End of the Week Links – 02/13

The Spurs completed their Western road trip with a nice win over the Denver Nuggets. They will travel on the East coast and continue their road swing right after the All Star Break.

Now on to the links.
  • NBA.COM – David Aldridge answered questions from NBA bloggers, our very own Jeff Garcia asked him a couple of questions.
  • ESPN – Henry Abbott spitballing the playoffs
  • Yahoo! Sports – Adrian Wojnarowski says that the Spurs’ patience with Jefferson is running low.
  • KENS 5 – Dan Oshinsky wonders what kind of week has it been for the San Antonio Spurs.
  • San Antonio Express News – Jeff McDonald believes that Manu Ginobili is almost himself again. That’s good news for the Spurs.
  • Bleacher Report – Brandon Land tells us that the Spurs should be in panic mode.
  • 48 Minutes of Hell – Timothy Varner is agitating for a Spurs trade.
  • NBA.COM – David Aldridge thinks that Manu Ginobili might not be a Spur next season. I hope he’s wrong!
  • SLAM Online – Dan Ilika feels that the Spurs are on the brink of a bad breakup.
  • 48 Minutes of Hell –  Graydon Gordian discussed about closing one championship window and then cracking open another.
  • San Antonio Express News – Jeff McDonald: Popovich says Bowen not answer for Spurs.
  • 48 Minutes of Hell – Timothy Varner talked about the Spurs and takes a look at the team’s chemistry and shooting.
  • Hoopsnotes – Nando De Colo was named Player of The Week in Liga ACB.
  • NBA Playbook – Sebastian Pruiti breaks down some plays from the Lakers-Spurs game.
  • Bleacher Report – Kent Calhoun gave us reasons why the Spurs will not make it in this year’s playoffs.
  • Ball Don’t Lie – J.E. Skeets takes a look at the All-Star 2010 by the numbers.
  • ESPN – Rookies break Sophomore hex in Dallas. Tim Legler gave grades to the Rookie and Sophomore class.
And don’t forget to read these great articles from us here at Project Spurs this past week.
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