Elfrid Payton had a chance to tie San Antonio at the buzzer, but the ball slipped out of his hands. By now you've seen Kawhi Leonard's bullseye jumper to give the Spurs a win in Orlando on Wednesday. But you might have missed what happened...Show More Summary
Kawhi Leonard's ongoing evolution now includes perfect timing. His sense of the moment was obvious in the San Antonio Spurs' 98-96 win over the Orlando Magic Wednesday, as he hit the game-winning jumper with just under a second remaining on the clock. Show More Summary
Kawhi Leonard scored 29 points and drilled a jumper from the top of the key with 0.9 on the clock to lift the visiting San Antonio Spurs to a 98-96 win over the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night.
Kawhi Leonard and the San Antonio Spurs defeated the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night by a score of 98-96. With the Spurs down double digits (...)
A revitalized Tony Parker has been a key piece of the San Antonio Spurs' success this season, but the veteran point guard finds himself on the bench with an injury to his ankle. Continue for updates. Parker Will Not Play for 'a While' Wednesday, Feb. Show More Summary
MIAMI — Gregg Popovich isn't an NBA bully —he just often appears as such on TV. The longtime San Antonio Spurs coach and Air Force Academy grad can be uncomfortably direct, brutally honest and comically terse during interviews. But just...Show More Summary
It was the summer of 2007. LeBron James was only 22-years-old and his Cleveland Cavaliers were fresh off an NBA Finals appearance, where they lost to the San Antonio Spurs in four straight. Kobe Bryant and the Lakers, on the other hand, were stuck in a rut, with zero playoff series victories in their past three season–after […]
San Antonio Spurs' Coach Gregg Popovich's priceless reaction to the New Hampshire Primary results. Midday open thread below...
San Antonio's first play of the 2008-09 season was designed and executed perfectly. Spurs' center Tim Duncan didn't bother jumping for the opening tap, conceding it to Phoenix's Shaquille O'Neal. Five seconds later, Michael Finley wrapped his arms around O'Neal for an intentional foul.
San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is known primarily for his clipped answers during interviews, not for his politics. From now on, he might just be known for his hilarious reaction to learning who won last night's New Hampshire primary.
With Hassan Whiteside gone from the game early in the fourth quarter Tuesday night, the Miami Heat could not catch up to the visiting San Antonio Spurs, going down 119-101 The post WATCH: Hassan Whiteside Ejected for Elbowing Boban Marjanovic in the Head appeared first on SLAMonline.
Gregg Popovich is known for a couple things in professional basketball. First, for being one of the best coaches in NBA history, a five-time World Champion whose San Antonio Spurs are the model of consistency, professionalism and excellence. But...Show More Summary
While the Lakers have lost two straight, they've been competitive in defeat to the San Antonio Spurs and Indiana Pacers. On Wednesday, the Lakers (11-43) will play one final game before the All-Star break, visiting the Cleveland Cavaliers (37-14). Cleveland has won two in a row, slowly adjusting...
Gregg Popovich had bigger things to worry about at the time, with his San Antonio Spurs trailing the Miami Heat by four after the first quarter of Tuesday night’s game. But that didn’t diminish his interest in the results of the New Hampshire primary, which was also taking place last night. And when Pops was […]
Leading, 87-80, San Antonio benefited from a flagrant-2 foul on Miami’s Hassan Whiteside to put the game away.
San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich literally couldn't believe the news coming out of New Hampshire, where Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and real estate mogul Donald Trump won their respective Democratic and Republican presidential primaries. Show More Summary
Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside was ejected during the fourth quarter of Tuesday's 119-101 loss to the San Antonio Spurs after being charged with a flagrant-2 foul on Boban Marjanovic. The NBA on ESPN reported Whiteside's abrupt exit. Show More Summary
"Who is it?" Popovich asks. "Sanders and Trump," the reporter replied.
Within seven points early in the fourth quarter, the Miami Heat had reason to believe they could knock off the San Antonio Spurs.