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Monday, December 22, 2014

Articles tagged: San Antonio Spurs

Spurs interested in Marc Gasol to replace Tim Duncan?

Tim Duncan is not going to play forever, which means the San Antonio Spurs need to start thinking about replacing the cornerstone of their franchise. Is Marc Gasol an option to fill that role? According to Frank Isola of the New York Daily News, Gasol is being “targeted as a possible replacement” for Duncan if…Read More

Spurs giving out replica championship rings to fans on opening night

The San Antonio Spurs captured their fifth NBA championship earlier this year. When they open the new season on October 28, the players won’t be the only ones receiving championship rings. The team announced on Tuesday fans will receive replica rings as part of the festivities that include the raising of the championship banner and…Read More

Spurs needed to lose last year in order to get revenge on Heat

**This post is sponsored by Chrysler** Does any elixir taste sweeter than a dose of revenge? Probably not if you ask the San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs finally got revenge on the Miami Heat a year after blowing Game 6 of the NBA Finals. The Spurs were up 94-89 with 22 seconds left last year…Read More

Manu Ginobili talks about evolution of Spurs’ offense

What’s so impressive about the San Antonio Spurs is how they’ve had such a prolonged period of excellence with the same core group of players. The Spurs won their fifth NBA championship Sunday. Gregg Popovich has been the coach for all five, and Tim Duncan was one of the star players for all five. Tony…Read More

Spurs are the best team in the NBA and straight up showing it

The San Antonio Spurs finished the regular season with the best record in the NBA, and they have shown throughout the playoffs — and especially in the NBA Finals — that they are the best team in the league. San Antonio has shocked most fans, pundits and onlookers by not just winning two straight games…Read More

Air conditioner broken in San Antonio impacts Game 1

The air conditioning inside the AT&T Center in San Antonio stopped working early in the second quarter of Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night, and it had an impact on the game. Not only were fans constantly fanning themselves to keep cool, but players were tiring out quicker than they normally would….Read More

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