Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76DducOn-TU The San Antonio Spurs know they have the defending champions coming to town on Saturday. The danger of not looking past the Portland Trail Blazers. Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge made sure that did not happen. Aldridge and Leonard combined for 44 points as the Spurs earned a 118-110 victory over the Blazers […]
San Antonio Spurs rookie forward, Jonathon Simmons, has been assigned to the Austin Spurs, per a release sent out by the San Antonio Spurs. The NBA-DL assignment comes after Simmons missed the last three games against the Bulls, Thunder and Clippers due to an illness. It’s the second NBA-DL assignment this season for Simmons. He […]
News broke last week that Peter Holt would be retiring from his position as Spurs Sports and Entertainment’s chairman and chief executive officer, a title he held for the last 20 years. His wife, Julianna Hawn Holt, will assume both roles and has appointed Rick Pych, an employee of SS&E since 1993, as co-CEO. “It […]
AT&T CENTER – Prior to Tuesday in the month of March, San Antonio Spurs forwards Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge had scored over 20 points together in 5 of the Spurs’ 7 March games. During those five games, the Spurs went 4-1 with a point margin of +6.4 points per game. Tuesday, with the Western […]
Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsQnlDQZlKk The San Antonio Spurs have been a solid fourth quarter team much of the season. When shots aren’t falling early, they hit them when it matters most. And they did just that once again to remain perfect at home. Kawhi Leonard had 20 points as he led the Spurs to a 108-87 victory […]
It wasn’t too long ago that the Chicago Bulls were pegged as the hopeful antagonist to the Cleveland Cavaliers’ reign over the Eastern Conference. These days, the Bulls are just hoping to make it into the playoffs. The extreme turnaround for the organization has been a painful one to watch, and that is said in […]
Just as the Spurs are bracing for the stretch run, so are the Warriors. These two titans-of-the-hardwood (sorry) are more likely to meet in the Western Conference Finals than Batman vs. Superman being a great movie. So, they’re gonna meet. So what could spoil the plans? Ryan breaks it all down with special guests Ben Bornstein and Paul Garcia, on the latest Spurscast.
SAN ANTONIO – Thursday night I was at the AT&T Center where the San Antonio Spurs knocked off the shorthanded Chicago Bulls and then Matt Bonner hosted a Coolio concert. Early the next morning I was at the Westin Riverwalk to talk about sausage with Patty Mills. How’s that for an attention grabbing introduction, 8th […]
AT&T CENTER – For the season as a whole, the San Antonio Spurs make 7.1 three pointers on 18.7 attempts per game, which ranks them as the second best 3-point shooting team in the league at 38.1% from beyond the arc. The last time the Spurs made more than seven 3-pointers in a game was […]
In a recent episode of KSAT12’s Race for Seis Webcast show, Project Spurs’ Paul Garcia joined host RJ Marquez to discuss what the signing of Kevin Martin could do for the Spurs’ offense, the development and growth of Kawhi Leonard this season, and the two previewed Saturday’s headlining matchup between the Spurs and Oklahoma City […]
Things look a little different in San Antonio since the last time we checked in on the ups and downs of the Spurs. The easiest thing to pick out after flipping on the game against the Bulls Thursday night was the state of the bench. Gone are young point guard Ray McCallum and veteran swingman Rasual Butler. Replacing […]
Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwLNWiO8dCs San Antonio Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich said he is viewing this five-game homestand as a ‘final exam’ for his team as the season gets closer to ending. The first test was difficult, but they passed with one final push. Kawhi Leonard scored 26 points and grabbed seven rebounds as he led the […]
With the San Antonio Spurs preparing to face the Oklahoma City Thunder Saturday, Project Spurs’ own Paul Garcia and Tom Petrini joined the Go Spurs Go Memes Podcast to not only breakdown Saturday’s marquee game, but also all sorts of news regarding the Spurs and NBA as a whole. Joined by host Ray, Frank the […]
• What we’re reading As part of 90s week on Hardwood Paroxysm, Jeremy Conlin talks about former Spur and Hall-of-Famer David Robinson being underrated and under-appreciated. David Robinson is way, way better than anyone cares to remember these days. He may be the most statistically unimpeachable player of the Jordan-and-since era other than Jordan. He’s […]
A pair of roster moves highlighted an undefeated week for the Austin Spurs, as head coach Ken McDonald’s squad inches closer to clinching a playoff spot. Sunday’s matinee against the Idaho Stampede was the ultimate back and forth matchup, with 10 lead changes happening in the third quarter alone. But a strong fourth quarter, led […]
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs improved to 55-10 on the season Thursday with a 109-101 victory over the Chicago Bulls. In the victory, the Spurs’ two leading scorers, Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge combined for 55 points, as Leonard scored 29 points and Aldridge 26. When going through the data, Thursday marked the […]
Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwKmYdcHVZw The San Antonio Spurs began an important five-game home-stand on Thursday night that will provide plenty of tests for the Silver and Black. They past their first test as they kept their home winning streak in tact for another night. Kawhi Leonard had 29 points as he led the Spurs to a 109-101 […]
When you look at his base statistics, Kevin Martin shot 36.9% from 3-point range in 39 games with the Minnesota Timberwolves this season. Now that Martin has signed with San Antonio Spurs and he has yet to play a game with his new team, Martin’s versatility and shot options from 3-point range indicate that he […]
The Red Mamba is back. Well, he never left. Thank heavens. Now with Kevin Martin, are the Spurs poised to take down the Western Conference leading Warriors? Is Kawhi Leonard a realistic MVP candidate? Could Jose take down a sumo wrestler? Jose and Ryan break it all down on the latest Spurscast.
From Spurs press release:
Spurs Sports & Entertainment today announced that Peter M. Holt has retired as the organization’s Chairman and CEO and that Julianna Hawn Holt will assume both roles. Peter has held the position since 1996 when the Holts became the largest shareholder in San Antonio Spurs, LLC. Peter will remain on the organization’s board of managers and continue as part of the ownership group while Julianna will become the team’s Governor on the NBA’s Board of Governors.
“I’m proud of what we’ve achieved over the last two decades,” said Peter Holt. “The championships are wonderful, bringing new sports franchises to San Antonio is important but the biggest accomplishment for me will always be the impact we’ve had in our community. The pride, support and love that our city has for the Spurs is truly amazing.”