When you are sitting back and watching a San Antonio Spurs game, there is one thing you may or may not have noticed the team not doing much of that other teams do. In fact, the Clippers named their tam after this type of action, "Lob City." This just in, the San Antonio […]
It appears San Antonio could be the potential landing spot for Josh Smith, according to Sam Amico via Fox Sports Ohio. San Antonio could emerge as a potential landing spot for Smith, according to an Eastern Conference GM. With Smith’s expiring contract, it is believed the Spurs wouldn’t have to surrender much in return — […]
For DeJuan Blair, game three of the Western Conference Semifinals was a tale of two halves. The first half he was a game changer, providing instant energy off the bench and overpowering Louis Amundson and even Amare Stoudemire in the paint. In the second half, Blair seemed almost nonexistent. He finished the game with six […]
Here is the final top 5 West teams for 2008. 1. Lakers — Beating the Celtics was huge for this team. They had to prove they are better team than the C’s and pulled off the victory in the final quarter. Moving Walton to the small forward position was a great move by Phillip Jackson. […]
To all our faithful readers of Project Spurs and listeners of the Spurscast, myself and Mike DeLeon wish your family a very merry Christmas. Hope you get everything you want this holiday season and thank you for your continued support.
This is another in a series of Gameday Q&A’s I’ll be having with other NBA and team bloggers once a week. For tonight’s game, I talked to Ben York from Ben’s Suns Blog. Also be sure and checkout Ben’s questions for me and my responses. 1. What are your thoughts on the acquisition of Jason […]
Western Conference Top 5 teams for the week of December 22, 2008. 1. Lakers — Is this team losing some steam? They lost to the Magic and lost to the Heat. Also Farmar is injured thus depleting their bench. Still this team is still th ebest in the West but another team is right on […]
A look ahead at the Spurs games for the week. Date: Monday, December 22 (7:30) Team: Sacramento Kings (H) TV: FSW Why you should care: It seems like most of the Spurs wins have been against the bottom feeders of the NBA. The Kings are one of those bottom feeders. The Spurs have to win […]
Looks like the Suns are starting the smack talk a little early for next week’s game.
By now I’m sure you’ve listened to our game preview podcast with HornetsHype, read the Gameday Q&A with Hornets.com and saw our own David Thiessen’s rival report on hornets.com. So what’s left? Oh right the game. We’ll be liveblogging throughout the game so go ahead and let your voice be heard and leave a comment.
This is the second in a series of Gameday Q&A’s I’ll be having with other NBA and team bloggers once a week. For tonight’s game, I talked to Jim Eichenhofer from Hornets.com. Also be sure and checkout Spurscast 140, which is a Hornets preview with HornetsHype.com. 1. As you know, tonight’s game will be a […]
I know that Michael posted a Q&A with Jim Eichenhofer from Hornets.com, but I too have a Q&A to add! For the past year I’ve corresponded with Jim whenever the Hornets host the Spurs, answering some questions for the Rival Report, which appears on the front page of Hornets.com. I also participate in Southwest Division […]
If this scenario happened another million times, it wouldn’t play out the way it has. March 29, 1998. The Spurs beat the Pacers, and a young Tim Duncan recorded 24 points. He also signed a card for an 11 year old boy. Today, that boy occupies the locker 2 stalls down from Tim Duncan. 22 […]
In an interview with the enemy, I got a chance to talk to Sarah and Mike from one of my favorite New Orleans Hornets blogs, HornetsHype, to preview Wednesday night’s game between the Spurs and Hornets, which will be a rematch of the Western Conference semifinals. We break down the game, go over the individual […]
Confidence. It’s that often talked about, always sought for and rarely found intangible that can make the difference between success and failure. Sports psychologists and athletes talk reverently about that place called “the zone”. Kobe Bryant’s 81 points? In the zone. Carmelo Anthony’s recent 33 point quarter? In the zone. It’s when players talk about […]