Don’t spend any more time wondering about Chris Paul and the Spurs, he’s going to Houston

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Chris Paul will join James Harden in Houston After all of the rumors about Chris Paul being interested in signing with the San Antonio Spurs this offseason, the LA Clippers have just traded Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets. In return, the Clippers will receive Patrick Beverley, Lou Williams, Sam Dekker, and a 2018 first round pick. After Chris Paul …

Derrick White brims with Spursiness

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Here are today’s best Spurs news and articles. Derrick White already had the best story coming into the 2017 NBA Draft, and it just got even better after he was selected 29th overall by the San Antonio Spurs. Once again the Spurs have another player who started as an underdog but found his way to the big leagues through dedication, …

What Gregg Popovich’s beard means for the Spurs

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A man’s choice not to shave doesn’t always say something important about him. Then there’s the coach of the San Antonio Spurs. I suggest that the seasons since San Antonio’s last championship should be remembered as the Bearded Pop Era. Assuming he hasn’t shaved after recording his heartfelt contribution to the video message to Monty Williams for his Sager Strong …

San Antonio Spurs Rumors: Interest Shown in Andre Iguodala

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The San Antonio Spurs are among seven teams interested in Andre Iguodala, a free agent this summer. Through the first few weeks of the 2017 NBA offseason, the San Antonio Spurs have been linked to a handful of players. Paul George’s name came up, along with a George Hill reunion and Derrick Rose potentially making his […] San Antonio Spurs Rumors: …

What a Spurs trade for Paul George could look like

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Leading up to the NBA draft, there were rumblings of San Antonio and Indiana talking trades, but no details — which means it’s hypothesis time. It feels difficult to imagine that the Indiana Pacers won’t trade Paul George. If you leave aside the consensus blunder that was Chicago’s capitulation masquerading as the Jimmy Butler trade, the last 12 months have …