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Why We Should Stop Criticizing Players For Replicating Other Players’ Moves

by Bobby Eghbali

We who really eat and breathe the game of basketball will sit back and enjoy the beautiful game that’s still evolving to this day, without criticizing it.
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San Antonio Spurs: The Recap

by Aaron Vetter

What will the San Antonio Spurs do after getting knocked out in the first round?
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Are The Warriors And Spurs The Only Real Threat Out West?

by Michael Turley

The Western Conference seems to have transformed into a two-team battle between the Spurs and Warriors.
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Could The Spurs Be Good… Forever?

by Thatcher Olson

It’s time to learn, you can never count out the San Antonio Spurs.
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Top 5 International Players In NBA History

by Mitch Feingold

International talent makes up over 20 percent of the NBA’s players. However, it wasn’t until the 1980’s that the NBA began to look overseas for talent. Once the league was shaken up with the influx of such a different type …
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One Player’s Loss is Another Team’s Gain

by Austin Taliaferro

As the confetti fell in San Antonio, Tim Duncan spent a few moments on Father’s Day hugging his kids and holding back tears. Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili embraced each other and teammates. Gregg Popovich took a moment to himself …
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NBA Finals Thoughts, V2: Sugar K, Chris Bosh, And Other Stuff

by Sam Gordon

Credit: Zimbio On Tuesday night, San Antonio’s “Big Three” (Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili) scored 40 points combined. The Spurs netted 112 points in total and won by 20. I try not to get wrapped up in the …
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The International San Antonio Spurs And How They Have Changed The NBA

by Bryce Welker

Before Brad Pitt was globetrotting the world fighting zombies, he took some time to star as Billy Beane in Moneyball, a well-made baseball flick which was based on Michael Lewis’s book of the same title. Almost everyone knows the story …
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NBA Finals Thoughts: Cramps, Mozart And More

by Sam Gordon

Look. I’m a Celtics fan. I bleed green (and it’s not because of this). I have no sympathy for LeBron, but I need to address these cramps. First, to the haters saying they get cramps all the time and play …
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Breaking Down The Finals

by Mitch Feingold

Credit: www.tripledouble360.com The 2014 NBA Playoffs have been a rollercoaster. Fans have witnessed the most exciting first round in NBA history, arguably the most lopsided second round in history, and two very story lined Conference Finals matchups (i.e. Serge’s surge …
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Settling The Point Guard Debate

by Matthew Dirzulaitis

With this post season bringing out some of the best point guard play in the NBA, especially in the Western Conference, I think that it is time to settle the point guard debate. The point guard position, in my opinion, …
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Revisiting My NBA Second Round Playoff Predictions

by Will Grubb

Credit: ESPN.com Last week, prior to the beginning of the second round of the NBA Playoffs, I made my predictions for each series. Now, with the second round coming to a close, I’m going to revisit my predictions and see …
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MVPs Of The Second Round

by Evan Ormond

As we look back on the Game 3s of the Oklahoma City-Los Angeles series and the Indiana-Washington series and look forward to the Game 3s of the Miami-Brooklyn series and the San Antonio-Portland series, it’s time to acknowledge and appreciate …
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NBA Second Round Playoff Preview

by Will Grubb

Credit: ESPN.com On to the second round we go. The Heat’s sweep over the Bobcats and the Wizards-Bulls series didn’t get many jumping out of their seat, but many other series sure did. In the Western Conference, the Blazers beat …
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The Well-Rounded Spurs Have One Fundamental Problem

by Michael Turley

The Spurs may very well be the most well-rounded team in the NBA. They are well coached. They have two superstars in Tony Parker and Tim Duncan, and two more great role players in Kawhi Leonard, the teams best defensive …
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Getting To The Point

by Eric Niziolek

For quite some time in the NBA, we have seen point guards Chris Paul and Tony Parker basically hold the title of best in the league at their position. They have been consistently dominant in assisting, scoring, and leading their …
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Which Point Guards Deliver The Best Presents To Their Teammates?

by Michael Turley

Credit: nba.si.com With Christmas around the corner, I decided to use NBA.com’s new player tracking data and advanced statistics to determine which players are the best gift-givers around the league. Credit: hauteliving.com The simple assist number does a solid job …
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3 Reasons The San Antonio Spurs Are Quietly In First

by Eric Rodriguez

This all just seems way too familiar. Since 2007, the Spurs have been written off as too old, too incapable of keeping up with the star-driven, up-and-coming power teams. But yet again, they’ve somehow found themselves quietly atop the NBA …
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Spurs’ Success

by Eric Niziolek

After readily handling both the New York Knicks and the Philadelphia 76ers, the San Antonio Spurs are quietly working their way to the top of the NBA’s Western Conference once again. This team is truly an amazement to watch with …
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NBA Fantasy Draft 2013-2014 Part IV

by Kenneth Ng

This will be the final piece to my fantasy draft…because the NBA season has finally started! With that said, the 4th round easily had the most standard drafting thus far. Round 4 Roy Hibbert – Jimmy’s Team Pau Gasol – …

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