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Spurs struggle in fourth quarter, once again

Spurs struggle in fourth quarter, once again
Dalton Hartmann, Staff Writer January 28, 2020

The San Antonio Spurs are currently sitting at the ninth seed in the Western Conference as they approach the middle of the season. The Spurs are a game and a half behind the Memphis Grizzlies for a playoff...

A tribute to Tony Parker

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Dalton Hartmann November 20, 2019

On Nov. 11, the final member of the Spurs’ Big Three, William Anthony Parker Jr., better known as Tony Parker, had his number nine jersey hung in the Spurs’ rafters. Parker’s retirement took place...

Spurs Continue Losing Streak

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Dalton Hartmann November 20, 2019

The San Antonio Spurs are currently on a five-game losing streak, which, in the Western Conference, is going to be hard to recover from since the West is stacked with great teams. The Spurs’ biggest...

Spurs struggle to start off season

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Dalton Hartmann November 13, 2019

The 2019-2020 San Antonio Spurs season started off strong with the return of Spurs starting point guard Dejounte Murray, who was on his way to having a breakout season before he tore his ACL during the...

Wild NBA offseason shakes up the whole league

LeBron taking shots in a game.
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Zach Truesdale August 21, 2018

Big name players were on the move this offseason Another summer passed, another rollercoaster of an offseason for the basketball world and its fans. From trades, free agents signings and drafts, every...

Spurs struggle as playoff race heats up

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Kenyatta Battle February 27, 2018

After being swept by the Golden State Warriors in the conference finals last season, the San Antonio Spurs transitioned into the offseason. Many NBA analysts believed that the Spurs had a good chance...

Spurs to retire Duncan’s jersey to honor his great career

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Frankie Leal November 30, 2016

For 19 years, he was the beloved cornerstone of the San Antonio Spurs franchise.  He was the epitome of class and consistency, winning a championship in three different decades and leading the silver...

Remembering the I-10 rivalry: Spurs vs. Lakers

Patrick Martinez November 2, 2016

Come playoffs or even a regular season game, nothing gets the fans more pumped than a good ol’ fashioned rivalry. Throughout the decades of sports play, one of the most thrilling things to spectate is...

Spurs look to younger players for post-Duncan success

Josh Zollicofer October 18, 2016

The Spurs bring out the best of the city as fans cheer for the beloved team. Year in and year out, the Spurs strive to capture the NBA championship and consistently rank in the top 10 when it comes to...

Spurs prepare for post-Duncan era

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Jessica Jimenez August 16, 2016

San Antonio’s off-season has been nothing shy of eventful. Although the announcement of Tim Dun- can’s retirement did not come as a complete shock to Spurs fans, the news was definitely hard...

Spurs’ disappointing postseason raises questions about future

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Derek Machen June 4, 2016

Following a 116-99 game 6 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder at Chesapeake Energy Arena, the San Antonio Spurs were exploited more in this series than they have been all season long. For years, the Spurs...

Spurs’ Style Succeeds

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Anthony Suniga March 22, 2016

The San Antonio Spurs have not missed the NBA playoffs since Gregg Popvich became head coach and Tim Duncan was drafted first overall in 1997. There is much more to the story than meets the eye. The Spurs...

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