The short answer to that question? Nothing. But of course that’s not what you’re here to read. You want facts and anecdotes telling you why the San Antonio Spurs will be just fine despite their 2-3 record. A few things we can point to early in the season are injuries by Tiago Spliitter, Marco Belinelli, and […]
Popular national sports talk show host/actor/comic Jay Mohr sat down with Project Spurs to discuss his career, why he’s so crazy about the San Antonio Spurs and the city of San Antonio, his ties to the Alamo City, and his visit to San Antonio. When asked about his choice of going from comedy to acting […]
Project Spurs recently held a season celebration over at the Busted Sandal Brewing Company. While we were enjoying the excellent brews on tap, we whipped out the recorder (app) and asked a few questions about the San Antonio Spurs. (more…)
Here are the full highlights and post-game interview from Kawhi Leonard last night against the Pelicans which resulted in a 100-99 loss for the San Antonio Spurs.
Kawhi Leonard finished with 14 points, 14 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal, and 1 block.
With two seconds left in the fourth quarter Saturday, San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard attempted a corner 3-pointer that was blocked by New Orleans Pelicans forward Tyreke Evans. Leonard grabbed the loose ball and hoisted a 9-foot floater that could have won the game for San Antonio, but instead, the shot rimmed out, and […]
Yahoo! Sports’ “The Big E Sports Show” with Elissa Walker Campbell invited Project Spurs’ own Jeff Garcia once again to talk all things San Antonio Spurs.
Elissa and Jeff broke down the Spurs slow start to the season and tackle life without Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili. They also touched on the Kawhi Leonard contract issues and whether or not he is deserving of such a huge payday.
All this and much more on “The Big E Sports Show.” (more…)
For the past two decades, the San Antonio Spurs have prided themselves on having the highest quality product in the NBA on the court and the highest caliber personnel off of it. From David Robinson to Tim Duncan to Fabricio Oberto and Rasho Nesterovic to Tony Parker and Boris Diaw, Spurs know how to fit […]
The San Antonio Spurs (2-2) look to bounce back from a huge loss to Houston tonight at the AT&T Center as they host Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans (2-2). The Spurs are coming off an 81-98 loss to the Rockets. Cory Joseph led the team with 18 points as the Spurs played without […]
The San Antonio Spurs drafted David Robinson No. 1 overall in the 1987 NBA Draft but had to wait until 1989 for his NBA debut as he served a two-year Naval commitment. Once he made his NBA debut, Robinson exploded on the scene and fans and coaching staff saw the discipline and work ethic he […]
Aside from being a talented pro-basketball player, San Antonio Spurs’ Boris Diaw also has a couple of talents off the court. He has a knack for photography, and showed off his acting chops in a short film titled “5 Advices for a Robbery,” where he seeks revenge after his dog is killed. But it seems he will […]
With the San Antonio Spurs resting five guys on their roster, rookie Kyle Anderson was bound to get in the game and get his first minutes of action. He did, but not before getting whistled for a delay of game.
He didn’t kick the ball around, he did’t throw the ball anywhere, he didn’t impede another player’s path to inbound the ball. Nope. Kyle had part of his jersey un-tucked going into the game. You read that right.
Referee Courtney Kirkland took it upon himself to put the young gun in his place and make he respected the game with that tucked in jersey! (more…)
AT&T CENTER – Prior to the San Antonio Spurs’ second win of the season Wednesday over the Atlanta Hawks, I spoke with a player on the Hawks’ roster who was rumored to have been a free agent the Spurs were interested in this past summer, when the player was a free agent. That player was […]
AT&T CENTER – You remember the days of Patrick Ewing, David Robinson, Hakeem Olajuwon, Charles Oakley, Shaquille O’Neal and other big men from the NBA’s past? They were your typical back-to-the-basket, muscle towards the rim, back you down centers. Rarely did you see them stray away from the paint ready to take a timely three-pointer […]
It looked like a preseason game in November for the San Antonio Spurs. With five players out and playing the second night of a back-to-back, the tall task of beating the undefeated Houston Rockets was nearly impossible from the opening tip. Dwight Howard had a game-high 32 points and pulled down 16 rebounds as the […]
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich has made it known he sits players on the second night of a back-to-back to give his older players a chance to rest. The trend will continue tonight as the silver and black play a road game against the Houston Rockets. Marco Belinelli (groin), Tim Duncan (rest), Manu […]