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Tough stretch starts today for the Spurs

By Robby Lim, Project Spurs After 30 regular season games, the San Antonio Spurs (26-4)remain on top of the NBA standings. While it is nice to be league leaders in terms of games won, the Spurs will be the first ones to point out their relatively easy schedule early on…

Spurscast #234: Grounded

By Michael De Leon, Project Spurs On episode 234 of the Spurscast, its another cell-cast as Im out of town, but Jeff and I still had a chance to get together and talk about the latest San Antonio Spurs news. After our week in review, we discussed the games against…

Giving Parker his due

By Jake Faunce, Project Spurs You can’t go a week without seeing some sort of list ranking the best point guards in the NBA. It’s an ongoing debate in the NBA. This is due to the high number of great point guards in the league that are not only competent…

Butler injury affects both Mavericks and Spurs

By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs The San Antonio Spurs have been fortunate this season to not have any of their major players suffer an injury. The same cannot be said for the Dallas Mavericks. This season they have had to endure an injured Nowitzki and possibly lose Caron Butler for…

Views From The Couch: Vol. 7

Views From The Couch: Vol. 7

By Paul Garcia, Project Spurs Welcome all San Antonio Spurs fans to the first “Views From The Couch” piece for here at Project Spurs! I began writing the “Views From The Couch” column on November 19, last year. You can see volumes 1-6 here. The idea was to give a…

Spurscast #234: Grounded

Spurscast #234: Grounded

By Michael De Leon, Project Spurs On episode 234 of the Spurscast, its another cell-cast as Im out of town, but Jeff and I still had a chance to get together and talk about the latest San Antonio Spurs news. After our week in review, we discussed the games against…

Giving Parker his due

Giving Parker his due

By Jake Faunce, Project Spurs You can’t go a week without seeing some sort of list ranking the best point guards in the NBA. It’s an ongoing debate in the NBA. This is due to the high number of great point guards in the league that are not only competent…

Butler injury affects both Mavericks and Spurs

Butler injury affects both Mavericks and Spurs

By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs The San Antonio Spurs have been fortunate this season to not have any of their major players suffer an injury. The same cannot be said for the Dallas Mavericks. This season they have had to endure an injured Nowitzki and possibly lose Caron Butler for…

Length, Speed and Swagger: Spurs’ Recipe for Success–Part 1

By Nick Kapsis, Project Spurs The San Antonio Spurs just dont have it. They just dont have, it. Whatever it has been this yearby most accounts, defensive help in the frontcourt and on the wingthe lack of it has prevented a fair amount of people, fans or otherwise (this guy…

Catching up with Roger Mason

By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs Last week I was able to cover the San Antonio Spurs-New York Knicks matchupin Madison Square Garden. After the game, I headed to the Spurs’ locker room to join the rest of the media as we awaited word to enter the Spurs’ locker-room. I had…

Spurscast En Español: Episodio 19

Arianne Villanueva, Project Spurs Ariann is back for the latest Spanish edition of the Spurscast. In this episode, Arianne recaps the recent San Antonio victories for the Spanish speaking Spurs fans. Remember, Project Spurs was the first San Antonio Spurs blog to have a Spurs podcast and the first to…

Spurs news and notes: Beasley questionable, Duncan walks on water, and more

Spurs news and notes: Beasley questionable, Duncan walks on water, and more

By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs The San Antonio Spurs will take on the Minnesota Timberwolves tomorrow but might face Minnesota sans Michael Beasley: Minnesota Timberwolves forward Michael Beasley did not practice on Monday with an ankle injury and is questionable for the game against San Antonio on Tuesday. Beasley was…

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