Houston’s Dwight Howard was a guest on ESPN’s SportsNation and was being, well, Dwight Howard. You know, clowning around, dunking on a mini-hoop, screaming his lungs out and dunking on ESPN staff.
Of course being the huge Spurs fan she is, SportsNation host, Michelle Beadle started the “Go Spurs Go” chant when Dwight dunked on her, yelled at the top of his lungs and proclaimed “The Spurs suck. Go Rockets baby!” (more…)
San Antonio Spurs rookie Kyle Anderson is back with the Austin Spurs and in his return to action against the Santa Cruz Warriors, he scored 26 points to lead Austin to the win.
Check out Anderson’s play where he showed off his shooting range including a nice alley-oop pass to his teammate for a thunderous dunk. (more…)
The San Antonio Spurs’ fans collectively gasped on Tuesday night when Tim Duncan left the game due to a hyper-extended elbow. The injury was caused by a blatant no-call that many took offense to, especially Duncan’s girlfriend Vanessa Macias. Apparently she was so upset, she voiced her disdain for the call on Twitter of course. […]
AT&T CENTER – Despite losing in overtime, where they held a six-point lead with 33.9 seconds remaining, the mood and atmosphere of the San Antonio Spurs wasn’t one of disappointment Thursday evening in their locker room, but instead, encouragement. “We got better tonight, we’ve been playing well,” said Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich after the […]
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (40-24) saw their six-game winning streak snapped tonight by the Cleveland Cavaliers (42-25) in overtime 128-125 thanks in large part to a spectacular performance by Cavs guard Kyrie Irving’s 57 point performance. Although the Spurs had the game in hand with minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, Kawhi […]
AT&T CENTER – It’s halftime in San Antonio, as the San Antonio Spurs are leading the Cleveland Cavaliers 64-62.
The Spurs were led by Tony Parker with 19 points while the Cavs are were led by Kyrie Irving with 22 points.
To recap the first half, Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia break down what went right and when went wrong for San Antonio in the first half.
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs (40-23) host the Cleveland Cavaliers (41-25) tonight in San Antonio in an East versus West clash. The Spurs are riding a 6-game winning streak and hope to send LeBron James and the Cavs a loss for the season and snap their 2-game win streak.
Heading into tonight’s game, in his pregame press conference, Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich announced Tim Duncan would play despite suffering a hyper-extended elbow injury against Toronto while Manu Ginobili is still questionable.
Here to preview tonight’s matchup and break everything down, is Project Spurs’ Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia in this special edition of the Spurscast.
The San Antonio Spurs (40-23) will look to get their seventh straight win tonight as they host the Cleveland Cavaliers (41-25) at the AT&T Center. The Spurs are coming off a 117-107 win over Toronto. Kawhi Leonard led the Spurs with 24 points and 11 rebounds while Tony Parker scored 23 and had 9 assists. The […]
If you know anything about college basketball, I’m sure Rick Barnes may sound like a familiar name. The head basketball coach for Austin’s UT Longhorns has had a pretty amazing career so far. Barnes’ first 14 seasons with UT led the basketball team to the NCAA Tournament. However, his style of play was a little […]
Everyone calls the San Antonio Spurs the “UN of the NBA” due to their roster being filled with international players. From France to Australia, the Silver and Black’s international squad has resulted in fans supporting the team from around the world. Head coach Gregg Popovich as well as Spurs General Manager R.C. Burford now have […]
The San Antonio Spurs six game winning streak comes in large part due to the resurgence of both Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard. The duo have averaged 47 combined points over the past four games, rekindling some of their fellow struggling teammates along the way. Just a week ago, many fans had either smashed the panic button or were preparing to do so. Is it too early now to say the Spurs season has finally turned the corner? Can Tony Parker sustain his current level of play or will health concerns rear its ugly head again?
Although he was not with the San Antonio Spurs at the time, former Spur Stephen Jackson (along with Metta World Peace) looked back at a defining moment in the NBA and for himself – the infamous “Malice at the Palace.”
Jackson played for Indiana after his days in San Antonio were over in 2004-2007. He received a 30-game suspension from the league after going into the stands and fighting with Detroit Pistons fans during that fateful night.
Speaking with Fox Sports Live, Jackson spoke about the incident where he said he didn’t know if he’s have a job after the brawl, how his involvement in the brawl negatively impacted his career, how the Pacers locker room was still buzzing after the game and how the brawl ended any hopes the Pacers had at winning a title. (more…)
Were you ever concerned? During a stretch where the annual questions arose about if the San Antonio Spurs were finished or not, they took some of the lower ranked teams in the NBA and wiped the floor with them. After beating Sacramento on the road by 11, the Spurs defeated the Suns by 27 in […]
The discussion of the 82-game NBA schedule and the strain it puts on the players has become a hot topic. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has responded to the complaints of too many back-to-back games with the possibility of an extended season that would end in July. Now you would think one San Antonio Spurs head […]
AT&T CENTER – 15, 34, 40, 10, 19 and now 26. What do those numbers represent? Those numbers indicate the largest lead the San Antonio Spurs have held in each of their last six games. Tuesday, with 7:08 minutes left in the third quarter, the Spurs’ lead would rise to 26, as they held a […]