Some people are calling BS on this flagrant foul by Manu Ginobili on Tony Allen.
The San Antonio crowd was chanting "bulls**t" after viewing the replay, and Jason McIntyre of The Big Lead nominated Allen for an Oscar.
While it's clear that Allen embellishes the fall a bit, and starts clutching his head despite the fact that replays show that he never actually...
Tony Parker put on a brilliant passing display during game two of the Western Conference Finals against the Spurs on Tuesday night in San Antonio. This video shows all 18 dimes from Parker in just about two and a half minutes.
Parker is averaging 21.6 points and 7.5 assists per game during the post season, and hasn’t seemed to slow down as the Spurs took a 2-0 lead against the...
Microphones picked up a San Antonio Spurs fan screaming “We did it!” following the team’s huge 93-89 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday night that gave his favorite NBA team a 2-0 series lead. Screaming “We did it!” indicates one of three things about this particular fan. 1) Either this San Antonio Spurs fan [...]The post Spurs fan yells ‘We did it!’ following...
On Tuesday night the Memphis Grizzlies overcame an 18-point second half deficit to force overtime in Game 2 of their Western Conference finals series against the San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs came through in the extra period, winning the game 93-89 and taking a 2-0 series lead. The climax of the Grizzlies’ late-game comeback was a four-point possession during the final minute of...
Quincy Pondexter owned Game 2′s biggest play, but the Memphis Grizzlies dropped the Western Conference Final game to the San Antonio Spurs.
Tim Duncan scored 17 points and Tony Parker had 15 to push the Spurs past Memphis 93-89 in overtime.
Parker had a career-high 18 assists, which put San Antonio up 2-0 as the series moves to Memphis on Saturday.
Besides the loss, the world...
With just seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, in which San Antonio had a 4-point lead over Memphis in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals, Manu Ginobili was called for a flagrant foul after pulling Tony Allen down in transition on Tuesday. Tony Allen may have sold the call, but the flagrant was decided by [...]The post San Antonio Spurs’ Manu Ginobili Called For Flagrant...
Tony Parker played a key role in the Spurs Game 1 win over the Grizzlies. He was also the subject of a death threat.
As KSAT.com reports someone called 911 and made death threats towards Parker with roughly five minutes left in the game between the Spurs and Grizzlies. Security was increased for the remainder of the game and afterwards as the issue is currently being investigated...
Tracy McGrady, formerly of 13-points-in-35 seconds and lazy-right-eye-but-no-big-deal fame, told the San Antonio Express News that he’s “cool” with his new role for the Spurs. Even though he’s missed all 4 of his shots and doesn’t always dress for the team. Maturity is a helluva thing.
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Hard to imagine it has been 16 years since the San Antonio Spurs won the 1997 NBA Draft Lottery and drafted Tim Duncan out of Wake Forest. Duncan not only changed the future of the Spurs, it also changed the path for the Boston Celtics who had the best odds to get the No. 1 pick in 1997. The Spurs drafted Duncan and the Celtics drafted Chancey Billups and Ron Mercer.
According to KSAT.com, the Spurs point guard received a death threat near the end of Game 1 vs. the Grizzlies.
My wife sat down on the couch, glanced at the TV and caught a glimpse of Tim Duncan‘s incredulous mug making it clear that he disagreed with a foul call.
“He still plays?” she asked. “How old is he now, like 50?”
That is patently absurd, of course. Duncan’s not a day over 49. And after he scored just six points in the Spurs’ victory over the Grizzlies in Game 1 of the...
The San Antonio Spurs made the Memphis Grizzlies look like the overachievers that many pegged them to be on Sunday.
As a whole, they appeared to be lethargic and in-over-their-head as the veteran Spurs group cruised to a 105-83 Game 1 victory in the Western Conference finals.
Tony Parker generated 20 points and dished out nine assists.
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With the NBA Draft less than a month away, prospects are willing to do near anything to impress their future employers.
That is everyone except former Ohio State star Deshaun Thomas who refused to give the San Antonio Spurs his phone number.
"I can't go around giving it out to everyone," Thomas told Ohio.com. "Now if they want to draft me, I'd be happy...
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The Spurs fan who distracted home viewers with all her screaming during Game 1 may have been identified. Is this the woman in question?