What Carmelo Anthony to the Thunder means for the Spurs

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Another star joining a rival is far from ideal, but the Spurs’ continuity should continue to shine. The Spurs have been a fixture at the top of the West—no less than a two seed since 2010—but this summer’s shake-up of NBA superstars, with almost all heading or staying in the conference, has left many wondering if San Antonio can remain …

Spurs among teams in the race for Dwyane Wade

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According to Woj, Spurs are one of three leaders to land the veteran shooting guard. Dwyane Wade and the Chicago Bulls have reached a buyout agreement. According to Adrian Wojnarowski, the Spurs, Cavaliers, and Heat are the front runners to land his services. Oklahoma City could also be in the mix. Sources: Cleveland, San Antonio and Miami are leaders for …

Report: San Antonio Spurs are interested in Dwayne Wade

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The San Antonio Spurs are reportedly a frontrunner for Dwyane Wade’s services. He was bought out by the Chicago Bulls on Sunday night. The San Antonio Spurs will prep for the 2017-18 season this week, as training camp starts on Tuesday. The roster looked set, as it’s full from the offseason acquisitions that were made. […] Report: San Antonio Spurs …

Tony Parker says he’s cleared to return to the court

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After a nasty injury in the 2017 NBA playoffs, San Antonio’s veteran point guard is ready to return far ahead of schedule. San Antonio’s veteran point guard, Tony Parker, is apparently ready to return to action by the start of the season. Parker suffered a left quadriceps tear in the playoffs last season and it didn’t look like he’d be …

Rudy Gay compares East, West to WCW, WWE

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San Antonio Spurs forward Rudy Gay made a comical comparison of the Eastern and Western Conferences to the old WCW and WWE. The San Antonio Spurs didn’t make a headline-grabbing move in the offseason, unlike other Western Conference teams. Their biggest move was Rudy Gay, while the Rockets acquired Chris Paul, the Thunder picked up […] Rudy Gay compares East, …

San Antonio Spurs: 2017-18 season prep starts on Monday

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The official Road to the 2017-18 NBA season begins on Monday for the San Antonio Spurs, with three weeks of activities before Opening Night. Monday, Sep. 25 marks the start of prep for the 2017-18 NBA season for the San Antonio Spurs, as they eye the 2018 championship. Media Day will kick this off, with Spurs […] San Antonio Spurs: 2017-18 …

San Antonio Spurs: Damian Lillard on LaMarcus Aldridge leaving for SAS

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LaMarcus Aldridge’s former teammate on the Portland Trail Blazers, Damian Lillard, discussed his departure to the San Antonio Spurs in 2015. LaMarcus Aldridge arrived to the San Antonio Spurs in the 2015 offseason. He signed a four-year deal to join the second team of his career. The previous nine seasons were spent with the Portland […] San Antonio Spurs: Damian …

Richard Jefferson: Tim Duncan was better than Kobe Bryant

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Yet another player chiming to support Big Fun. Former Spurs player, Richard Jefferson, confirmed something we all knew on the Pardon My Take podcast. Jefferson was asked who had the better career: Kobe Bryant or Tim Duncan. Let’s just say that RJ wasn’t shy about his answer. For immediate release. Please credit Pardon My Take #EmbraceDebate pic.twitter.com/8A6T7vRt01 — Pardon My …

San Antonio Spurs: 3 questions after Carmelo Anthony-Thunder trade

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Questions to ask for the San Antonio Spurs after the Oklahoma City Thunder traded for Carmelo Anthony on Saturday afternoon. Around the San Antonio Spurs, Western Conference teams dropped bombshell acquisitions in the 2017NBA offseason. The Houston Rockets acquired Chris Paul; the Minnesota Timberwolves traded for Jimmy Butler and signed Jeff Teague; the Oklahoma City […] San Antonio Spurs: 3 …