Duncan ranked 8th among 50 Greatest of All Time

With the NBA lockout still unresolved, the guys at Bleacher Report made an updated list of the 50 Greatest NBA Players of All Time. San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan was ranked 8th in the list, a notch ahead of another great big man Hakeem Olajuwon (9th) and a step behind Shaquille O’Neal (7th). Here’s the…

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Spurs.com: George Gervin by the Numbers

Spurs.com takes a look back at George Gervin’s career and some of his notable accomplishments with the San Antonio Spurs, by the numbers. 4 – Ice won four NBA scoring titles during his 10-year NBA career … Michael Jordan (10), Wilt Chamberlain (7) and Allen Iverson (4) are the only three other players in NBA history…

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Video: A look back at Parker’s 55-point Game

Tony Parker is one of the quickest guards in the NBA today, his dribble drives and ability to knife into the lane and finish with precision has made him one of the deadliest players on the open floor. When he’s hitting his jumpers, Parker is virtually unstoppable. Today Spurs World looks back at Parker’s career…

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David Robinson: The Admirable Admiral

David Robinson had a Hall of Fame career, and his arrival in San Antonio made a lasting impact. He joined the San Antonio Spurs in the 1989-90 season after fulfilling his commitment with the Navy and instantly led the Spurs into respectability. During his first year, Robinson helped the Spurs to achieve one of the biggest…

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Gervin: A scorer from all angles

To younger San Antonio Spurs fans who probably don’t know or see George Gervin play and to the not so young at heart who witnessed Gervin’s greatness, this article from NBA.com’s Shaun Powell is a must read. It is a fitting coincidence that George Gervin made much of his career, and his current home, in…

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Possible trade scenarios for the Spurs

With the San Antonio Spurs already out in the playoffs, here are some trade deals that they could possibly make to try to improve their roster in the offseason. Here are four scenarios. Richard Jefferson for Paul Millsap Why it might work? I know this like a pipe dream, and it looks like a one-sided…

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Rose wins MVP Award

Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose is the youngest Most Valuable Player award-winner in the history of the NBA. The 22-year-old Rose was officially announced as season MVP on Tuesday after leading the Bulls to a 62-20 record and No. 1 seed throughout the playoffs. Rose finished with 113 first-place votes and 1,182 total points. Orlando…

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