End of the Week Links – 03/06

The Spurs are on a roll winning three straight games beating the Phoenix Suns and defeating the New Orleans Hornets twice. With the West being competitive as ever, the Spurs need to sustain their momentum.

It’s now time for some recommended Spurs reading which get Project Spurs seal of awesomeness.
  • SPURS.COM – Mailbag: Coach Gregg Popovich answered some questions from Spurs fans. Check them out!
  • ESPN – Josh Whitling tells us with Duncan sitting the second nights of back to backs, DeJuan Blair will benefit.
  • San Antonio Express News – Mike Monroe says that George Hill is looking like a grizzled veteran in his sophomore year. I agree.
  • Bleacher Report – Taylor Smith thinks Father Time is catching up on the Celtics and the Spurs. The last time I checked the Spurs are getting younger.
  • Hoopsworld – Eric Pincus looked at the Spurs’ remaining schedule and says they could be out of the playoff hunt. Don’t count out the Spurs just yet.
  • San Antonio Express News – Mike Monroe hopes Jefferson might earn redemption in the playoffs. I hope so too.
  • HoopVibe – Oly Sandor thinks Finley’s release is perhaps most telling indicator that the San Antonio Spurs’ empire and run as contenders is over. He might be speaking too soon.
  • SPURS.COM – Sean Elliott to be inducted into Arizona Sports Hall of Fame. Congratulations Sean you deserved it!
  • San Antonio Express News – Mike Monroe: Putting together their first winning streak in two weeks worked wonders on the Spurs’ collective psyche.
  • Bleacher Report – Robert Kleeman believes the San Antonio Spurs can feel Tony Parker’s pain.
  • KENS 5 –  Dan Oshinsky is finding answers to the big stretch-run questions for the Spurs.
  • Pounding the Rock – Wayne Vore says not all shots are created equal. He explained it using the ATS shot charting system.
  • Mundo Albiceleste — John reminds Spurs fans what they lost in Scola and an update on what former Spur, Fabricio Oberto, is up to in Washington.
  • 48 Minutes of Hell – Timothy Varner talked about DeJuan Blair and thinks that Blair is one part Fabricio Oberto and one part Carl Landry. Good Read!
And don’t forget to check out these great articles from us here on Project Spurs.
The Spurs are winning with Richard Jefferson coming off the bench. As long as that trend continues, I don’t have a problem with that!

Next up are the Memphis Grizzlies, let’s hope that the Spurs will make it 4 straight! Be sure to visit us daily for more Spurs news, articles and podcast. Have a great weekend!
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