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Another season and another appearance in the Western Conference finals for the San Antonio Spurs. This time, the team overcame the precision shooting of Golden State’s dynamic back court and the frenzied Oracle Arena crowd to advance.
San Antonio was torched by the Warriors back court in the first two games of the series. Friday night, Tony Parker decided to unleash some precise shooting of his own. The 30-year-old Parker scored 25 of his 32 points in … Continue reading
Phew, what a week. From shocking on the court down to the wire finishes to the first gay NBA player to out himself and the denial of a far superior bid from a Seattle based group of investors for the … Continue reading
Consistency and continuity carried San Antonio to a series sweep of the Lakers Sunday night. The depleted Los Angeles back court had no answer for Tony Parker and only had one superstar remaining as the series came to a close.
Numerous injuries and a stunning release of a rotation player has paved the way for Tracy McGrady to return to the NBA. After spending his entire season in China, McGrady agreed to a free agent deal with San Antonio, just days … Continue reading
Five days before starting its playoff run, San Antonio waived Stephen Jackson. A key contributor off the bench for the 57-win Spurs, Jackson second stint with the team came to a sudden end. The announcement came Friday afternoon, a swift … Continue reading
The numbers are still staggering. He ranks third in blocks, swatting away 2.7 attempts per game. He’s logged 24 double doubles, a mark he has reached in each of his past three outings. The most impressive number of all: 36.
The NBA season rolls on and so do the usual story lines. Scoring champs, rebound kings and shot blocking masters are inching toward the all-star game as the last holiday special took place this week with the annual Martin Luther … Continue reading
The goggles are gone, but the production has remained the same for San Antonio point guard Tony Parker. A bizarre eye injury suffered during a bottle throwing incident at a nightclub in New York nearly ended Parker’s NBA career as … Continue reading
There’s another set of star forwards than need to prove they can play well together. Unlike the Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire duo in New York, Memphis has experience playoff success with Zach Randolph and Rudy Gay on its roster.