• San Antonio Spurs’ Tim Duncan made the 2011 Western Conference All-Star team as a reserve but
“I thought Blake would get in because fans want to see dunks,” said Love. “Not taking anything away from (Duncan). His averages are down. He’s not the most exciting player. I didn’t see that happening, but the Spurs’ record and the coaches’ emphasis on winning . . . I guess they had to take another player from the Spurs.” (jsonline.com)
• Spurs’ Richard Jefferson has been much more aggressive of late and Spurs’ coach Gregg Popovich has taken notice:
“Richard did a good job of doing what he did at the beginning of the year: Catch it and let it go,” Popovich said. “No thinking. Let it fly or drive it. There’s no hesitation at all, and that’s what he did, and it’s nice to see. He’s playing real aggressively and doing a good job.” (Express News)
• Recently the city of San Antonio received some rare snow fall so what did Spurs fans do with the snowfall? Create a Spurs snowman of course!
Hit the jump to see the Spurs snowman and more news about your favorite team including how to win a free pair of tickets to the Spurs-Oklahoma City Thunder game this month in San Antonio courtesy of Project Spurs.
• Former Spurs’ player Garrett Temple has signed a second 10-day contract with the Milwaukee Bucks.
• Express News’ Tim Griffin shares some of his notes on the Spurs win over the Sacramento Kings.
• Reigning Black throws in their two-cents on the Spurs’ win over the Los Angeles Lakers.
• The guys at Celtics Late Night Show are having a heated debate on if Duncan was worthy to earn the spot on the All-Star West bench. Check out the comments.
• To enter for a chance to win a free pair of ticket to the Spurs-Thunder game at the AT&T Center this month just follow @projectspurstiq on Twitter.