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Coach Lionel Hollins Reveals What He Thinks of the Rudy Gay Trade
For the first 36 minutes, game two of the San Antonio-Memphis series looked like an instant replay of game one : the Spurs led 51-37 at halftime of game one and extended that margin to 73-57 by the end of the third quarter; they led 46-31 at halftime of game two and still led 76-64 entering the fourth quarter.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Memphis Flyer
Griz-Spurs Game 2 Preview: Everything is Everything
I was asked on a radio interview yesterday what went wrong with the Grizzlies in San Antonio on Sunday afternoon.
San Antonio's Masterpiece
The beauty of San Antonio's offense is its effortless appearance, as if the players aren't so much forcing the ball to another player but rather guiding it along to its next natural stop until it reaches its final destination, the hoop.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Miami Herald
Those looking the other way miss a lot with Spurs' Kawhi Leonard
It's good strategy for a small forward whose career three-point accuracy in the playoffs is better than that of Ray Allen, Stephen Curry and Steve Nash.
Manu Ginobili's bald spot through the years
Manu Ginobili has been one of the most exciting players in the NBA for the past decade, and has helped the San Antonio Spurs win three championships in that time.
The Miami Herald
Spurs come out hot, Randolph cold in West finals
Mike Conley wouldn't let Zach Randolph take the blame for the Memphis Grizzlies' blowout loss in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals.
Sun May 19, 2013
The Miami Herald
Grizzlies are a tough matchup for Spurs
But they did get repeatedly name-dropped Saturday by the San Antonio Spurs, which made sense considering the frontcourt duo the Spurs face in this round of the playoffs somewhat resembles the Lakers' tandem they quickly dispatched in the first round.
Fri May 17, 2013
Friday's NBA roundup: Tony Parker emerges as Spurs' leader
Danny Green failed to step up quickly enough on a pick, allowing Golden State's Stephen Curry to hit an open 3-pointer. The roar of the Oracle Arena crowd Thursday night was nothing compared to Tony Parker's tirade at Green over the defensive lapse.
Pounding the Rock
Morning Rehash: We're Halfway There
The San Antonio Spurs closed out their series against the Golden State Warriors last night in Oakland.
Unlikely Big 3 has Memphis in 1st Western finals
The Miami Heat have LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. The Spurs have dominated for years with the trio of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili.
Golden State of Mind
Playoff R2G6 Recap: Arghh. And thank you. And see you next year.
Let's get the "Arghh" out of the way first. The national narrative of the series will likely go that the Spurs ' savvy veteran experience won the day - that it wasn't quite our kids' time - but I can't shake the nagging feeling that the series was right there for the taking.
Ginobili won't participate 2014 FIBA World Cup qualifiers
San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili will not participate in the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup qualifiers according to Team Argentina head coach Julio Lamas .
Thu May 16, 2013
Video: Ginobili, Duncan Shove Former Teammate Jefferson
While San Antonio Spurs fans have been showering former Spur Richard Jefferson with boos every time he has checked in for the Goflden State Warriors, there wasn't anything there to show any tension between Jefferson and his former teammates, until now.
Wed May 15, 2013
Recap: San Antonio vs. Golden State
San Antonio stifled the Splash Brothers and Tony Parker carried the load for the Spurs in a dominant second half.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Morning Tip-Off
May 12, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; General view of the interior of Oracle Arena after game four of the second round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs between the Golden State Warriors and the San Antonio Spurs.
Pounding the Rock
Spurs adjustments: Separating the rational from the panic moves
Some fans are clamoring for Pop to make some adjustments. But which moves would be beneficial and which would amount to throwing out Patty Mills with the bathwater? The Spurs and the Warriors are now going to battle it out in a best of three series with the Spurs having home court advantage.
Mon May 13, 2013
And no one has been more open about his approach to treating those injuries and rehabs, or more self-critical, than Jensen was.
LeBron James and the Idiotic Fascination with Flopping
If you have been following along closely, the NBA playoffs sparked a sudden and heated debate on King James and his epic flop to the ground at the frustrated hands of Nazr Mohammed.
Daily Dime: Process plants Warriors into tie with Spurs
Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson goes to his pet phrases about "staying true to the process" and remaining "tied together" so often that it's easy to let them flow from ear canal to ear canal without registering in your brain.
Thunder and Spurs woes leave the West wide open in NBA playoffs
The top seeds in the Western Conference, the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs, both lost over the weekend.