The San Antonio Spurs' run has been defined by a few key traits: innovation, consistency, character and, as much as anything, a defiant attitude toward the conventional rules on dynasty lengths. Now, with the end inevitably nearing, a new descriptor has made its way onto the list. Doubt. We have to step back for a second to gain some perspective. Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs continued their recent struggles last night, falling 111-95 to Wesley Matthews and the Portland Trail Blazers. San Antonio (34-23) trailed by just four points with most of the final quarter to play, but the Blazers...Show More Summary
The Wizards could finish sixth in the East, the Spurs and Thunder could make the West's first round a gauntlet even for the top teams and other standings observations as we approach the last quarter of the season. There were some unpredictable results in the NBA Wednesday. Show More Summary
For years now, it has seemed that the San Antonio Spurs' window was closing. With aging superstars Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and, to a lesser extent, Tony Parker, one of the best franchises of the modern era defied expectations eachShow More Summary
Tony Parker, Spurs struggling lately Here’s the San Antonio Express-News blog reporting on the Spurs, who are 34-23 this season and have lost four games in a row: The past three games have not been kind to Spurs point guard Tony Parker. Since a 21-point, 13-assist outing in Thursday’s loss at the Los Angeles Clippers, Parker has gone 3 [...]
Finally, the league makes San Antonio loath a long annual road trip most teams would dread. After a third straight defeat, the Spurs are 2-5 on the 2015 Rodeo Trip. With two games to go, San Antonio can finish the annual journey no better than 4-5. Show More Summary
The win in Dunedin, New Zealand, is a first for Afghanistan at the World Cup. The victory spurred Afghans to celebrate on the streets of Kabul.
Two of the NBA's best, most exciting teams squared off Wednesday night when the Portland Trail Blazers took on the San Antonio Spurs. The Blazers had dropped two straight and faced another tough test in the Spurs, who were eager to end their own three-game skid. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Aron Baynes stepped in for Tiago Splitter when the San Antonio Spurs' starting center sustained a calf injury during the first month of the 2014-15 regular season. Once the defensive specialist healed, Gregg Popovich eased Splitter back...Show More Summary
In this week's five-point stance, Stan Collymore visits topics related to the Capital One Cup final, the aftermath of Ashley Barnes' tackle on Nemanja Matic, Manchester City, Liverpool and David De Gea 1. Chelsea will shade Spurs inShow More Summary
Tottenham's trip to face Fiorentina in the second leg of their Europa League Round of 32 tie is an ominous one. With demanding fixtures either side, Spurs could perhaps be forgiven for taking some of their focus away. With the prizeShow More Summary
Chelsea’s Capital One Cup final with Tottenham is a big occasion for both London clubs but there will be a lot of attention paid to the two sets of fans as well. The Blues supporters will likely be seriously under the microscope after the now infamous racist incident on the Paris Metro before Chelsea’s 1-1 […]
The Portland Trail Blazers thrilled their home crowd and unleashed a flurry of three-pointers to upend the San Antonio Spurs, 111-95 on Thursday, a win highlighted by the team's official Twitter account: The Blazers shot 13-of-26 from downtown, coming by many of their open looks by moving the ball in a way that would've made the 2013-14 Spurs proud. Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs have rightfully received the benefit of the doubt for months now, but a four-game losing streak has magnified the team's foray into unfamiliar territory. Since returning from the All-Star break, San Antonio's dropped...Show More Summary
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Guard Ronnie Price, whom Lakers Coach Byron Scott has considered one of his toughest players and best defenders, is done for the rest of the season after having successful surgery to remove bone spurs and bone chips from his right elbow Wednesday.
On Thursday, Tottenham face Fiorentina in Florence in the second leg of their Europa League last 32 tie. Spurs drew the first leg 1-1 but will have Sunday’s Capital One Cup final against rivals Chelsea on the back of their mind throughout the 2nd leg. Speaking to the press ahead of Thursday’s tasty Europa League […]
Los Angeles Lakers guard Ronnie Price had surgery to remove bone spurs and bone chips from his right elbow.
"Hey Gunners," Dimitar Berbatov said with a wry grin, wheeling away towards the corner flag after some shockingly terrible defending sent the former Spurs and Red Devil striker free on goal to put Monaco up 2-0, "remember me?" Read more...
The Lakers announced that Ronnie Price had successful surgery Wednesday to remove bone spurs and bone chips from his right elbow.