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Gregg Popovich Calls Coaching Spurs Without Tim Duncan a ‘Challenge’ and ‘Refreshing’

"It's been a lot of fun." The post Gregg Popovich Calls Coaching Spurs Without Tim Duncan a ‘Challenge’ and ‘Refreshing’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

WATCH: Spurs Featured on The Association

Get a behind-the-scenes look at how they're recovering from Tim Duncan's retirement. The post WATCH: Spurs Featured on The Association appeared first on SLAMonline.

WATCH: Danny Green Shows Off His Pet Snakes

The Spurs swingman talks about taking care of his two pet pythons, how losing Tim Duncan affected the Spurs and more. The post WATCH: Danny Green Shows Off His Pet Snakes appeared first on SLAMonline.

Gasol has been a perfect fit for the Spurs

He's a skilled, defensive-minded center who can score. Perfect replacement for Tim Duncan        

Gasol has been a perfect fit for Spurs

He's a skilled, defensive-minded center who can score. Perfect replacement for Tim Duncan        

How the San Antonio Spurs Avoided the Post-Superstar Decline

SAN ANTONIO — Nearly a month into his first season in 20 years without Tim Duncan, Gregg Popovich still fields the same question whenever a team his San Antonio Spurs face for the first time shows up on the schedule. “What’s it likeShow More Summary

Spurs announce plans to retire Tim Duncan's No. 21 jersey

Long-time Spurs fans can probably uncross their fingers and stop hoping for the miracle return.

Spurs to retire Tim Duncan's number on Dec. 18

Duncan retired in July after 19 seasons and five championships        

Tim Duncan's No. 21 to Be Retired by Spurs: Latest Details, Reaction

The San Antonio Spurs will honor the greatest player in team history Dec. 18 when they retire Tim Duncan's No. 21 following their game against the New Orleans Pelicans. The organization announced the occasion Wednesday: The 40-year-old...Show More Summary

San Antonio Spurs to Retire Tim Duncan’s Jersey

Tim Duncan's iconic No. 21 will be raised to the rafters in San Antonio on Dec. 18. The post San Antonio Spurs to Retire Tim Duncan’s Jersey appeared first on SLAMonline.

Spurs will retire Tim Duncan jersey on December 18

The San Antonio Spurs will retire Tim Duncan’s No. 21 jersey on Sunday, Dec. 18 when the team hosts the New Orleans Pelicans at 6 p.m. CST. Duncan will become the eighth Spurs player in franchise history to have his number raised to the rafters, joining Bruce Bowen (12), Sean Elliott (32), George Gervin (44), Avery [...]

Duncan jokingly calls Sean Elliott 'Steve Urkel'

San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan has found a job after retiring from the NBA: Trolling his...        

Tim Duncan jokingly rips Sean Elliott again via text by calling him Steve Urkel

San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan has found a job after retiring from the NBA: Trolling his former teammate Sean Elliott with hilarious (...)

Gregg Popovich and Tim Duncan text each other with those little heart emojis

If you don’t love Pop and Tim, you may need to see a doctor. We still miss Tim Duncan on the basketball court, but we’re loving his post-retirement shindigs. He’s cracking jokes at his former teammate’s expense and he’s getting fined $2,500 a day by Gregg Popovich for not showing up to practice. Show More Summary

Tim Duncan is spending his retirement razzing old teammates with text message jokes

Good one, Tim. After 19 years in the NBA, Tim Duncan retired this summer. A lot of players immediately jump from playing to coaching or announcing. Basketball is all they’ve known and they need something to fill their time. Duncan hasn’t...Show More Summary

The Spurs' new H-E-B commercials have Kawhi Leonard smiling at his origami snowball

Texas’ favorite tradition is back: The Spurs/H-E-B annual commercials! Sadly, with Tim Duncan retired, last year was the final time he ever got to participate (unless H-E-B decides to ask him for a cameo in the future, which we would...Show More Summary

2016-17 NBA Season Predictions for Each San Antonio Spurs Player

The Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers are the favorites for the 2016-17 NBA title, but the San Antonio Spurs are the top challengers to the championship throne. Despite the loss of franchise cornerstone Tim Duncan, San Antonio has a roster built to contend with the Association's best. Show More Summary

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