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Five Takeaways from NBA Wednesday: Stories to be thankful for this season

Happy Thanksgiving. In the spirit of the day, our five takeaways have become five storylines we should be thankful for this young NBA season. We at PBT are thankful to you for being here, reading our work, … 705 more words

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While the Warriors Pursue a Perfect Season, the Spurs Stay Quietly Close Behind

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While the youthful Golden State Warriors are in the spotlight after making NBA history last night with their 16-0 start, the seasoned 5-time champion San Antonio Spurs happily wait in the shadows. 627 more words

Who wins a footrace: Kyle Anderson or Tim Duncan?

Former UCLA Bruin Kyle Anderson has some skills. The reigning Summer League MVP plays a high IQ game and is a forward who can handle the rock, which is getting him a few Boris Diaw minutes off the Spurs bench this season. 142 more words


Manu Ginobili Loves the Idea of Tim Duncan, Boris Diaw and Kyle Anderson in a Footrace

Manu was asked who would he take in a foot race: Duncan or Anderson #Spurs pic.twitter.com/L1SCrnyiif

— Jabari Young (@JabariJYoung) November 24, 2015

Manu Ginobili was asked who would win in a footrace between Tim Duncan and Kyle Anderson.

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Kristaps Porzingis did something not even Patrick Ewing could

Kristaps Porzingis has been absolutely lighting up the NBA and the city of New York despite being only a rookie. The 20-year old has been absolutely phenomenal averaging 13.2 points, 8.8 boards, and 1.5 blocks in about 26 minutes per game. 153 more words


Tim Duncan Didn't Grab A Rebound For The First Time In His Career Friday Night

There are about a million ways to describe Tim Duncan’s career in the NBA, but the easiest thing to say is that it’s been remarkable. Duncan has done just about everything since he came into the league in 1998, and his consistent brilliance over that time is mind-blowing. 199 more words


Tim Duncan logs first-ever game with no rebounds

Over the course of his 19-year NBA career, Tim Duncan has played in 1,343 regular-season games and 241 playoff games. In Friday night’s loss to the Pelicans, he did something he had never done in any of those 1,584 previous games: he failed to grab a single rebound. 87 more words