Open Thread: Spurs role players step up

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Forbes, Murray, and Paul started against the Suns and proved their worth. For the second time in a week, Gregg Popovich turned to his bench to fill holes in the roster. Although Kawhi Leonard is expected to return this week, he has yet to set a sneakered foot onto the hardwood. Kyle Anderson joined him …

Spurs hang for a win over the Suns

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San Antonio survives their fifth game in seven days After nearly 30 games this season, patterns have begun to emerge in Spurs victories, even ones missing six key rotation players. Part of that comes down to having a deep roster, but a lot of it should be attributed to the way Pop and co. keep …

Spurs vs. Suns live stream: How to watch online

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On Saturday night, the San Antonio Spurs will travel to Phoenix and battle the Suns. A look at how to watch this online. After defeating the Boston Celtics, 105-102, the San Antonio Spurs will return to the court for another game. This will be the start of a three-game road trip, with the first stop …

The Good Book of Manu Ginobili continues

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The soul of the Spurs is still beating. Basketball Sanctuary The 40-year-old Argentinian wonder closed out both halves for the San Antonio Spurs in dramatic fashion, like he’s so often done over the past 16 seasons. A buzzer beater at the end of the first half gave the Spurs their first lead against the league …

Spurs Playbook: Tony Parker’s patented push

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The Frenchman’s penchant for attacking unsettled defenses is an element San Antonio’s offense has missed. When you’ve run the show for the better part of 16 years, like the Spurs’ Tony Parker has, you pick up on the recurring defects in NBA defenses and learn how to exploit those little glitches to turn them into …

Open Thread: Manu Ginobili hits game-winner to sink Celtics

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The Argentine ended both halves with back-breaking threes It snowed in San Antonio Thursday evening, then on Friday night Manu Ginobili made it rain. Ginobili!! Ending quarters with a flourish for 16 years and counting. #StillManu pic.twitter.com/qh7ha4CXJ7 — J.R. Wilco (@jollyrogerwilco) December 9, 2017 And that was after he had done almost the exact same …