Game Preview: San Antonio Spurs at Indiana Pacers.

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With three starters sitting the Spurs won a sloppy affair at home Saturday night to extend their winning streak to 8 overall. As ugly as that game was, the bright spot was Manu Ginobili who came back from injury and had 22 points in just 15 minutes. Talk about efficient! Without Manu I’m not sure the Spurs remain 30-0 at …

The Evolution of Kyle Anderson.

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  Usually when a professional athlete is called slow, it is viewed as a criticism. For San Antonio Spurs second-year forward Kyle “Slow-Mo” Anderson, it’s used as a complimentary term of endearment. Despite only being 22 years old, Anderson’s style is that of a crafty veteran. When Anderson was still in college at UCLA, Grantland’s Andrew Sharp once described Anderson …

By the numbers: Who do Spurs turn to in the clutch?

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It’s one of the most pivotal questions for any team: When the game is on the line, who gets the rock? The Spurs’ overall philosophy and commitment to team ball has left that query somewhat open-ended this season. In clutch situations – any point during the 4th quarter or overtime with less than five minutes remaining, and neither team ahead …

Could the Spurs sneak up on the Warriors and break the NBA record for most wins?

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The San Antonio Spurs have been quietly staying in 2nd place behind the Warriors all season long. With the Warriors gaining all the media attention and being the talk of the NBA since the start of the season. The San Antonio Spurs have been like a lioness on the hunt, just quietly stalking just waiting to pounce. It would seem …

Manu Ginobili Is Stronger Than Ever After His Ball Surgery.

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On February 4, the San Antonio Spurs announced that Manu Ginobili would miss a month after requiring testicular surgery to repair whatever happened to his Ginobilis when Ryan Anderson plunked them with a stray knee. Ginobili, however, recovered faster than the team had initially projected. His quick healing surprised Gregg Popovich, but, in his words, it didn’t stun him “like …

Shorthanded Spurs drop Kings to go 30-0 at home.

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  SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Manu Ginobili returned to give the short-handed San Antonio Spurs a needed boost as they remained perfect at home and extended the franchise’s best start. Kawhi Leonard had 25 points and 13 rebounds and Ginobili added a season-high 22 points in his return from a gruesome injury, leading San Antonio to a 104-94 victory over …

San Antonio Spurs: Expectations For Kevin Martin.

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The San Antonio Spurs have added sharpshooter Kevin Martin to their bench, but what should they be expecting from him in 2015-16. The San Antonio Spurs have only played the Golden State Warriors once this season, but that 30-point rout at Oracle Arena — even without Tim Duncan — was a statement game. The statement […] The San Antonio Spurs …

Kevin Martin to Spurs: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction.

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Shooting guard Kevin Martin has averaged 20 or more points in six different seasons throughout his career but was on the market after the Minnesota Timberwolves waived him on March 1. That is no longer the case after Saturday’s news. The San Antonio Spurs inked Martin to a new deal, according to ESPN’s Marc Stein. Nick Moyle and Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News confirmed …

Game Preview: San Antonio Spurs vs. Detroit Pistons.

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Pistons head coach, GM and OG Stan Van Gundy didn’t while away the weeks leading up to the trade deadline. Much like a Metapod or Francis Dolarhyde, Van Gundy’s roster continues to evolve. MUST READS Boban Marjanovic has a posseJ.R. WilcoHe’s not simply recreating what made his Orlando Magic squad successful, either — beyond having strong shooters to place around big man Andre …

ESPN’s Mark Jones says Spurs are “geared up for a championship run”

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The Spurs play the Pistons in a nationally-televised game on ESPN Wednesday night and the good folks at “The Worldwide Leader” were kind of enough to make play-by-play announcer Mark Jones, who’ll be calling the game along with analyst Jeff Van Gundy, available to me for a few minutes. You’re probably familiar with Mr. Jones’ work on some level. He’s …