Ginobili, Splitter to miss two weeks

San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili is expected to miss two weeks with a strained left oblique. Ginobili was examined by team physician Dr. David Schmidt and an MRI confirmed Ginobili suffered a left internal oblique strain, he will remain in San Antonio for the remainder of the Spurs’ road trip and is expected to…

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Duncan, Spurs edge Pistons for 8 straight win

Tim Duncan had 18 points, 13 rebounds, three blocks and two steals in 33 minutes of action as the San Antonio Spurs overcame a fourth quarter rally from the Detroit Pistons, winning 99-95 on Tuesday night at the Palace of Auburn Hills to extend their NBA-best eighth consecutive victory. Detroit trailed by 15 points in…

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Spurs extend win streak to 7 as Manu returns

With Manu Ginobili back of their lineup, the San Antonio Spurs continued with their winning ways. Gary Neal scored 18 points, and Tim Duncan recorded his fourth consecutive double-double of the season with 13 points and 10 rebounds as the Spurs (19-9) won their seventh in the row with a 103-89 victory over the New…

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Splitter, Leonard among Rising Stars picks

San Antonio Spurs rookie guard Kawhi Leonard and second-year forward Tiago Splitter have been chosen to participate in the NBA Rising Stars Competition February 24 during All-Star Weekend in Orlando.   Joining Splitter from the sophomore class are: DeMarcus Cousins (Sacramento Kings), Landry Fields (New York Knicks), Paul George (Indiana Pacers), Blake Griffin (L.A. Clippers),…

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Spurs, Parker ran past 76ers

If Tony Parker doesn’t got the nod at an All-Star appearance later this month, then the NBA should start changing the way they select players that should participate during the league’s annual weekend celebration held every February. Three nights after scoring 42 points in a victory over league-leading Oklahoma City Thunder, Parker turned out another…

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Dominant Duncan lead Spurs to fifth straight win

The San Antonio Spurs opened their annual Rodeo Road Trip on a high note, beating the Memphis Grizzlies 89-84 for the third time this season and tightened their grip on their Southwest Division lead. The Grizzlies made a surging comeback in third period outscoring the Spurs 27-15 in the quarter to take a lead 73-67…

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