Heading into the fourth quarter Friday down 69-59 to the Phoenix Suns, the San Antonio Spurs looked like they were on the verge of dropping their 16th loss of the season, as the team was held to a season low 10 points in the third quarter. However, behind a second unit of Cory Joseph, Patty […]
The San Antonio Spurs (21-15) will host the Phoenix Suns (22-16) tonight in the AT&T Center. The Spurs are coming off a 104-105 loss to the Pistons. The Spurs blew a double-digit lead to the Pistons only to see Brandon Jennings score the winning bucket with seconds left in the game. Jeff Ayres led the […]
It’s no secret that the San Antonio Spurs have hit a lull in their season, but after making what Gregg Popovich called a “huge” return against the Houston Rockets, Patty Mills’ presence can be deemed more than a numerical advantage. “He couldn’t find his shot tonight, but his energy, just being on the court, being […]
According to Yahoo Sports, Kawhi Leonard should return to the Spurs lineup sometime over the next few weeks. Kawhi has been nursing a torn ligament in his shooting hand, originally labelled as a bruised hand, over the past month. San Antonio has been chaotic during Leonard’s absence and will need their 2014 NBA Finals MVP to help regain lost ground in the Western Conference standings.
Someone out there with a much more creative mind than me decided it would be a good idea to make a cartoon parody of the San Antonio Spurs.
He made the “Big Three” of Tony Parker, Tim Duncan, and Manu Ginobili special forces agents – much like in A-Team – and sent them on a mission.
I won’t give you the whole plot, but basically Manu gets kidnapped and the team has to save him, taking shots at the organization along the way. (more…)
As Benjamin Bornstein reported recently, Austin Spurs forward JaMychal Green was named the Player of the Month for December in the D-League, but San Antonio’s D-League affiliate has been quite busy lately, so here’s the latest reported by our own network site ATXSpurs.com, formerly Toros Nation. • Cotton’s 30-point streak While people are taking notice of what […]
San Antonio Spurs’ foreign prospect, forward Davis Bertans, is making huge strides overseas playing for Spanish club Laboral Kuxta. His offense is developing rapidly as his outside shot is falling consistently, his aggressiveness going to the rim is increasing and his assist-skills are improving. Need proof, just watch this video. Bertans is averaging 12.5 points, 2.9 […]
According to Ira Winderman, a beat writer who covers the Miami Heat for the South Florida Sun Sentinel, the 2014 NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs are expected to be honored at the White House on Monday (01/12/2015), a day before San Antonio faces the Wizards in Washington next Tuesday. The final reality: Spurs to be […]
Undrafted D-Leaguer JaMychal Green out of Alabama is having himself a ball in the NBA’s Developmental League and was an absolute bully during December.
He was averaging 11.3 rebounds a game to go with 24.5 points on 56% shooting for the month. Those numbers were good enough to earn him D-League Player of the Month for the last one of 2014. You want to see how good he really was during that time? Here’s a highlight reel for you. (more…)
San Antonio Spurs’ draftee (#59, 2011), Ádám Hanga is on the rise recently after spending a fairly disappointing season in Spain. The 25-year-old Hungarian G/F is on loan with Sidigas Avellino in the Italian 1st League, which is considered to be among the Top 4 domestic leagues of European Basketball. However Hanga’s current team does […]
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs have had issues finishing games this season and that’s no secret. They are sitting at 21-15 because of their inability to finish close games and even some not so close. A lot of that can be attributed to injuries and not having a full roster once this season. […]
AT&T CENTER – After their loss Tuesday to the Detroit Pistons, in which the San Antonio Spurs had once led by 18 points, the Spurs dropped to 21-15 through 36 games this season, while the team also fell to 11-6 against teams with records below .500. With just a half game lead between the seventh […]
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (21-15) lost to the Detroit Pistons (11-23) 104-105 tonight at home off a last second layup by Brandon Jennings.
Jennings (13 points) was able to make the go-ahead bucket off a botched in-bound play which saw the Spurs turn the ball over and free Jennings for the game-winning bucket.
The Spurs coughed up an 18-point lead to the Pistons despite the fact the Spurs scored a season-high first quarter points (37) and saw the return of Tony Parker who scored three points in just 12 minutes of play.
“This is not the first time in the history of the NBA that anyone has given up a lead,” said Popovich. “It happens frequently in the league because there is a 24 second clock, people make shots and miss shots, and people turn it over. It is not remarkable at all.”
The Spurs were up three points in the waning moments of the game with the Spurs when coach Gregg Popovich called for a foul on the Pistons. When questioned about the call, Pop simply said, “Because I wanted to.” (more…)
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs are leading the Detroit Pistons 58-49 at the half in San Antonio.
The Spurs are being led by Tim Duncan’s 13 points as well as Jeff Ayres’ 12 points off the bench. The Pistons are being led by Greg Monroe’s 14 points.
To breakdown the first half of the game, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia recap what went right and wrong for the Spurs in the first half and give second half adjustments the team needs to make to secure a win.
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (21-14) host the Detroit Pistons (10-23) tonight in San Antonio as the Spurs will be looking to get win number three in a row.
To break down the game, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia preview tonight’s matchup. From the key matchups to life after Josh Smith for Detroit, the duo delivers.