Scottie Pippen prefers Tim Duncan to LeBron James

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When looking for the best power forward, Scottie Pippen goes old school. Ahead of All-Star weekend, First Take co-host Stephen A Smith created his “All-Time NBA All-Star Team”, with an emphasis on “team”, not necessarily the best players by position. His list consisted of Kevin Durant, LeBron James, Shaquille O’Neal, Steph Curry and Michael Jordan. Nothing to complain about there. …

Spurs put the brakes on losing skid with win over Pistons

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Fresh off a disappointing Rodeo Road Trip, the Spurs rode a strong defensive performance to get back to their winning ways, downing Detroit, 105-93. Minutes before the Spurs’ Wednesday tip-off, a promo on the AT&T Center jumbotron showed players talking up the energy and positive impact that the San Antonio crowd brings to games, followed a short while later by …

Spurs vs. Pistons Game Thread

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Welcome to the Game Thread. Veterans of the Game Thread know how we do things around here, but for all you newbies we have a few rules. Our community guidelines apply and basically say be cool, no personal attacks, don’t troll and don’t swear too much. Welcome to the game thread. The Spurs have returned to the AT&T Center, and …

Open Thread: Spurs highlight camp director Nevil Shed

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The Texas Western great serves the San Antonio community During last night’s game (which if you missed it, you weren’t missing much) there was one shining moment worthy of the telecast. The Spurs aired a video on Nevil Shed, the Spurs basketball camp director. In addition to his role with the Spurs, Shed serves as a motivational speaker. Nevil was …

San Antonio at Brooklyn, Final Score: Spurs end RRT with a 101-85 dud against the Nets

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Just like last night, no one besides the stars showed up to play. Second verse, same as the first. In a repeat of last night’s debacle against the Knicks, the Spurs were no better across the borough against the Brooklyn Nets. Once again the home team led almost wire-to-wire, jacking up (and making) threes against a lost Spurs defense, and …