Video: Spurs top plays from 2013-14 season

The San Antonio Spurs new season is quickly coming as the team will look to defend their NBA crown.

But before they hit the hardwood, how about a look back at the championship season and the team’s top plays from the 2013-12 season.

From the outstanding team passing, Kawhi Leonard’s dunks to Manu Ginobili’s posterization of Chris Bosh in the NBA Finals, relive some of the best moments from last season. (more…)

Video: More basketball greatness from Spurs assistant coach Ettore Messina

There’s no questioning San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Ettore Messina is one of the best basketball coaches in the world. From his coaching style, high basketball IQ to his stellar coaching resume, Messina is a wealth of basketball knowledge the Spurs will be able to tap into next season.

In this rare video from 2011, Messina visited a basketball camp in Canada and taught players and coaches about the game. Spurs fans will be able to get a glimpse into the mind of Ettore, his coaching style, player encouragement, on the court instructions, and an overall sense of what he will bring to San Antonio next season.

And from the looks of the video, the rich are about to get richer! (more…)


Sixers’ Brown compares rookie Saric to Boris Diaw

Philadelphia 76ers head coach (and former San Antonio Spurs assistant coach) Brett Brown knows a thing or two about the playing style of Boris Diaw. And it is that style that he sees in rookie Dario Saric. Brown went to Spain to see his new player participate at the 2014 FIBA World Cup to get […]

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Diaw, France set for Round of 16 after defeating Iran

It’s onto the Round of 16 for San Antonio Spurs forward Boris Diaw and the French National team, as Les Bleus defeated Iran 81-76 Thursday in their final game of group play. After starting the first quarter down by 10 points, France was able to take control of the game in the second and third […]

Watch: Tony Parker takes on French prankster Rémi Gaillard in a game of trick shots

San Antonio Spurs’ Tony Parker has been known to nail a circus shot or two on the NBA hardwood. Rémi Gaillard, a French pranskter, is also know to connect on ridiculous shots at the rim.

So what happens when the two face off to test their trick shot making skills? One epic video featuring the two connecting on seemingly impossible shots!

Check out Parker and Gaillard going one-on-one in a display of some of the wildest trick shots you have seen, including Tony making basket by kicking the ball the full length of the court! (more…)

Watch: Kawhi Leonard featured in rap video

San Antonio Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard may have passed on playing with Team USA, but he took time to be in a rap video by TYGA.

Kawhi doesn’t take the mic or rap in the video, but simply is filmed celebrating the Spurs’ 2014 NBA crown complete with champagne bottles with sparklers, girls in bikinis holding up a cut-out of his face, and a huge “MVP” sign behind him when he makes his grand entrance.

Check out Kawhi at the 52 second point of the video below but be warned, the rap song is NSFW due to its lyrics. (more…)

Video: Danny Green is the new pitch-man for ‘Alkame Water’

San Antonio Spurs’ Danny Green is the new pitch-man for a new bottled water line called “Alkame Water.”

Apparently, it is a souped up water which contains essential ingredients that anyone can use and is promoted to revolutionize the market of bottled water.

Check out Green in the new commercial as he shoots hoops while promoting the water. (more…)


FIBA World Cup: Splitter, Brazil rebound with win over Serbia

After suffering their first loss in the 2014 FIBA World Cup on Monday to Spain, San Antonio Spurs center Tiago Splitter and Brazil rebounded Wednesday with an 81-73 victory over Serbia. Heading into the fourth quarter, Brazil was facing a 64-60 deficit, but Brazil relied on their defense in holding Serbia to nine points in […]

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FIBA World CUP: Gasol Brothers Dominate Diaw, France

San Antonio Spur Boris Diaw and his fellow French countrymen fell to the Gasol brothers and Spain 88-64 during Group A play of the 2014 FIBA World Cup. Diaw struggled against the height of Spain, shooting only 17% from the floor, and finishing with three points. Only one of his shots came in the paint […]

FIBA World Cup: Baynes, Australia outlast Mexico

With Mexico’s Gustavo Ayon rumored to have some interest from the Spurs, and question marks surrounding whether or not restricted free agent Aron Baynes would be back, the table was set for this morning’s Group D matchup between Australia and Mexico. It was a close battle through most of the first half, but Australia began […]

Video: Joseph on bragging rights, Team Canada and more

San Antonio Spurs guard Cory Joseph played exhibition games in the offseason for Team Canada and took the time to hone his skills and help Canada become a team to be reckoned with at the 2015 FIBA Americas.

If things go accordingly, Team Canada could field a roster of Joseph, Andrew Wiggins, Tristan Thompson, Anthony Bennett, Joel Anthony, Spike Albrecht, Andrew Nicholson, and Kelly Olynyk. A team with that roster could make some noise if they qualify for the 2016 Olympics.

Something Joseph is quite confident about. (more…)


Ray Allen in no rush

The San Antonio Spurs have been reportedly looking into adding free agent guard Ray Allen to the roster for next season. When news hit, it sent Spurs fans into a frenzy but since then, things have calmed down and Allen still hasn’t announced where he plans to play next season. And for Ray, he likes […]

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San Antonio artist uses Popovich as his muse to create ‘Pop Art’

San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich has been called many things. From “grumpy,” “sarcastic” to “curmudgeon,” but this might be the first time someone can call Pop his muse. A local San Antonio artist,  Jorge Villarreal, is a huge fan of Pop and has featured him in his recent piece called “Pop Art.”


Spurscast 339: Fan-isode

We’re still weeks away from the first wave of NBA life, but there is still plenty of action to discuss. Actually, there isn’t. Outside of FIBA Worldcup action, offseason news has been almost nonexistent and there is only so much time the topic of training camp bodies can fill. That and we’re also not looking to squeeze blood from a stone just on guys that you will likely never see on the Spurs’ regular season roster. So last week we came to you on our hands and knees, begging for questions to be sent our way.

This episode is all on you, listeners. Welcome to the first ever Spurscast Fan-isode. Hosts Aaron Preine (@DukeOfBexar) and Jose Grijalva (@JRG1023) take on the questions mailed in by San Antonio Spurs fans to the one and only Spurscast The original Spurs Podcast.