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LeBron James’ Trouble With Heat

Thursday night, the San Antonio Spurs knocked off a hamstrung Miami Heat in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Faulty circuitry in the Spurs home arena caused the air conditioning to go out and LeBron James’ legs to give out, too. He limped...Show More Summary

Jerome Kersey, Virginia-born NBA star, dies at 52

Jerome Kersey, who in the 1990s helped take the Portland Trail Blazers to the National Basketball Association finals twice and won the title in 1999 with the San Antonio Spurs during a 17-year playing career, died Wednesday at a hospital in Tualatin, Ore. He was 52.Read full article >>

Markieff Morris wants more home team support from Suns fans

Markieff Morris wants more home team support from Suns fans Here’s the Arizona Republic reporting on the Phoenix Suns, who got wrecked by the San Antonio Spurs Saturday. But after the game, Suns forward Markieff Morris spoke up about what he feels is a regular problem that goes beyond one mere game. He wants Suns fans in Phoenix [...]

Early Morning Thread 3/1/15: Just One Meal - San Antonio [krakatoa]

Happy Sunday, dear morons. I'll be traveling Monday instead of today, and off to wonderful warm (relatively speaking) San Antonio. I've eaten at several nice places on & around the Riverwalk. What's your favorite?...

Markieff Morris Calls out Suns Fans for Lack of Enthusiasm at Home Games

Phoenix Suns fans aren't going to like what forward Markieff Morris had to say about them. But the big guy isn't really thrilled with them, either. Following the Suns' humbling 101-74 home loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday, Morris sounded off on the team's supporters. Show More Summary

San Antonio Spurs Win Big at Perfect Time and Other Saturday NBA Takeaways

The San Antonio Spurs don't seem like a team that listens to a lot of outside noise, but Saturday's destruction of the Phoenix Suns felt like a direct response to the Alamo City's critics. After losing four of their last five games, the Spurs took control of this contest from the opening tip. Show More Summary

Brandon Knight Injury: Updates on Suns Star's Hip and Return

The Phoenix Suns announced that point guard Brandon Knight suffered a hip pointer against the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday night. Knight played 17 minutes, going 0-of-6 from the floor and scoring one point. Heading into Saturday, he averaged 16.7 points and 4.5 assists since arriving in Phoenix. Show More Summary

San Antonio Spurs vs. Phoenix Suns: Live Score, Highlights and Reaction

The Spurs and Suns game is underway. Keep it here for live updates and analysis throughout. Read more NBA news on

Adorable Sacramento Kings Fan Shows All the Feels During Free-Throw Attempt

While Sacramento Kings forward Rudy Gay was attempting a free throw against the San Antonio Spurs on Friday night, the camera caught a fan showing all the feels. This adorable young fan crossed his fingers while scrunching his face, hoping Gay would make his free throw. Show More Summary

San Antonio Spurs vs. Sacramento Kings 2/27/15: Video Highlights and Recap

The San Antonio Spurs looked to bring an end to their recent struggles on Friday night when they took on the Sacramento Kings. The Spurs had dropped four straight, and they faced another tricky test from the Kings, who had won two of their last three. Read more NBA news on

Oscar Diaz passes at 32

In tragic news, popular former welterweight contender Oscar “El Torito” Diaz passed away on Thursday at the age of 32 in San Antonio, Texas. Diaz, a exciting, all-action fighter with a career mark of 26-3 with 12 KOs, last fought … Continue reading ? The post Oscar Diaz passes at 32 appeared first on Boxing News.

Kings' Cousins sits out vs. Spurs

Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins is sitting out against the San Antonio Spurs because of a sprained left ankle and bruised left hip.

Troops Train With Surgical 'Cut Suits'

FORT MCCOY, Wis. – Medical Readiness and Training Command members from San Antonio employed a special piece of equipment during a military medical exercise held here from April 26 through May 16. ......

Tony Parker Struggling, Old, Aging Spurs in Jeopardy of Missing the Playoffs

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Losers of four in a row, the defending champion San Antonio Spurs are languishing in 7th place in the West, 34-23 and not looking anything (...)

Ric Bucher: No One Should Be Foolish Enough to Count out the San Antonio Spurs

The 2014 NBA champion San Antonio Spurs will close out the month of February in the bottom half of the Western Conference's top eight. After their lackluster performances with their aging veterans, many people have decided to count the Spurs out. Show More Summary

Daily News Briefs for February 27, 2015

Rep. Paul Ryan: Let the States Toll I-270 Reversible Toll Lanes on Table $1.3 Billion Texas Project Spurs Debate CT Border Toll Push Sparks Opposition More on MoPac South Proposal San Antonio Mayoral...

Grande beats AT&T, Google Fiber with 1 Gbps launch in San Antonio

Grande Communications, a Texas-based cable overbuilder, is leapfrogging competitors AT&T and Google Fiber with plans to launch its new 1 Gbps fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) service in San Antonio on March 3.

What Is the San Antonio Spurs' Ceiling in 2014-15 with Tony Parker Struggling?

It's that time of the year again—the San Antonio Spurs, fresh off an NBA championship, are being excluded from list of contenders. The only difference this time is that the team's fanbase has seemingly joined in on the action. The Spurs are currently in the midst of a rapid decline. Show More Summary

Phase 3 of 400 MW Alamo Solar Project in Texas Now Online

The third phase, Alamo 3, of the much hyped 400 megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic project outside of San Antonio, Texas, is now online and active commercially, according to recent reports. This follows Alamo 4, ironically, which was already completed. Show More Summary

Word of Museum's Closure Sparks Outrage

SAN ANTONIO -- The Security Forces Museum in San Antonio is modest and obscure, but when word got out that the Air Force had abruptly closed it, thousands of people around the country cried out in......

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