Welcome to Spurs On Fire!

As you guys may have noticed, the post here on Spurs World has been scarce lately.

It’s been almost year since I founded this website and I am extremely happy with the results.

While I would love to continue posting on this blog site, Michael Hirschbein of FanvsFan network gave an offer I couldn’t resists.

We tried to use the domain Spursworld.com but unfortunately, it was already taken and that led us to choosing SpursOnFire.com.

From here on out, I’ll be posting on SpursOnFire for the latest about the San Antonio Spurs, and hopefully YOU,  my loyal readers will continue to support the new site.

I felt that by joining the the FanvsFan network with Michael’s help, things will only get bigger and better.

Thanks for all the support you gave me here at Spurs World, and I hope to see you there at SpursOnFire! Go Spurs Go!

Spurs World back at blogging

I haven’t been blogging lately, especially during the months of November and December, I guess I took the holidays too far and enjoyed to the fullest.

Manu is unhappy knowing that he will spend an ample amount of time watching in the sidelines for the Spurs. (Photo via ESPN)

However, I’m glad that there are still followers and readers on this blog despite the lack of timely post on the site.

But now I believe things will get back to normal and hopefully I can write more often and communicate frequently with my fellow San Antonio Spurs fans.

Since my last post, a lot of things had happened with the Spurs. They opened the season with a nice pair of wins over the Memphis Grizzlies and the new-look Los Angeles Clippers, dropped a game against the gritty Houston Rockets, bounced back with a win over the Utah Jazz, loss another game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, but more notably will miss Manu Ginobili for at least two months because of a broken his fifth metacarpal that will require surgery.

Without Manu, the Spurs faces a tough task of making it to the playoffs.

The team must rally and put up a great team effort to be able to sustain and survive the 66 season games in 120 days without missing the post season for the first time in the Tim Duncan era.

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Happy Mother’s Day from Spurs World!

Yes, this is a Spurs blog.

But this is one time of the year that we should all be thankful for our existence here on this earth. At some point in our lives, we all had a caring and loving mother by our side to guide and help us in everything we need. This is their day, let’s make them feel special.

With that, let me share you this wonderful poem dedicated to all the mother’s around the world.

M – O – T – H – E – R

“M” is for the million things she gave me,

“O” means only that she’s growing old,

“T” is for the tears she shed to save me,

“H” is for her heart of purest gold;

“E” is for her eyes, with love-light shining,

“R” means right, and right she’ll always be,

Put them all together, they spell

“MOTHER,”

A word that means the world to me.

Howard Johnson (c. 1915)

To my mom, Cynthia Villanueva Lim, HAPPY, HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY! You are the best! May God continue to shower you with blessings and give you more fruitful years to live. I LOVE YOU!

And to all the wonderful and amazing mom’s in the whole wide world, HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY from Spurs World!

Hitting the reset button…

After days of thinking I decided to put up my own Spurs blog site yet again! Whether this is the right idea remains to be seen. But I love writing and blogging on things about the Spurs and for me those are good enough reasons to push through with this.

Here’s to hoping that this time things will be greater and bigger. All that said, I want to thank my Project Spurs Family for all the support they have given me, I wish them all the best!

But now it’s time to hit the reset button and try to reinvigorate from something old and make a new one! And this is where Spurs World comes in! Welcome friends, readers, sports and basketball lovers.

This is Spurs World! Feel free to send your suggestions and comments at the comment section. Thanks!