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Raptors’ Nick Nurse still undecided between Serge Ibaka and Marc Gasol for starting center vs. Spurs

Marc Gasol has come off the bench in his first three games with the Toronto Raptors while the more tenured Serge Ibaka continues to start at center. According to Josh Lewenberg of TSN, Raptors head coach Nick Nurse is still undecided on which of the two “Spaniards” to match up with LaMarcus Aldridge


Another Nail-Biting Finish For Spurs Makes Unusual Scenario Realistic

2017-18 could have proved disastrous for the San Antonio Spurs. Kawhi Leonard, the team’s best player, only suited up nine times and yet, this was a 47-win playoff team in a rigorous Western Conference. They only finished seventh, due to a second-half collapse that barely let them into the postseaso


Raptors’ Marc Gasol relishing opportunity to face brother, Spurs’ Pau Gasol

The Toronto Raptors host the San Antonio Spurs on Friday, which means we get to see Marc Gasol face off against his older brother Pau Gasol. The Gasol brothers are at different stages of their careers right now.


People Who Make San Antonio Great: The Alamo City wouldn't be what it is without Red McCombs

SAN ANTONIO — Corpus Christi-bred car dealer Billy Joe McCombs, nicknamed Red because of his noticeable hair, came to San Antonio in 1958. Not long after, he launched a Ford dealership which blossomed into an auto empire, defying his critics.


OPINION: The case for and against Danny Green's number eventually being retired by Spurs

SAN ANTONIO - Wedged between a forgettable rookie season in Cleveland and a solid showing in Toronto this year, Danny Green spent eight stellar seasons shooting 3s and providing exceptional defense for the Spurs.


Rudy Gay defends Spurs' status: 'We're just building character'

The San Antonio Spurs, while continuing to hang on to the vestiges of their golden era by boasting the NBA's longest active playoff-berth streak at 21 straight seasons, are also familiar with a new normal: the postseason bubble.


San Antonio Spurs: DeMar DeRozan is the most relatable NBA superstar

Shooting guard DeMar DeRozan of the San Antonio Spurs gave some insight into his psyche, confirming that he is the most relatable superstar in the NBA. Picture this: your job, while meaningful to you in its own way, demands you to push your physical strength and mental durability on a daily basis. Y


Spurs HC Gregg Popovich to be inducted into Air Force Athletics Hall of Fame

On Wednesday afternoon, the U.S. Air Force Academy announced their 2019 Air Force Athletics Hall of Fame class. Headlining their class is decorated San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich. Via the Air Force Academy’s Twitter:


Spurs rookie Lonnie Walker IV fueled by being around All-Star Weekend

Lonnie Walker IV was in attendance for the 2019 NBA All-Star weekend, and it was a big moment for the San Antonio Spurs rookie. While making an appearance to support Spurs teammate LaMarcus Aldridge and promote Adidas as part of a recently signed endorsement deal, Lonnie Walker IV admitted that the


Members of Spurs 1999 team recall road to first championship

SAN ANTONIO -- June 1999 will be a date etched into San Antonio Spurs' history as the first time the franchise netted its first NBA title. The Spurs took out the Knicks 4-1 en route to a celebration on the world famous Madison Square Garden, the passing of the torch from David Robinson to Tim Duncan


The biggest issue facing every NBA team in the second half

With two full months of the 2018-19 NBA regular season now behind us, fans and pundits alike have a pretty solid grasp on what each and every team within the league is at this point as we move closer to the New Year and the halfway mark of the league's long and, sometimes, arduous schedule.


Spurs’ LaMarcus Aldridge to DeMar DeRozan — ‘You’re going to be here a long time, I’ve only got a couple of years left’

If you stopped watching the NBA during the summer of 2016, you probably would not even recognize the San Antonio Spurs anymore. Gone are Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker, with Duncan and Ginobili riding off into retirement and Parker signing with the Charlotte Hornets this past offseason.


Locked On Spurs: Surprises from the first half

SAN ANTONIO — On this episode of Locked On Spurs, host Jeff Garcia andJoe Garcia of 2 Shots Podcast discuss a couple of the first-half surprises from the San Antonio Spurs. What or who has been a pleasant surprise before the All-Star break?


San Antonio Spurs Midseason Awards: Best Shooter

The San Antonio Spurs’ best shooter at the midway point of the season has provided a spark to a high-flying bench offense. Most games from the San Antonio Spurs start one of two ways.


Locked On Spurs: Ready player one

SAN ANTONIO -- On this episode of Locked On Spurs, the San Antonio Spurs will host for the first time an e-Sports night on March 16 at the ATT&T Center. To discuss the event I am joined by Chris Saenz, the organizer of the event and founder of Alamo City e-Leagues.


The Mid Three plan on creating their own Spurs legacy

All Spurs fans should know what the ”Mid Three” refers to by now. For anyone who doesn’t, it’s the trio of LaMarcus Aldridge, Rudy Gay and DeMar DeRozan, but why they’re called that may depend on who you ask. To some, it’s because they are the ultimate NBA trio of mid-range shooters, playing a throw


The Spurs’ clutch performance after timeouts has been disturbing

Despite their 16-11 record in games that are within 5 points in the last 5 minutes, the Spurs have suffered more than their fair share of late game failures this season. The 21-point collapse against the Bulls in mid-December is the first that comes to mind, but they also almost choked away a couple


Lonnie Walker IV doesn't know when Popovich is joking

SAN ANTONIO -- San Antonio Spurs' Gregg Popovich has a reputation as a no-nonsense head coach. If things aren't going right on the court, he won't hesitate to call a timeout just seconds into the game and correct the team with a verbal lashing. Other times, he likes to fool around with the players l


Growing up in Texas, Spurs great Manu Ginobili had a huge impact on Kings' De'Aaron Fox

CHARLOTTE -- Sacramento Kings' De'Aaron Fox was born and raised in Texas. He attended high school in Cypress, TX which is not too far from San Antonio. And growing up in Texas during the Spur's dynasty era allowed Fox to witness San Antonio Spurs legend Manu Ginobili's game first-hand. It also had a


San Antonio Spurs: 3 options for this year’s draft picks

With multiple first round picks in year’s draft and their own second round pick, the San Antonio Spurs have plenty of options ahead of draft night. The San Antonio Spurs changed the makeup of their franchise’s present and future when they sent a disgruntled Kawhi Leonard to Toronto.