians will enjoy their team from the comfort of their own homes, but not Amado DeHoyos. This Spurs’ […]
Over the years, many kids have had the opportunity to watch the San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan execute his legendary fundamental game on opponents. Unlike many of those kids, Indiana Pacers’ rookie Shayne Whittington got to fuse his childhood memories with current experiences against the legend. In the Spurs recent victory over the Pacers, which was […]
The Project Spurs have asked and Jason Price delivers.
Some readers of this site have emailed us asking what happened to the Kawhi Leonard highlights videos? Well, it has been a while but here you go with a couple of games where Leonard’s performance was outstanding and a reminder of how great the future of the San Antonio Spurs is looking with him in uniform.
The first of two “Kawhi-lights” is from the Spurs-Clippers game where he scored 24 points, grabbed 5 rebounds, and got 3 steals. (more…)
San Antonio Spurs guard Cory Joseph really likes playing for San Antonio, but he might be a little more comfortable just rooting them during timeouts and on the sideline. What do I mean? Well, maybe this picture will explain it.