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For the first time in the English language, the beloved Spurs point guard opens up about his life and career in the NBA, on the international stage, and beyond. Spurs Fan Cave have teamed up with Triumph Books, the nation’s leading sports book publisher and we are excited to be able to offer you a …

The Spurs have lost their clutch gene

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It seems like long ago now, but at one point the Spurs had one of the best records in the West. At the end of February, they ranked fifth in the conference. At the All-Star break they had moved down only a couple of spots in the standings due to a COVID hiatus and were …

Report: Trail Blazers are eyeing Brent Barry as a candidate for Portland’s next head coach

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According to Shams Charania and Sam Amick of The Athletic, Brent Barry, the San Antonio Spurs Vice President of Basketball Operations, is among a handful of candidates on the Trail Blazer’s radar to fill their potential head coaching vacancy this offseason. Among the potential coaching candidates for the Trail Blazers, sources say: Lakers assistant Jason …

Open Thread: A song for the Spurs

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I rarely miss a Spurs game. At the least, I stay up and watch the night’s game before bed. Unfortunately, a 9:00 pm start in Salt Lake City paired with a 5:00 a.m. wake up call means something has got to give. I normally don’t mind going to work tired, but tomorrow is the first …

Spurs unable to challenge overwhelming Jazz

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The Spurs lost their 4th straight game, 110-99, at the hands of an overwhelming performance from the now 1st seeded Jazz. Even without two All-Star guards, as Donovan Mitchell and Mike Conley were still recovering from leg injuries, the Jazz dominated. Bojan Bogdanovic continued his recent stretch of hot play, leading all scorers with 25 …