On the death of stops

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Spurs fans live a different life than most franchise devotees. But after games, and especially after losses, the Spurs faithful still...

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48MoH: Toward a redesign

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Good morning. We moved the furniture last night. We know you’re used to plopping down on the couch and making yourself...

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Tim Duncan and the still undanced cadence of vanishing

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The title of this piece deserves an explanation. I stole it from Galway Kinnell, most of it at least. It’s from his poem Little...

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Containing Zach Randolph

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DeJuan Blair admires Zach Randolph.  So far as great players are concerned, Zach Randolph deserves more admirers. Statistically...

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On Manu’s injury and playoff seeding

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Maybe a coach does know his team best. Gregg Popovich is always reluctant to play his stars in meaningless games. Injuries happen....

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Los Angeles Lakers 102, Pomona-Pitzer 93: The Spurs’ second unit wins cookies and milk

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The Spurs started George Hill, Gary Neal, Richard Jefferson, Tiago Splitter and DeJuan Blair. The Lakers ran with 0.4, Kobe Bryant,...

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Andy Kamenetzky wants the Spurs at full force

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Keeping with our tradition, I’ve exchanged notes with one half of the two-headed monster that is the Kamenetzky brothers. One...

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Spurs ticket giveaway: Section 128, Row 18, Seats 11, 12

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The good people at StubHub have provided us with two tickets to giveaway to our readers. But first a few ground rules. The tickets are...

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Houston Rockets 119, San Antonio Spurs 114: The devolution of all things

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After the Spurs’ Game 3 loss to the Suns in last year’s playoffs, there was a scene from the locker room that has stuck in...

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Memphis Grizzlies 111, San Antonio Spurs 104: Tony Allen, Zach Randolph form unstoppable two man wrecking crew

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If you missed the game, here are the need-to-knows: George Hill put on a brilliant offensive performance, scoring 30 points with an...

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What to expect from the Duncanless Spurs

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Scott Sereday, as usual, has done a terrific job of accounting for the statistical issues surrounding Tim Duncan’s injury....

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Ettore Messina to visit Spurs

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According to Ian Thomsen of SI, one of the world’s great coaches, Ettore Messina, is set to visit the Spurs later this...

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