Ginobili, Aldridge lift Spurs over Hawks, 96-85: Recap, highlights and more

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The San Antonio Spurs claimed its second consecutive win, defeating the Atlanta Hawks. The San Antonio Spurs (11-6) are still a team searching for an identity without Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard, but tonight’s victory over the Atlanta Hawks provided one possible blueprint for getting it done in spite of their absence. The Spurs took […] Ginobili, Aldridge lift Spurs …

Aldridge, Gasol and Extra Spacing.

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If you try to rewind your mind back to the second round of the 2016 NBA Playoffs between the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder, you might recall that some of the Thunder bigs in Steven Adams, Serge Ibaka and Enes Kanter would back off of Tim Duncan when the Spurs were in the halfcourt offense, as the furthest …

By the numbers: Aldridge, Leonard, Green form potent 3-man unit.

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  When asked who the best three-man tandem in the NBA is, most people might immediately turn to the Golden State Warriors, but since Feb. 1, no trio has been better than one in San Antonio. In the 383 minutes LaMarcus Aldridge, Kawhi Leonard, and Danny Green have shared the floor in that span, they are outscoring opponents by 21.5 …

LaMarcus Aldridge Called His First Game As A Spur ‘Overwhelming’.

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LaMarcus Aldridge is without a doubt one of the greatest players in Portland Trail Blazers’ history. Through nine seasons with the Blazers, Aldridge averaged nearly 20 points per-game, made the All-Star Game four times and led the Blazers to the postseason on five different occasions. Having said all of that, Aldridge is a San Antonio Spur now, having signed with San …

What’s Next For The San Antonio Spurs?

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Let’s be honest Spurs fans, the last couple of weeks have been rough for us. The Spurs are not in the NBA playoffs and things just don’t seem the same. But the big question is have we seen the last of the big three? Is this the end of the Timmy, Tony and Manu era? I believe Tim Duncan will return …