Tag Archives: San Antonio Spurs

  • Suns Players Try To Duplicate Nash’s Performance, Shoot With One Eye

    Suns Players Try To Duplicate Nash’s Performance, Shoot With One Eye

    The Phoenix Sun’s Steve Nash has had quite the career, winning two NBA MVP awards, three Lionel Conacher Awards (Canadian Male Athlete of the Year), and being named to seven NBA All-Star games.  Heading into the post-season, there were only two things that have eluded the 36-year-old point guard: a series victory over the San […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 4/29/10 – Manu Ginobili

    The Stat Line of the Night – 4/29/10 – Manu Ginobili

    This one was almost over before it started. I’m talking about game 6 between the Spurs and Mavericks, although if I was talking about the whole series that would work too. The Spurs opened up a huge 22-8 lead at the end of the first quarter and ended up with a 97-87 victory. They took […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 4/27/10 — Caron Butler

    The Stat Line of the Night — 4/27/10 — Caron Butler

    Caron Butler has not played well in the playoffs so far, watching his team limp to a 3-1 deficit in their series against the San Antonio Spurs.  The Mavericks are the 2-seed and although the Spurs are a tough draw at the 7-seed, Dallas’s performance has been a disappointment.  New acquisition Butler was even benched […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 4/21/10 – Tim Duncan

    The Stat Line of the Night – 4/21/10 – Tim Duncan

    Tim Duncan is The Big Fundamental. And that’s so boring, right? All those All-Star appearances, championship rings, MVP trophies, All-Defensive teams, Rookie of the Year…what a drag. Can’t you do any cool, flying dunks, man? C’mon! Duncan was at it again last night as the Spurs battled the Mavericks in Dallas. Down 1-0 in the […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 4/18/10 — Dirk Nowitzki

    The Stat Line of the Night — 4/18/10 — Dirk Nowitzki

    Double teams?  No problem.  Triple teams?  Piece of cake.  Or at least that’s what Dirk Nowitzki made it look like last night when he hit nearly every shot he took, no matter what San Antonio tried to do to him.  The Mavericks did not exactly coast to a victory over the rival Spurs in Game […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 1/27/10 – Tim Duncan

    The Stat Line of the Night – 1/27/10 – Tim Duncan

    Total Pro Sports- The Spurs are getting a bit older. Most people don’t consider them to be legitimate contenders for this season’s NBA championship. They had just lost three straight going into last night’s game. So what do they do? Come out and blow away the Atlanta Hawks, one of the better teams in the […]

  • San Antonio Spurs Face Off in Cooking Challenge (Video)

    San Antonio Spurs Face Off in Cooking Challenge (Video)

    Things haven’t been going well for the San Antonio Spurs this season.  Not that its much cause for concern, since everyone knows they don’t really try until February at the earliest.  That being said, they are looking especially old this year, with injuries piling up and their vaunted defense looking slower and slower.  Apparently, though, […]

  • Manu Ginobili Not A Fan Of Halloween, Kills A Bat With his Bare Hand

    Manu Ginobili Not A Fan Of Halloween, Kills A Bat With his Bare Hand

    It was a case of perfect timing.  October 31st at the AT&T Center was the day, and the special visitor was none other than a bat. Unfortunately for the blind black bird, Spurs guard Manu Ginobili is not a fan of timely arrivals, unexpected guests, or Halloween in general. Late in the first quarter with […]

  • Reporter From The Past Comes Back To ‘Punk’ Greg Popovich

    Reporter From The Past Comes Back To ‘Punk’ Greg Popovich

    Total Pro Sports – Last night following their game 4 loss to the Mavs, Spurs coach Greg Popovich had a lot of question to answer. The most difficult one likely came from some crazy “wannabe old school” reporter who had the following to ask, or at least this is what is sounded like he was […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night – 04/20/09 – Tony Parker

    The Stat Line Of The Night – 04/20/09 – Tony Parker

    Total Pro Sports – After losing the first playoff game to the Dallas Mavericks, the San Antonio Spurs were not going to let the Mavs steal another one away from them at home.  From the opening tip of the ball the Spurs never let down and won the game by 21 points 105-84.

  • CP3 Steals the Record

    CP3 Steals the Record

    Total Pro Sports-  Last night superstar point guard Chris Paul, from the New Orleans Hornets, put his name in record books again.  He broke the record for consecutive games with at least one steal in 106 straight games.  The record was previously held by Alvin Robertson,  the former Toronto Raptor and San Antonio Spur. The former Demon Deacon […]