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Report: Spurs have scouted Emmanuel Mudiay

Thursday evening Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports released an article describing how potential future 2015 first-round draft pick Emmanuel Mudiay’s future with the Chinese power team Guangdong, is not clear at the moment, after Mudiay suffered an ankle sprain, that has kept him out of Guangdong’s last four games. While NBA teams await to see […]


A sneak peek at Tony Parker’s PEAK TP9-II Christmas edition sneakers

Project Spurs’ friends over at San Antonio’s own 94 Feet of Greatness, have released a sneak peek at San Antonio Spurs’ Tony Parker’s PEAK TP9-II Christmas sneakers edition. As you will see, the laces reflect the holiday colors while the sneakers themselves are white with Parker’s signature logo bearing Christmas colors.

Video: Davis Bertans shows his rapid offensive development

If the following video is any indication, San Antonio Spurs foreign prospect, forward Davis Bertans, is developing his offensive game quite rapidly.

Versus Olympiakos, Bertans put on an all-around offesnive game, showing off his impressive range, ability to get to the rim, knack to find the open man and much more. However, the video did not show his defensive chops which he’ll need if he wants any shot at making it on the Spurs.

Check out Davis’ 17-point performance and leave your comments on your thoughts on this players stashed overseas. (more…)

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About A Loss: Spurs 93, Nets 95

With 1:38 left in overtime Wednesday in Brooklyn, San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green sank his sixth 3-pointer of the night, to cut the Nets’ lead down 95-93. Over the next 1:38 remaining, the Spurs would get three other attempts to tie or take the lead, but as had been the story throughout the night, […]


5 things to watch: Spurs vs. Nets

The San Antonio Spurs (13-4) will visit the Brooklyn Nets tonight in New York City. The Spurs are coming off a 109-103 win over the Sixers. Kawhi Leonard finished with 26 points to lead the Spurs to the win. This will be the last meeting between the two teams this season. The Spurs scored a […]


After nasty fall in Boston, Cory Joseph gets his tooth fixed in Philly

When the San Antonio Spurs visited the Boston Celtics recently, guard Cory Joseph took a nasty spill where he landed face first on the court which resulted in his front tooth being chipped. It got some laughs from his teammates but Cory wasn’t about to let the chipped tooth become a signature look a la […]


The Biggest Mistake In Franchise History

During the mid-90s, the San Antonio Spurs enjoyed relative success. David Robinson was coming into his own, the team had figured out that the Alamodome was a cavernous home-court advantage that frightened many opposing players, and the Spurs were enjoying a good deal of regular success. In 1994-95, the Bob Hill-led Spurs finished with an […]


Tim Duncan: Hall-of-Famer, Philanthropist

San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan is widely known for his on-court abilities, quiet demeanor, basketball acumen, and propensity for getting so excited over shoes that he knocks over plants. The part of Tim Duncan that isn’t particularly well-known to the general public is his philanthropic work. Duncan, through his foundation, has made a donation of […]

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Pop’s win-loss record after 15 games has been really good

The San Antonio Spurs may have gotten off to a slow start in the 2014-15 NBA season, but now have rattled off eight wins in a row and are sitting at 13-4. However, despite this slow start, the Spurs under the Gregg Popovich era have been really good after 15 games since his debut season […]


The Red Mamba just found the perfect company to represent

San Antonio Spurs’ Matt Bonner, or the Red Mamba as you might know him, has signed on to become the brand ambassador for the most perfect company ever. It’s not New Balance, it’s not a sandwich company (sorry Subway, Jersey Mike’s, Quiznos fans etc), but Big Red soft drink. For those that don’t know, Big Red […]


Mark Cuban has had some good ideas. This is not one of them

Dallas’ Mark Cuban has had some good ideas — that’s generally how you get rich — but his most recent one is probably not his best. He wants some conference realignment, which seems alright so far, but then he wants four Western teams and four Eastern teams to switch places. OK, this is still not […]

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About A Win: Spurs 109, 76ers 103

With 59 seconds left in the fourth quarter in Philadelphia Monday evening, the winless 76ers were 59 seconds, two stops, and six points away from earning their first win of the season, as they were trailing the San Antonio Spurs by five, 101-96. On the ensuing offensive possession, Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard, who has been […]

Video: Marco Belinelli posterizes Sixers’ Sims

San Antonio Spurs’ Marco Belinelli is known for his deadly three-point shooting but tonight versus the Sixers, he showed he can dunk with authority.

While driving to the rim in the first half of tonight’s game, Marco absolutely crushed 76’ers’ Henry Sims while climbing for the dunk. (more…)


5 things to watch: Spurs vs. Sixers

The San Antonio Spurs (12-4) will visit the hapless Philadelphia 76’ers (0-16) tonight in Philadelphia. The Spurs are coming off a 111-89 road win over Boston. Danny Green led the Spurs with 18 points while Aron Baynes and Kawhi Leonard finished with 13 and 12 points, respectively, for San Antonio. The Sixers are coming off a […]