Spurs coach Gregg Popovich chats with Tim Duncan during practice and media sessions at American Airlines Arena on Wednesday as the team prepares for Thursday's Game 7. Edward A. Ornelas / San Antonio Express-News Cure for the common hangover: Gut-punch losses such as the one the Spurs experienced in Game 6 often have a habit of hanging around.
The Miami Heat's Ray Allen watches his 3-pointer fall in the final seconds of the fourth quarter as he holds the San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday, June 18, 2013, at the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami, Florida.
Twenty thoughts after tonight's NBA Finals Game 6, which was the greatest and most emotionally draining basketball game I've watched in my entire life.
Anyway, I am starting to get the same feeling LeBron James is getting. Yep. It's over! That said, I will stay the course and stick with Tim Duncan and One Leg Tony Parker and trust that the Spurs will prove me to be the sports information genius you all know me to be.
In an epic Game Six of the NBA Finals that will be remembered most for the fourth quarter and overtime, one of the most amazing plays came in the first quarter.
Security guards lined the court. Fans headed to the exits in droves. And in all likelihood, the visiting locker room was being prepared for a Spurs celebration.
The San Antonio Spurs got their shot at the championship, he got an early vacation and his full salary.
A nonprofit that's helping spread the word about President Barack Obama's health overhaul is launching a campaign that will target states with high numbers of uninsured Americans.
During his team's Game 3 rout of the Heat, Gregg Popovich was shown on TV talking to his players while they were in the process of burying Miami with a stirring offensive display.
Me neither, but Spurs TV announcer Sean Elliott somehow managed to end up on the wrong side of that congratulatory coin while praising the gritty nature of Tony Parker to the San Antonio Express-News , according to In the interview with the Express-News , the former Spurs forward-turned-sportscaster complimented Parker on the toughness he has ... (more)
MANILA, Philippines Unknown to many Filipino NBA fans, the Philippines also has a direct connection with the San Antonio Spurs.
Five things to watch for in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, as the San Antonio Spurs try to clinch their fifth title and end the Miami Heat's reign on Tuesday night: HOW THE HEAT START: Even at home, Miami has started games in slow motion during these playoffs.
Few players have been as quick as Tony Parker, or won as high a percentage of games, or been able to score inside so well considering his height, or been able to dominate the NBA after learning his basketball skills overseas.
When the Miami Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA Finals a year ago, it looked as though the league might be in for a drastic change as far as playing styles go.
The Supreme Court says states cannot require would-be voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before using a federal registration system designed to make signing up easier.
During the NBA Finals, one player often has to step up in a big way for his team to eventually hoist the Larry O'Brien trophy into the air.