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  • Portland Rallies Past San Antonio in Three Overtimes, 129-119

    Blazer's Edge "The Blazers gave San Antonio a fight to remember in triple overtime. Damian Lillard had a career-high 43, including nine in the final overtime, LaMarcus Aldridge had 32 points and 16 rebounds, Dorell Wright had 9 in the fourth quarter to force extra time, and Portland stunned the San Antonio..." December 20

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    Mike Monroe @Monroe_SA

    Per Kawhi Leonard, he has torn ligament in right hand; must wait for swelling to reside before considering returning

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    Jeff McDonald @JMcDonald_SAEN

    Danny Green logged career-high 51 minutes, got beat to all Hades, but still expects to play Friday vs. Portland.

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    Mike Monroe @Monroe_SA

    Updated #Spurs injury report: No Leonard, no Parker vs. #Blazers (and still no Mills, but you knew that)

  • Spurs vs. Grizzlies, final triple OT score 117-116: Grizzlies win in San Antonio for first time since 2011 Playoffs

    Grizzly Bear Blues "Is everybody out there still breathing? In the most hectic game of the season so far, the Memphis Grizzlies outlasted the Spurs 117-116 in a triple overtime, heart-attack-inducing, instant classic in San Antonio. I've only given three of my takeaways, because if I wrote about them all I'd still..." December 18

  • Spurs expecting Duncan, Ginobili, Splitter back Wednesday

    CBS Sports Fantasy News "The Spurs are expecting forwards Tim Duncan (rest) and Tiago Splitter (calf) and guard Manu Ginobili (back) to be able to play Wednesday against the Grizzlies, according to the San Antonio Express-News. " December 17

  • Lopez Breaks Hand In Blazers' Victory Over Spurs

    Blazer's Edge "UPDATE: Robin Lopez suffered a broken hand while going for a rebound. He will be out "for a while", per Terry Stotts. Portland may have gotten the win, but questions linger on what the Blazers can do when San Antonio is at full strength. The Portland Trail Blazers fought past San Antonio at..." December 16

  • Spurs Assistant Coach Becky Hammon named espnW's Woman of the Year

    Pounding The Rock "The first full-time, female assistant in NBA history was named espnW's inaugural Impact 25: Woman of the Year. Back in August, Becky Hammon became a full-time assistant coach for the San Antonio Spurs, becoming the first full-time female coach in any of the four major professional sports in..." December 16

  • Spurs short-handed vs. Blazers

    ESPN.com "The San Antonio Spurs, going into the second game of a back-to-back set, will play the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night without Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker and Tiago Splitter. Duncan will be given the night off to rest. San Antonio listed Ginobili as having a lower back..." December 15

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    San Antonio Spurs @spurs

    #SASatDEN Updated Injury Report: Leonard is questionable. Mills and Parker are out. DETAILS: http://t.co/BogVHmSpBV

  • Lakers’ Nick Young lifts team to 112-110 overtime win over San Antonio

    L.A. Daily News "It seemed inevitable Kobe Bryant would surpass Michael Jordan for third place on the NBA’s all-time scoring list. It also seemed inevitable the Lakers would suffer another debilitating loss, the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs exposing the Lakers for painfully familiar reasons involving..." December 13

  • Spurs rout Knicks in a match-up of skeleton crews

    Pounding The Rock "When you watch the Spurs, you come to appreciate the two or three times per season where they play without any of their "Big Three," but still manage to win anyway thanks everyone else stepping up and playing as a team. I've long suspected that these are Gregg Popovich's favorite games to coach..." December 11

  • Tracy McGrady says he’s happily retired, not planning a comeback

    Pro Basketball Talk "Tracy McGrady sure sounded like someone interested in coming back. Not only did he talk up his ability to still play – including his fit with Kobe and the Lakers – the quotes came on the heals of a report this fall that he’d worked out with Bryant with the goal of returning to the NBA. But..." December 11

  • Leonard set for MRI on hand

    San Antonio Express-News "Kawhi Leonard will have his bruised right hand examined via MRI on Thursday, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said before Wednesday’s home game against New York. Popovich was tight-lipped on details, but said Leonard was injured during Tuesday’s 100-96 loss at Utah. X-rays taken on Wednesday were..." December 11

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    ESPN SA @ESPN_SA

    Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobli, Kawhi Leonard and Patty Mills are all OUT for tonight's game. #Spurs

  • Jazz show up strong, beating the team they are trying to become

    Salt Lake Tribune "Early in the Jazz-Spurs game on Tuesday night, the ball flew from Danny Green to Manu Ginobili to Boris Diaw to Marco Belinelli to Diaw to Ginobili back to Diaw, who splashed a wide-open bomb for three points, as San Antonio worked the offense that stands as an example for the Jazz and for half..." December 10

  • Tracy McGrady Wishes the Lakers Would Sign Him: "This Kobe, I Could Play With Him"

    Complex "Tracy McGrady's NBA career is most likely over. He's been out of the league since last year when he spent some time with the Spurs. And at 35, it's pretty clear that T-Mac's best days are well behind him. But despite this, he's not ready to say that he's 100 percent finished with the NBA. In a..." December 09

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    Dan McCarney @danmccarneySAEN

    For tonight's game vs. Minnesota. Parker: Doubtful. Mills, Splitter: out. So it would seem Tim and Ginobili are available.

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    Jeff McDonald @JMcDonald_SAEN

    Pop says it is not likely Parker (hamstring) plays tomorrow against Minny.

  • Nets finally beat a winner, stun defending champ Spurs in OT

    New York Post "The Nets finally got their first win over a winning team Wednesday night, but they made it a lot harder than necessary. After holding a 14-point lead over the Spurs with five minutes to go in regulation, the Nets wound up giving it all back and needed every second of overtime before finally..." December 04

  • Gregg Popovich finds creative way to take shot at Phil Jackson

    New York Post "Gregg Popovich isn’t interested in talking about Phil Jackson. The Spurs coach was queried about his longtime coaching rival before the Nets beat the Spurs, 95-93, in overtime Wednesday night, and Popovich didn’t take the bait. “That’s his problem,” Popovich said when asked about the..." December 04

  • Spurs outlast Philadelphia for eighth straight

    San Antonio Express-News "The Spurs led by as many as 24 in the first half, then had to sweat out the final few minutes as the winless Sixers made things semi-interesting down the stretch before holding firm Monday at the Wells Fargo Center for their eighth straight victory and 11th in 12 overall. Philadelphia (0-17)..." December 02

  • Tim Duncan donates $247,000 to cancer genome research project

    Pro Basketball Talk "This is about the most Tim Duncan thing ever. The Spurs iconic big man has donated $247,000 to San Antonio 1000 Cancer Genome Project, the team announced. That’s an open science collaborative using gene sequencing in the fight against cancer, where doctors share all kinds of data for free. Why..." December 02

  • Spurs Injury Report 12/1/14

    NBA.com "Tim Duncan (rest), Patty Mills (right shoulder surgery), Tony Parker (bruised ribs) and Tiago Splitter (tightness, right calf) are listed as out for tonight’s game at Philadelphia. " December 01

  • Regulars make bid to play in Philly

    San Antonio Express-News "Tony Parker looks at the Spurs’ looming game Monday night at Philadelphia and senses a trap. And not just because the Spurs are coming in from Boston on the second night of a back-to-back, and not just because the 76ers can’t stay winless forever. Facing a Philly team coached by former Spurs..." December 01

  • Spurs crush Boston in second half for seventh straight W

    San Antonio Express-News "The Spurs were utterly dominant in the second half, outscoring the Celtics by 26 points in the second half to survive a sluggish first and earn their seventh straight victory. The Spurs (12-4) have won 10 of 11 overall entering tomorrow’s game at winless Philadelphia, which they crushed by 25..." December 01

  • Gregg Popovich returns to Spurs

    ESPN.com "San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich returned to the sideline Sunday in Boston after missing two games due to an undisclosed minor medical procedure. Meeting with reporters before Sunday's 111-89 win against the Boston Celtics, Popovich was asked if he was happy to be back coaching. "Sure...." December 01

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    Paul Garcia PS @PaulGarciaPS

    Spurs announce Patty Mills and Tiago Splitter will both be out Sunday vs. Boston.

  • Spurs rule Tiago Splitter, Patty Mills out Sunday

    CBS Sports Fantasy News "Spurs center Tiago Splitter and guard Patty Mills continue to be bothered by injuries which will keep them out of Sunday's game at Boston." November 29

  • Spurs take out Kings

    San Antonio Express-News "If not quite humming at peak proficiency, the Spurs are at least rolling now, feasting on a cushy schedule for their sixth straight victory on Friday, 112-104 against the DeMarcus Cousins-less Kings at the AT&T Center. It was also their ninth victory in 10 games — a stretch during which only..." November 29

  • Avery Johnson gets $6.1 million for Texas-sized golf estate

    Los Angeles Times "Avery Johnson, nicknamed the “Little General” during his playing days in the NBA, has sold his mansion-estate in The Woodlands, Texas, for $6.1 million – about 32% less than his original commanded price. The Mediterranean-style estate, designed by Jaurequi Architect and completed in 2005, backs..." November 28

  • Ginobili powers Spurs past Pacers in Messina's coaching debut

    Pounding The Rock "While technically the Spurs 106-100 win over a frisky Pacers squad at the AT&T Center came on Thanksgiving Eve, it had more of a "Freaky Friday" feel to it. The underdog Pacers were missing all of their projected starters yet never felt sorry for themselves for an instant and controlled the..." November 27

  • Messina to coach Spurs after minor medical procedure for Pop

    San Antonio Express-News "Lead assistant Ettore Messina will take over for Gregg Popovich tonight against Indiana as the Spurs head coach after the future Hall of Famer underwent what is being described as a minor medical procedure. Popovich could miss several more games, giving Messina — one of the most accomplished..." November 27

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    Chris Broussard @Chris_Broussard

    Cavs, Bulls, Wizards, Spurs among the 7 teams interested in Ray Allen. Allen's in Miami, keeping himself in shape

  • Leonard’s vision remains foggy

    San Antonio Express-News "Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard says he is still hampered somewhat by the vision problems that have plagued him since coming down with an eye infection in the preseason. Leonard’s right eye remains blurry and sensitive to light, and says his eyesight has shown little improvement a month and a half..." November 23

  • Spurs handle Brooklyn for seventh victory in eight games

    San Antonio Express-News "The Spurs raced out to a big first-half lead and held off several Brooklyn charges in the second half to earn their seventh win in eight games Saturday at the AT&T Center. The Spurs (9-4) have won 22 of the past 24 meetings with the Nets, and 40 of 45 at home all-time. The Spurs led by 18..." November 23

  • Spurs grind out tough victory against LeBron, Cavs

    San Antonio Express-News "If you overlooked the gray hairs flecking Tim Duncan’s beard, and the ever-expanding circumference of Manu Ginobili’s bald spot, it would be easy to confuse these Spurs for those of yore, suffocating their opponents on defense while grinding out whatever point they can muster. OK, so those..." November 20

  • LeBron admits Spurs prompted exit from Miami — sort of

    San Antonio Express-News "LeBron James admitted the loss to the Spurs in last season’s NBA Finals played a role in chasing him from Miami back to Cleveland. Sort of. Had the Heat defeated the Spurs last June and won their third consecutive title, James said Wednesday he likely would have returned to South Beach for..." November 20

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    Aaron Preine PS @DukeOfBexar

    Matt Bonner out of tonight's game with a stomach virus. Probably settled on Subway last night.

  • Spurs rest up for Cleveland while crushing Sixers

    San Antonio Express-News "Yup, the hapless Philadelphia Sixers — they of the 26-game losing streak, franchise-record 53-point defeat and a new standard for intentionally throwing entire seasons — were in town on Monday. The result was about what you’d expect: The Spurs, despite some ragged moments, cruised to a 100-75..." November 18

  • Maybe Cavaliers fans should thank Spurs for LeBron James

    USA Today "When the San Antonio Spurs take the floor at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland on Wednesday night, the pre-tip-off focus should — just this once — be on the visiting team rather than LeBron James' infamous chalk-toss routine. The Cleveland Cavaliers and their fans all over Ohio should take a..." November 18

  • With Spurs interested in Marc Gasol as Tim Duncan's replacement, Knicks should be very afraid

    New York Daily News "Phil Jackson has made a career out of taking pot shots at the San Antonio Spurs so even if the Knicks president doesn’t respect Greg Popovich’s club he should fear them. The Knicks’ main free-agent target, Marc Gasol, is also being targeted as a possible replacement to Tim Duncan assuming Ol’..." November 18

  • Kings hold on to lead, beat Spurs 94-91

    CSN Bay Area "After two devastating road losses and a 1-4 road trip, the Kings hung tough versus the reigning champion Spurs and pulled out a 94-91 win at Sleep Train Arena on Saturday night. Tony Parker’s layup gave San Antonio the lead at 88-87, but a pair of Rudy Gay free throws put Sacramento back up..." November 16

  • Kobe: I want another crack at Spurs

    ESPN Los Angeles "In the throes of a rebuilding season and surrounded by new teammates, Kobe Bryant wishes he had stability and continuity. He wishes his situation were like that of Tim Duncan and the rest of the San Antonio Spurs, who beat Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers 93-80 Friday night at Staples Center,..." November 16

  • Tim Duncan surpasses 25,000 career points milestone

    Pro Basketball Talk "Late in the second quarter of Friday night’s win over the Lakers, Tim Duncan became the 19th player in NBA history to surpass the 25,000 career point milestone. But when you factor in rebounds and blocked shots, he joined a far more exclusive club. From Dan McCarney of MySanAntonio.com:..." November 16

  • Kyle Anderson Feels Fortunate to be a Spur

    Basketball Insiders "Kyle Anderson grew up in New Jersey, where he learned the game of basketball from an early age. The son of a high school basketball coach, Anderson was groomed to be a point guard. It didn’t matter that he would grow to be 6’9; his father didn’t want him to be “pigeonholed” as a post..." November 15

  • Duncan surpasses 25,000 points in Spurs win over Lakers

    San Antonio Express-News "It was only fitting that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was on hand Friday at Staples Center to witness Tim Duncan’s latest milestone. Duncan, who compares so closely with the longevity and fundamental precision that made Abdul-Jabbar one of the game’s greatest players, scored his 25,000th career point in..." November 15

  • Kobe Bryant admits he’s “jealous” of Tim Duncan’s stability in San Antonio

    L.A. Daily News "They would soon spend over the next decade competing for NBA championships. They would become arguably this generation’s best players at their respective positions. They would demonstrate how two players can share the same competitive drive despite having glaringly different personalities. But..." November 14

  • NBA owners expendable, NBPA director says

    ESPN.com "Michele Roberts, the NBA players' union executive director, on Wednesday questioned several of the principles that for decades have governed owner-player relations in the league, objecting to the concept of a salary cap while making clear she'd push for much more than a 50-50 split of..." November 13

  • The Spurs have no idea when Tiago Splitter will return from injury

    SB Nation "San Antonio Spurs big man Tiago Splitter remains out indefinitely with an apparent back injury despite recent tests coming back clean, reports Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News. The 29-year-old has missed most of the season due to the injury, which is becoming something of a mystery..." November 12