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The Grant Napear Show - Feb. 27th, 2015 - Seg. 4

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TV analyst for the San Antonio Spurs Sean Elliot joins Grant to talk about the match up tonight between the Kings and Spurs, the recent Spurs struggles, and the injuries that have plagued San Antonio over the course of the season. 49 more words

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A Rose Garden reunion

The Portland Trail Blazers defeated the San Antonio Spurs 111-95 at the Rose Garden Wednesday night, and a bunch of old friends and former co-workers converged on the arena to watch the game, drink and produce a mash-up blog of the action and atmosphere. 1,705 more words


Shane Battier says peer pressure is more valuable than coaching in the NBA

BOSTON—Shane Battier doesn’t believe coaching is the most important factor for success in the NBA, it’s peer-to-peer accountability. At least, that’s what he said on Friday morning at a panel on basketball analytics at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. 196 more words

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What's wrong with the Spurs?


That was the San Antonio Spurs record before the All Star Break began. 4 games later , their record stands at 34-23. The team’s currently sliding on a… 920 more words

Five Things We Learned in NBA Wednesday: The Spurs losing rodeo road trip a bad sign

If you watch closely every night in the NBA you can learn a little something. We know you are busy and can’t keep up with every game, so we’re here to help with those lessons from another night in the Association. 490 more words

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The Forgotten Champs

By Kyle Lance

When the NBA season began back in October, the San Antonio Spurs were once again pegged as the team to beat by many NBA fans, and for good reason. 763 more words


Brown, Kirkwood and Kerr lead Neptune past Point Beach

SCT boys basketball quarterfinals at Brookdale CC on Feb. 22, 2015

MIDDLETOWN – Neptune coach Joe Fagan admires the way the NBA’s San Antonio Spurs play basketball with a team-first mentality, where no player is worried about their individual stats. 825 more words