Detroit Pistons 119, San Antonio Spurs 109

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PALACE of AUBURN HILLS— In typical Spurs fashion, San Antonio got the best of another team by sharing the ball (26 assists) and...

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Next year’s bigs, free agent news

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When the Spurs began last season, everyone wondered about San Antonio’s frontcourt rotation. Until the Spurs signed Boris Diaw...

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Free Agency: My Thoughts

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To give you a window into my fragile emotional state, once the Spurs were eliminated from the playoffs I checked out from caring about...

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The Margin: Oklahoma City 109, San Antonio 103

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You know the routine: One talking point for each point of the differential. Stealing from my own Twitter...

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If the Thunder continue to switch…

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It’s easy to predict the storyline for the next 24 hours. Game 4 is all about Gregg Popovich. How will he adjust to the...

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OKC playing small won’t hurt the Spurs

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In recent comments about the Spurs, Mike D’Antoni said this of the Spurs’ defeat of his Seven Seconds or Less Suns, which...

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This season, in broader context

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When Tim Duncan began to decline (some decline, huh?), the popular line had it that the Spurs’ decline would mirror that of...

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El Conclusión: San Antonio Spurs 108, Los Angeles Clippers 92

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Los Angeles Clippers 92 FinalRecap | Box Score 108 San Antonio Spurs Tim Duncan, C 35 MIN | 12-20 FG | 2-2 FT | 10...

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The Parker-Paul matchup that isn’t

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Chris Paul and Tony Parker finished third and fifth in MVP voting. They share a position. One could make an argument that they were...

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El Conclusión: San Antonio Spurs 106, Utah Jazz 91

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Utah Jazz 91 FinalRecap | Box Score 106 San Antonio Spurs Tim Duncan, C 31 MIN | 7-14 FG | 3-5 FT | 11 REB | 5 AST |...

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What a championship would mean for the Spurs

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The Spurs’ odds of winning a championship this season are ridiculously good.  The stat geeks and odds makers seem to agree...

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Of Woody Allen, Radiohead, and Gregg Popovich

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Annie Hall might be the greatest film ever made, and it’s not even Woody Allen’s best movie. Important artists work like...

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