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Toros add Butler

Toros add Butler

By Michael De Leon, Project Spurs Rejoice Da’Sean Butler fans, the swingman from West Virginia could still see some time with the silver and black after he was waived on December 13. Butler has joined the Austin Toros (the San Antonio Spurs’ D-League affiliate) along with Luke Zeller, who spent some…

Parker apparently not liked

Parker apparently not liked

By Kyle Boenitz, Project Spurs By now, most everyone has heard that Kris Humphries is the most hated player in the NBA, edging out LeBron James according to Forbes. The whole list is not much of a surprise: three Heat players, two Lakers (three if you count Odom), and a handful of…

Gasol staying in Memphis serves as a reminder to Spurs

Gasol staying in Memphis serves as a reminder to Spurs

By Kyle Boenitz, Project Spurs After an exciting and uplifting finish to their season last year, it looks like the Memphis Grizzlies want to keep building on the blocks they already have. They beat the top-seeded San Antonio Spurs and took the Oklahoma City Thunder to seven games. A big part…

Duncan says no one is happy with new deal

Duncan says no one is happy with new deal

By Paul Garcia, Project Spurs In an article via the Associated Press, some NBA players and coaches question why both sides went into a lockout in the first place since the new Collective Bargaining Agreement looks very similar to the last CBA that caused the five month lockout. One player is…

Spurs bring back Novak

Spurs bring back Novak

By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs The San Antonio Spurs announced they have re-signed forward Steve Novak. The team did not disclose details of the contract. Last season with San Antonio he averaged 4 points, 1 rebound, shot 52% from the field, 54% from the three-point line in 8.6 minutes. The…

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,…

Spurs making push for Butler

Spurs making push for Butler

By Paul Garcia, Project Spurs Yesterday, the San Antonio Spurs were very active working the phone lines as they were reported to have been in contact with the agents of three free agent small forwards Josh Howard, Maurice Evans, and Bostjan Nachbar. On Wednesday, the first free agent the team…

Manu says he is feeling ‘active and strong’

Manu says he is feeling ‘active and strong’

By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs The San Antonio Spurs might have gotten younger in seasons past but the core of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili aren’t getting younger. And if you are Ginobili, then playing at a frenetic pace and willingness to throw your body everywhere on the…

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…

Video: Tiago Splitter records double-double in Valencia debut

By Jeff Garcia, Project Spurs After a whirlwind week for San Antonio Spurs’ Tiago Splitter, the Brazilian big man made his debut for Valencia Basket against UCAM Murcia in grand fashion. Splitter, who joined Valencia for the duration of the NBA lockout, finished with 12 points, 10 rebounds, shot 4-9 from the field, 4-6 from […]

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…

Robinson picks up NCAA silver anniversary award

Robinson picks up NCAA silver anniversary award

By Trevor Zickgraf, Project Spurs San Antonio Spurs great and now Spurs minority owner David Robinson hasn’t played in over eight years and he still is racking up awards for his play during his career. This latest award comes from the NCAA for “The Admiral’s” work while playing at the…

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