Days Off Will Do Wonders for San Antonio Spurs’ Veteran Players
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The San Antonio Spurs got off to a quick start to the season as they sit at the top of the Western Conference with a 9-1 record. The team, led by Gregg Popovich, has been playing some good basketball on […]

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San Antonio Spurs NBA Playoffs

The San Antonio Spurs came into the 2014 NBA Playoffs ranked as the No. 1 seed in the West, with the expectations of at least making it to the Western Conference Finals. However, the Western Conference of the NBA is […]

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Manu Ginobili Spurs Mavs

The San Antonio Spurs had to fight for their game one victory over the Dallas Mavericks to kick off their run in the 2014 NBA Playoffs, but I’d suspect that they’ll take a 1-0 lead any way they can get […]

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In the opening game of the first-round matchup between the No. 8 seeded Dallas Mavericks and No. 1 seeded San Antonio Spurs, Greg Popovich and his aged Spurs looked to be running away with the game early after jumping ahead […]

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Gregg Popovich

With the Western Conference wrapped up, the San Antonio Spurs were not overly concerned with the Houston Rockets on Monday night. Yes, the Rockets swept the season series with San Antonio, but there is a bigger picture that Gregg Popovich […]

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Danny Green

The last meeting between the San Antonio Spurs and the Phoenix Suns resulted in a Spurs loss that would spark a 19-game winning streak. What happened this time? Oh, just clinching the top seed in the Western Conference and solidifying […]

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Tim Duncan

The San Antonio Spurs have defeated the Dallas Mavericks in eight consecutive meetings prior to Thursday night’s game, so the victory was inevitable. But the win was not as easy as the Spurs may have perceived it would be. With […]

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Tim Duncan

Technically, the San Antonio Spurs were not even supposed to play the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday night, so maybe the 110-91 thrashing doesn’t count, right? Wrong. The loss is all too real and the absence of Tony Parker was even […]

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