International Spurs to shine at Rio 2016

The USA are sending yet another star studded roster to Rio 2016, but what many San Antonio Spurs fans will be on the look out for, are the other national teams. Spurs have a long history of plucking the finest talent from outside the US and making them stars in the NBA. This year’s Olympics […]

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Parker, France headed to Rio Olympics after win over Canada

Sunday’s Olympic Qualifying Final matchup between France and Canada, was billed as a sort of Jedi vs. Apprentice battle between each countries point guards. For France, there was the veteran Tony Parker, who currently plays for the San Antonio Spurs, and on the opposite side for Canada, there was a point guard who used to play […]

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France defeats Turkey, will face Canada in Olympic Qualifying Final Sunday

The French National team is now one win away from earning an Olympic berth to the 2016 Rio Games, after France charged back to defeat Turkey Saturday 75-63. Though Charlotte Hornets forward Nicolas Batum returned to the lineup for France, it was a surprise off the bench who guided Les Bleus, as backup point guard […]

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Update: Spurs trade Diaw to Utah

UPDATE: 12:35 PM CST – Friday, 07/08/2016 – The Spurs announced the trade for Boris Diaw to the Utah Jazz has officially been completed. In return for Diaw and a future second round pick, the Spurs will acquire the rights to Olivier Hanlan. For San Antonio, Diaw’s contract now becomes a $7.0 million trade player exception, […]


Spurs’ 2016 Las Vegas Summer League Roster announced

After the San Antonio Spurs’ Summer League team finished 2-1 in the Utah Summer League this week, the team is preparing to take part in the Las Vegas Summer League, with their first game coming on Saturday against the Golden State Warriors. With another Summer League comes a partially different roster. Below is the Spurs’ Summer […]


Spurs reach verbal agreement with Dewayne Dedmon

While the San Antonio Spurs lost fan favorite Boban Marjanovic to free agency Thursday, where he agreed to a 3-year deal with the Detroit Pistons, the Spurs did end up getting a replacement center in the process. According to Shams Charania of the Vertical, the Spurs and free agent center Dewayne Dedmon

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Pistons sign Boban Marjanovic

Last offseason, the Detroit Pistons signed former San Antonio Spurs center Aron Baynes. It looks like Pistons Head Coach Stan Van Gundy is a fan of centers from the Spurs’ system, as the Pistons have signed restricted free agent Boban Marjanovic to a 3-year deal for $21 million, Boban’s agent confirmed. With Marjanovic being a […]


Ginobili announces he’s returning to the Spurs

San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili announced Thursday morning via his personal Twitter account he’ll be re-signing with the only NBA franchise he’s ever played for – the Spurs. Happy to tell you guys that I’ll be coming back to the Spurs for another season.


Discussing the Spurs’ cap situation, Duncan possibly retiring & more

Project Spurs’ own Paul Garcia joined KSAT 12’s Facebook Live broadcast Wednesday to discuss a number of topics, such as: What is the San Antonio Spurs’ current salary cap situation? How does Tim Duncan staying or retiring affect the Spurs’ cap situation? Who are Livio-Jean Charles and Davis Bertansm what will they bring to the […]


Report: Spurs sign Bertans to two-year deal

It appears Latvian forward Davis Bertans is finally coming stateside. According to David Pick, the San Antonio Spurs have signed Bertans to a two-year contract. Source: Davis Bertans has reached a two-year agreement with the San Antonio Spurs. — David Pick (@IAmDPick)


Anderson, Simmons leading Spurs through first two games in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY – Today is an off day in Utah for the NBA Summer League, formerly known as the Rocky Mountain Revue. Two-thirds of the way through the round-robin tournament the Spurs have defeated both the Utah Jazz and Philadelphia 76ers’ summer league teams. Armed with two ringers in Kyle Anderson and Jonathon Simmons […]


Spurs 2016 Season Review: Kawhi Leonard

Unlike the robotic persona he’s come to easily portray, there is much to say about Kawhi Leonard and the type of year he had in 2015-16. Not only was the torch officially handed over to the man they call “the Klaw”, but he took the torch and ran with it. It’s safe to say that […]


Spurs Free Agency Day 6

It’s day six of the 2016 free agency period, and thus far, the San Antonio Spurs have received a verbal agreement from one free agent (Pau Gasol) and they’re working on adding one of their draft-and-stash pieces (Davis Bertans). But, to add pieces, the Spurs have had to subtract a key role player (Boris Diaw), and […]


Spurs survive late scare to defeat 76ers in Summer League

A poor shooting, 12-point fourth quarter nearly doomed the San Antonio Spurs, but a trio of heroic efforts helped lift the silver and black over the Philadelphia 76ers, 95-91 on Tuesday afternoon. San Antonio was led by Jonathon Simmons, who had a game-high 35 points, seven rebounds and five assists. Meanwhile, Kyle Anderson and Bryn […]

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France defeats Philippines in opening game of FIBA Olympic Qualifiers

The French National team got onto the right track in an effort to earn an Olympic qualifying bid, as France defeated the Philippines 93-84 Tuesday to win their first game of the FIBA Olympic Qualifiers. France was led by two San Antonio Spurs and one former Spur, as Tony Parker, Boris Diaw and Nando De […]


Spurs drop Jazz in Utah Summer League opener

The San Antonio Spurs have started the post-Durantpocalypse era with a 90-69 victory over the Utah Jazz to kick off the Utah Summer League. Leading the way for the Summer Spurs was Kyle Anderson, who stuffed the stat sheet with 25 points, seven rebounds, three assists and four steals in 26 minutes of action. Anderson’s […]