Duncan won’t play elsewhere

Buck Harvey of Spurs Nation wrote this great piece about why Tim Duncan will stay in San Antonio. A MUST READ for all Spurs fans. Duncan won’t leave San Antonio as Peyton Manning did Indianapolis. For one, Duncan won’t wear a suit and tie and field questions on live television. He’d play until he was…

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Manu taking it easy, Ford still not ready

After missing 22 games with a broken left hand, San Antonio Spurs star guard Manu Ginobili is trying to play his way back into shape after his first three games since returning to action February 11 at New Jersey. “I’m a little tired,” Ginobili said. “My legs are a little sore after the long lockout…

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Spurs notes: Manu nearing return, TD on NBA’s Top 20 rebounding list and more

After missing 21 games this season, it looked like San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili will be returning to the Spurs line up pretty soon. According to Jeff McDonald of Spurs Nation, coach Gregg Popovich gave an optimistic assessment of his All-Star guard’s progress. “The doctors say he’s healed and healthy,” Popovich said before the Spurs’…

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Spurs Nation: Spurs to retire Bowen’s No. 12

As reported by Mike Monroe of Spurs Nation. When the Spurs added Bruce Bowen to their roster for the 2001-02 season, it was not because they needed scoring. Tim Duncan, David Robinson, Steve Smith and a teenage rookie named Tony Parker did plenty of that. And Bowen? “People said I couldn’t hit the side of…

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Gary Neal could spend spot duty at point guard

With George Hill traded to the Indiana Pacers on draft night and San Antonio Spurs rookie Cory Joseph as the only backup to Tony Parker on the current roster, I played with the idea of the Spurs targeting J.J. Barea once the NBA season resumes. While acquiring Barea might be unlikely, Jeff McDonald of Spurs Nation…

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Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard playing in Impact Basketball?

The NBA lockout has affected players’ progress because it prohibits them to use their team’s training facilities and it also wiped out the entire Summer League, which in previous years have helped aspiring players and NBA rookies to hone their craft and show their talent to coaches and prospective teams. Last year, San Antonio Spurs’…

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