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3 San Antonio Studies Target Androgen in Breast Cancer

"We're on the cusp of a major revolution in the way we treat breast cancer," says University of Colorado Cancer Center investigator, Jennifer Richer, PhD.

The View From Here

Today Aunt Jeanette writes: Several weeks ago Dan was at a board meeting in San Antonio, Texas. He sent a text to me while he was on the San Antonio River Walk. It was a gorgeous day there. Unfortunately, our weather had changed – it was cold and WINDY! As the texts went back and forth between us, he asked... Read More

San Antonio Regulations Could Run Uber Out of Town

AUSTIN, Texas -- The San Antonio City Council is considering regulations that may force ride-sharing company Uber to cease its operations in the city, according to a letter Uber emailed to the City Council on Sunday. According to a report...Show More Summary

Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for the Spurs in the Month of December

The San Antonio Spurs are entering a brutal stretch to end the month of December, one that shows just how difficult the absurdly competitive Western Conference is to navigate. Determining best- and worst-case scenarios for the finalShow More Summary

New York Knicks vs. San Antonio Spurs 12/10/14: Video Highlights and Recap

The San Antonio Spurs looked to get themselves back on track after a tough loss, when they took on the New York Knicks on Wednesday night. The Spurs snapped a two-game win streak their last time out and faced a Knicks squad desperate to end its nine-game skid. Read more NBA news on

Bryant Needs 31 Points to Pass Jordan on All-Time Scoring List

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant needs 31 points in Friday's game against the San Antonio Spurs to surpass Michael Jordan for third place on the NBA's all-time scoring list, per ESPN Stats & Info. Coming off a 32-point showing in...Show More Summary

Iman Shumpert Injury: Updates on Knicks Star's Finger and Return

New York Knicks shooting guard Iman Shumpert is dealing with a finger injury in the aftermath of the Knicks' 109-95 loss to the San Antonio Spurs. Marc Berman of the New York Post reported the news of Shumpert's ailment: ESPN's Ian Begley reported more detail: Shumpert, 24, had an underwhelming season much like the rest of the franchise in 2013-14. Show More Summary

Celtics Rookies Young, Powell Making Strides in the NBA Development League

Boston Celtics rookies Dwight Powell and James Young entered the game against the San Antonio Spurs with four minutes, 19 seconds left. Young finished with two points, while Powell chipped in six in a blowout loss. Later that week, they both started for the Maine Red Claws. Show More Summary

J.R. Smith Injury: Updates on Knicks Star's Heel and Return

Currently dealing with a heel injury, J.R. Smith will miss the New York Knicks' game against the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday. The team's official Twitter feed provided the news: One of the more polarizing players in the league (per...Show More Summary

Anthony, Duncan missing for Knicks-Spurs

Knicks star Carmelo Anthony and Spurs veterans Tim Duncan and Tony Parker are among several big names out of action for Wednesday night's game between New York and San Antonio.

New York Knicks vs. San Antonio Spurs: Live Score, Highlights and Reaction

The New York Knicks will look to snap a nine-game losing streak when they travel to the AT&T Center to take on the short-handed San Antonio Spurs Wednesday night. According to Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News, the SpursShow More Summary

Ranking the Spurs' 10 Best Highlights of the 2014-15 Season So Far

Over time, the San Antonio Spurs have built a reputation for their fundamental play and how it has translated into success. As the season's first quarter comes to a close, we've seen their trademarked ball movement take center stage,...Show More Summary

Chris Bosh Explains Why He Accepted Losing To The San Antonio Spurs In The 2014 NBA Finals

The San Antonio Spurs impressed the sports world in 2014 by blowing away the Miami Heat in five games in the NBA Finals. The Heat were in their fourth straight Finals appearance, going for the highly coveted "threepeat" — a journey Chris...Show More Summary

Kawhi Leonard Injury: Updates on Spurs Star's Hand and Return

San Antonio Spurs star forward Kawhi Leonard will miss Wednesday night's game against the New York Knicks with a hand injury. Paul Garcia of Project Spurs reported the details of Leonard's status: Leonard, the reigning NBA Finals MVP,...Show More Summary

Pathway that degrades holiday turkey fuels metastasis of triple negative breast cancer

A University of Colorado Cancer Center study being presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium shows that triple negative breast cancer cells process tryptophan to promote survival while traveling through the body in order to seed new tumor sites. read more

Jazz beat Spurs for much-needed win

Here’s the Deseret News reporting some Utah Jazz success from Tuesday: The Utah Jazz were finally able to get the monkey off their backs. After going three weeks without a victory, Utah managed to defeat the San Antonio Spurs 100-96 in a home game at EnergySolutions Arena. From the get-go, the Jazz played with a great sense of purpose [...]

San Antonio, Beyond the Alamo

Although many would be wise to pay heed to the warning, “Don’t mess with Texas,” when it comes to travel, the Lone Star State has a wealth of interesting sites as well as its own rich history to explore. Today’s guest post by Sam Lowe explains the best way to see one of the state’s […]

San Antonio Spurs vs. Utah Jazz 12/9/14: Video Highlights and Recap

The red-hot San Antonio Spurs looked to continue their recent run of success on Tuesday when they took on the Utah Jazz. The Spurs had won two straight and 10 of their past 11, and they faced a young Jazz squad mired in a nine-game skid. Read more NBA news on

Are We Doing Enough? Some Questions for the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium Participants

This year, the National Breast Cancer Coalition posed a question to the world. Isn't it time we stop losing the women and men we love to breast cancer? The question is rhetorical, and the answer, at least on the surface, is easy. Yes. Show More Summary

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