Who Spurs fans should cheer for in The Finals

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When your team has been eliminated, it doesn’t mean that the season has to end. Regardless of the sport, whenever “your team” is not in the finals, a fan has several choices. First, the fan can decide that he doesn’t care about who wins, and not even pay attention to what happens after his team is eliminated. In my view, …

Steve Kerr’s son set to join Spurs as video coordinator

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Lose to the enemy? Employ his son. Warriors coach Steve Kerr’s son, Nick, is set to join the San Antonio Spurs as video coordinator in the offseason. Nick has been watching games with his father during Steve’s absence from the sidelines due to health problems, and will work with Gregg Popovich in San Antonio to gain more experience. Steve spoke …

Kyle Anderson 2016-17 season review: Still buffering

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Anderson’s production stagnated in year three, but he remains a deceptively effective, if underused, player. I’m convinced there’s a small demonination of Spurs fans that remains irrationally confident in Kyle Anderson’s potential. They note the awareness; the versatility; the drive to improve every possession on the margins. They shirk the importance of sheer explosiveness, even in today’s faster-paced game, and …

Why Jonathon Simmons will stay in San Antonio next season (and other Spurs off-season stuff)

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In the first ever installment of Three Man Weave, Michael Erler, Jesus Gomez and J.R. Wilco discuss everything that the Spurs’ front office will need to address this summer. Yesterday, I got together with Jesus Gomez and Michael Erler for a couple of hours and we had a wide-ranging conversation about what we expected from the San Antonio Spurs’ this …

Dewayne Dedmon has declined his player option

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The center has opted to become a free agent Dewayne Dedmon has declined his $3 million player option. This is in line with what most thought would happen as Dedmon’s performance in his one year with the San Antonio Spurs was enough for him to get a nice raise. Sources on @TheVertical: Spurs 7-footer Dewayne Dedmon reaches decision on $3M …

David Lee 2016-17 season review: The Spurs’ supercharged super sub

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The former All-Star carved out an important role in the Spurs’ fluid frontcourt rotation. David Lee joined the Spurs last summer with a résumé that included two All-Star selections, an All-NBA nod, and one absurd 37-20-10 triple double. He was by most accounts a high-character guy, helping shore up a frontcourt that had just been fundamentally rocked in the wake …

Tony Parker says he will come back stronger

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He won’t return until 2018, but says it’ll be worth the wait It would have been tough to beat a historically good Golden State Warriors team in the Western Conference Finals anyway, but maybe the Spurs might have had a better chance with Tony Parker on the team. The Frenchman ruptured his quadriceps in Game 2 of the West Semis …