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Fourth Annual Providence Alumnae Volleyball Games

Fourth Annual Providence Alumnae Volleyball Games

Providence Catholic School invites all alumnae classes to join us as players or fans at the 4th Annual Alumnae Volleyball Games. When: August 10, 2012 beginning at 6:00pm until the nets come down (about 9:00pm) Where: Providence Gym Cost: Admission is FREE What: Alumnae teams will play the current Varsity…

Fan Clubs Drumming up Scorpions Support

“I love you, I love you, I love you! And where you go I’ll follow, I’ll follow, I’ll follow!” If the soccer revolution in San Antonio is going to start somewhere, it’s probably going to start here. At Heroes Stadium, the temporary home of the city’s new futboleros, the Scorpions. With the relentless echoing sounds […]

Providence Catholic School Announces Sports Camps

Providence Catholic School Announces Sports Camps

Providence Catholic School’s Athletic Department announces its Summer 2012 Sports Camp for girls. All camps are directed by the experienced coaching staff of Providence Catholic School which is located in downtown San Antonio on the corner of Brooklyn and St. Mary’s Street. Camps are available for Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer and…

@San Antonio Scorpions Inaugural Game

Fans were out in full force with their drums and horns this weekend at the tail gate party and seasoned opening game for the San Antonio Scorpions @Heroes Stadium.  and this is the beginning of what many have been waiting: Professional soccer in San Antonio.  Here’s a video wrap of the sites and sounds on […]

Spurs interested in Reggie Williams?

Spurs interested in Reggie Williams?

By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs According to Contra Costa Times, the San Antonio Spurs, along with several other teams, have shown interest in restricted free agent forward Reggie Williams. Several teams have shown interest, including San Antonio, Orlando, Denver, Chicago and Charlotte. Should the Spurs make an offer to Williams,…

There will be a 2011-12 Spurs Season!

There will be a 2011-12 Spurs Season!

By Paul Garcia, Project Spurs For basketball fans, players, and owners around the world, Christmas Day will be much brighter this year, as the NBA has announced a tentative agreement in principle on November 26, 2011. After 15-hours of negotiations that began on “Black Friday,” both sides finally came to…

Report: San Antonio to lose an estimated 90 million during lockout

Report: San Antonio to lose an estimated 90 million during lockout

The on-going NBA lockout is going to be devastating on many people outside the arenas and locker rooms. It’s a fact, NBA cities rely on revenue from NBA games. From restaurants, outside vendors, arena employees to bars, the longer the lockout rages on, more money will be lost which could…

Report: Tony Parker will play in France

By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs Will there be an upcoming NBA season or not remains to be seen but should the NBA season be canceled or games be lost, San Antonio Spurs’ Tony Parker has made it clear he will play for his French team ASVEL for the duration of…

All-Star third returns are in

By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs The NBA All-Star Game is fast approaching and the San Antonio Spurs have three players on the ballot: Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker. The NBA has released the third returnsof fan voting and let’s see how things are shaping up for the Spurs…

Do The Spurs Still Need A Perimeter Defender?

Editor’s note: Please welcome our newest staff writer, Paul Garcia, to the Project Spurs family. He’ll be bringing his unique takes along with his “Views from the Couch” column to Project Spurs weekly. He is very active during Spurs games on twitter so be sure to follow him there. By…

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…

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