LaMarcus Aldridge is Plan A for the San Antonio Spurs, and following a pair of eye-opening moves, he's officially a realistic target. But the franchise is running out of options for Plan B. To be clear, San Antonio shouldn't be in panic...Show More Summary
Dwyane Wade is staying with the Miami Heat and Tim Duncan will return to the San Antonio Spurs.
The Phoenix Suns are officially a major player for LaMarcus Aldridge. Even though the San Antonio Spurs have seemed to serve as the leading suitor for the star power forward's services, with other teams—the Dallas Mavericks, Portland...Show More Summary
Tim Duncan is returning to San Antonio for a 19th season with the Spurs.
Tim Duncan isn't ready to retire just yet.
Tim Duncan is heading back for another year with the San Antonio Spurs. The veteran big man told the San Antonio Express that (...)
The waiting game on Tim Duncan’s status is over, according to Mike Monroe of the San Antonio Express-News: Straight from Tim Duncan: "I'll be on the court next year" … story coming soon on http://t.co/LMDPrVQ6z4 — Mike Monroe (@Monroe_SA) July 2, 2015 Duncan, who turned 39 in April, will be back for the 19th season […]
The Spurs' legend has decided to postpone retirement. Future Hall of Famer Tim Duncan will stick around for at least one more season, he told the San Antonio Express News' Mike Monroe. The biggest question for Duncan the last two season...Show More Summary
West would have to leave a lot of money on the table to make it happen. David West want to join a true contender and a person familiar with the situation said he has "serious interest in playing for the San Antonio Spurs or Golden State...Show More Summary
It would appear the San Antonio Spurs are on the precipice of signing LaMarcus Aldridge. It’s an incredible move, and one the Los (...)
The San Antonio Spurs knew they were on the brink of a pleasantly hectic offseason, and the first day of business didn't disappoint. Just hours after the free-agent frenzy commenced on Wednesday, the organization made three moves that...Show More Summary
The free agent power forward is reportedly deciding between San Antonio and Phoenix. The Spurs may still be the frontrunners, but after meeting with free agent power forward LaMarcus Aldridge for two hours Wednesday afternoon the Phoenix...Show More Summary
A person with knowledge of the deals says the Atlanta Hawks are finalizing a trade for San Antonio Spurs center Tiago Splitter.
So Michelle Beadle was tweeting innocuously Wednesday about her beloved San Antonio Spurs on the first day of NBA free agency when Christian Carillo, a tennis player at the University of Texas-San Antonio, thought it he would make a fun joke. Beadle, who got her bachelor’s degree from UTSA, didn’t take kindly to being called […]
ESPN's Michelle Beadle is calling for the University of Tennessee San Antonio to punish a sophomore tennis player... after he allegedly called her a "slut" on social media. Beadle had been tweeting about the San Antonio Spurs... when Gio…
Not long after re-signing with San Antonio, Green was trying to get the top player on the market to join him. Danny Green is back with the San Antonio Spurs after re-signing in free agency and clearly he hopes LaMarcus Aldridge will join him. Show More Summary
The Blazers big man is leaving a lasting domino effect in free agency. With two moves in the span of minutes, the San Antonio Spurs put themselves in the pole position to sign LaMarcus Aldridge. Meanwhile, the Atlanta Hawks lost at least...Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs reached an agreement with guard Danny Green on a new contract Wednesday, with the player confirming the decision on his Twitter account: Chris Broussard of ESPN.com reported the deal is for four years and $45 million. Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs have had 16-straight 50-win seasons and 18-straight playoff appearances. Nobody in the NBA world thinks they're starved for success, but after getting knocked out of the playoffs in the first round this season, the Spurs are going all-in this summer. Show More Summary
We’re just a few hours into the NBA free-agency period, and the San Antonio Spurs—the team that spends most offseasons chilling, drinking wine, and then eventually scooping up scrap-heap free agents who will later win them a playoff game—are making some goddamn moves. Read more...