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Thunder will try to bounce back after big loss to Warriors

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma City Thunder have valuable experience bouncing back from disaster. In Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals, the San Antonio Spurs rolled past the Thunder by 32 points. Oklahoma City responded by beating the Spurs in San Antonio 98-97 the next game, and the Thunder eventually took the series […]

NBA Playoffs 2016: Wednesday Vegas Odds, Schedule and Predictions

While the Eastern Conference final might be a one-sided affair, the Western Conference is on its way to becoming a memorable series to watch. After pulling off a shocking defeat of the San Antonio Spurs in Round 2, the Oklahoma City Thunder kept their momentum with a Game 1 victory over the Golden State Warriors. Show More Summary

Nate McMillan Compares Myles Turner to LaMarcus Aldridge

Indiana Pacers forward Myles Turner's first NBA season is in the books, but new Pacers head coach Nate McMillan had high praise for last year's No. 11 overall pick. McMillan thinks Turner is a near-replica of San Antonio Spurs All-Star forward (and fellow Texas Longhorn) LaMarcus Aldridge. "Very similar," McMillan told SiriusXM NBA Radio on Tuesday. Show More Summary

NBA Rumors: Latest Buzz Surrounding Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs and More

Four teams remain in the hunt for the NBA title, but the rest of the league has already turned its attention to the offseason and free agency. A long list of high-profile free agents could lead to plenty of drama over the summer. Between...Show More Summary

NBA Rumors: Rounding Up Latest Trade, 2016 Draft and Free-Agent Chatter

It's silly season in the NBA, and not just because the Toronto Raptors are in the Eastern Conference Finals or because the Oklahoma City Thunder took down the San Antonio Spurs and then took the first game against the Golden State Warriors. Said oddities help, of course. Show More Summary

Gregg Popovich's hilarious answer to a Tim Duncan retirement question

Has Tim Duncan played his final game with the San Antonio Spurs? Gregg Popovich is definitely not telling.

Draymond Green Learned as a Rookie That Trash-Talking Tim Duncan Does No Good

Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green is not afraid to do some talking, but there is at least one player in the NBA whom he doesn't bother trying to mess with anymore. That would be San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan. In a diary...Show More Summary

Spurs unsure if Duncan or Ginobili will return

San Antonio's unexpected and abrupt end to the season brings on another stressful summer that begins with what has become an annual quandary.

The San Antonio Spurs Are Not Dead Yet

The San Antonio Spurs’ dynasty has been almost dead for much of the time it’s been alive. In 2009, they lost in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs to the Dallas Mavericks, and it was “time for [the] aging San AntonioShow More Summary

Kevin Durant Praises Tim Duncan After Thunder Eliminate Spurs, Says His Job Isn’t Done

Kevin Durant is primed for a big summer as the most sought-after free agent in the NBA, but there’s business to be taken care of first after Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder eliminated the San Antonio Spurs last night in the second round of the NBA Playoffs to advance to the Western Conference Finals.... Show More Summary

Gregg Popovich sees no point worrying about the Spurs bench when NASA discovered 1,200 habitable planets

Gregg Popovich hoped for something great from his Spurs bench in the second round against the Thunder -- something he's gotten in past playoff runs -- but he didn't get it. San Antonio didn't get much of a boost from their role players, and they lost in 6 games. Show More Summary

For Once, the Spurs’ Future Is a Bit Murky

With the San Antonio out of the playoffs following a shellacking by the Thunder, it suddenly seems like Tim Duncan could be on his way out, bringing a sea change to the league’s most consistent franchise.

‘Big Bang Theory’ Finale Ratings Steady With 2015, ‘Scandal’ Falls To Season Ender Low, ‘Blacklist’ Rises

The Oklahoma City Thunder beat the San Antonio Spurs 113-99 on Thursday on ESPN to head to face the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Playoffs Western Conference finals. Over on the Big 4, after a day that saw a number of shows cancelled...Show More Summary

Missing Spark That Defines OKC, Spurs Sent Packing in Search of Energy Boost

OKLAHOMA CITY — The last words said to Russell Westbrook before he took the court Thursday and ended what not long ago was accurately being called the greatest San Antonio Spurs season ever: "Let's go, fool." Oklahoma City Thunder teammate...Show More Summary

Spurs' Duncan, Ginobili Ponder Future Plans After Shock Playoff Exit

Future Hall of Famers Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili, who have been the heart of many championship teams with the San Antonio Spurs, are undecided on their NBA playing futures after an unexpected early playoff exit.

Thunder reach West Conference Finals

The Oklahoma City Thunder advanced to the 2016 Western Conference Finals after defeating the San Antonio Spurs, 113-99, Thursday night, winning the second-round series 4-2. The third-seeded Thunder will now play the first-seeded Golden State Warriors in Oklahoma City’s fourth Western Conference Finals appearance in the past six seasons. The Thunder and Warriors will face off [...]

Tim Duncan to ‘Figure Life Out’ Before Making Decision on Retirement

The San Antonio Spurs won a franchise-best 67 regular season games, compiling an NBA record-matching 40-1 record on their home floor, but their 2015-16 campaign came to a sudden and The post Tim Duncan to ‘Figure Life Out’ Before Making Decision on Retirement appeared first on SLAMonline.

NBA Rumors: Latest Speculation on Brandon Ingram, Magic Coaching Search and More

As the NBA rumors market gathers momentum, it becomes difficult for fans to ignore. It's sort of like the Oklahoma City Thunder right now after Kevin Durant and Co. eliminated the San Antonio Spurs (sorry, Spurs fans). All kidding aside, the rumors market deals with every level of the Association. Show More Summary

WATCH: Kevin Durant Scores 37 Points and OKC Eliminates the Spurs

The Oklahoma City Thunder are moving on to the Western Conference Finals, having vanquished the San Antonio Spurs 113-99 in Game 6 Thursday night. Kevin Durant led the way with The post WATCH: Kevin Durant Scores 37 Points and OKC Eliminates the Spurs appeared first on SLAMonline.

The Gregg Popovich Post-Elimination Press Conference Was Nice and Salty (Video)

The San Antonio Spurs were eliminated by the Oklahoma City Thunder in shocking fashion on Thursday night. This was not a tight, back-and-forth Game 7. This was a humiliating Game 6 beatdown. Who could have seen that coming? Not to take anything away from the Thunder, but the Spurs won 67 games this year and, […]

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