Spurs’ Top 5 Draft day steals

The San Antonio Spurs is one of the most successful franchise in NBA history. They’ve won four NBA titles, including three in the last nine years which is a remarkable feat, considering San Antonio is a small market team. For over a decade, the Spurs have stayed competitive and are considered legitimate title contenders since Tim…

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Former Spurs Hill considering to play overseas

With the NBA in danger of losing the entire 2011-12 season, some NBA stars have already gone overseas to play some basketball while the lockout is still in place. Add former Spurs guard George Hill to the list of players who are considering to play elsewhere if the lockout drags on. Hill’s agent, Michael Whitaker told HoopsHype…

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Former Spur Hill held camp at the University of Texas

As reported by Todd Orodenker of The Brownsville Herald, former San Antonio Spurs guard George Hill held a camp at the University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College. Even though he’s no longer a Spurs player, Hill still made a commitment. “My word is my bond,” Hill said. The locked-out Indiana Pacers player played host…

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Will Cory Joseph be able to step in for Hill?

During the 2011 NBA draft night, the San Antonio Spurs made a deal that sent George Hill to Indiana. Much of the attention were focused on the acquisition of Kawhi Leonard and the 42nd draft pick that was used to get young Latvian Davis Bertans. That same night, another young player picked by the Spurs…

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George Hill bid Spurs’ goodbye

Jeff McDonald of Spurs Nation shares this nice piece about George Hill bidding goodbye to the San Antonio Spurs. “I don’t have a grudge against the Spurs or anything like that,” Hill told assembled media at the University of the Incarnate Word. “The Spurs gave me the chance to play in the NBA. I’m thankful…

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Spurs makes a good deal out of Hill

In a deal that constitutes the boldest draft-day move of their post-championship era, the San Antonio Spurs traded George Hill  a key rotation who coach Gregg Popovich once lauded as “my favorite player” to the Indiana Pacers for a package highlighted by Kawhi Leonard, a high-energy small forward the Pacers selected with the 15th overall pick.…

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