Two of the NBA's best teams looked to score a Christmas Day win on Thursday when the Oklahoma City Thunder took on the San Antonio Spurs. Russell Westbrook and the Thunder looked to continue their resurgence after a rough start to the...Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder defied the odds on Thursday and beat game favorites the San Antonio Spurs, 112-104 — and they did it without the help of 2014 NBA MVP Kevin Durant, who was still sidelined by an ankle sprain. Point guard Russell Westbrook, however, stepped up in his place, and basically went on to blow […]
If there was any doubt that the Oklahoma City Thunder were getting their swagger back, a 114-106 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Christmas Day shows they are headed in the right direction. Making the win even sweeter was beingShow More Summary
Matt Bonner's new Adidas Crazy 8 "Christmas Day" shoes are living up to their name and helping him do crazy things against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The 6'10" San Antonio Spurs big man isn't known for his dunking, but in the fourth quarter of Thursday's game he threw down a dunk in transition. Show More Summary
Bah humbug. After three games off to mend a sprain in his ankle, Thunder star Kevin Durant was expected to play against the San Antonio Spurs on Christmas. Sadly, word dropped Thursday morning — like a lump of coal in a stocking — that Durant would sit on the bench for the fourth game in a […]
Christmas Day brings with it a rematch of the 2014 Western Conference Finals when the Oklahoma City Thunder take their act on the road to wage battle with the San Antonio Spurs. This marks the first of three meetings between the twoShow More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder will play the San Antonio Spurs in a massive NBA match up on Christmas Day as two of the most successful teams in recent seasons go head to head. The game will start at 2.30 p.m. ET and will take place at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.
Aside from completely collapsing, there was little that the San Antonio Spurs could have done to start the 2014-15 NBA season that would have been viewed as surprising. Any drop-offs in production would simply have been seen as a symptom...Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs have battled through a handful of injuries to begin the 2014-15 season, but Gregg Popovich's coaching genius has consistently shined. Three starters —Tony Parker, Kawhi Leonard and Tiago Splitter —each missed an extended period of the 2014-15 season, leaving the Spurs reserves in a tight spot. Show More Summary
When the San Antonio Spurs face the Oklahoma City Thunder on Christmas Day, Matt Bonner is going to stand out on the court. Bonner will be sporting a new pair of Adidas Crazy 8 "Christmas Day” shoes designed by Jake Danklefs, which will pay tribute to his home state of New Hampshire. Show More Summary
Once the Atlanta Hawks brought head coach Mike Budenholzer over from the San Antonio Spurs in 2013, one suspected it was only a matter of time before this team began resembling the reigning champions—or at least some nascent versionShow More Summary
Before the NBA's Western Conference was a patented, contender-chocked bloodbath, the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder stood alone, together, both of equal prominence and promise. One was—and remains—a certified dynasty operating on what feels like borrowed time, ebbing in shelf life, flourishing in function. Show More Summary
1. Once again, J.J. Redick got off to a quick start and once again it helped the Clippers against the San Antonio Spurs.
Happy Festivus. We’ve got a lot of problems with you people and things in sports in general and we’re gonna air ‘em but good, right here, right now. Gregg Popovich. Dammit, the San Antonio Spurs have won five rings under this guy and NOW everybody says, “Oh, he’s a greaaaat coach” like they’ve just found […]
Oh, Manu. Ginobili found a curling Danny Green with a gorgeous over-the-head pass, for an open baseline three-pointer Monday night. The San Antonio Spurs held off the visiting LA Clippers […] The post Manu Ginobili With a Sick No-Look Dish to Danny Green (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
After the San Antonio Spurs hosted the Los Angeles Lakers Dec. 12, the season-long injury problems were supposed to be officially over. Tiago Splitter was back. Tony Parker started following a three-game absence. Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili had been afforded a much-needed rest day two days prior. Show More Summary
Having lost four straight games, the San Antonio Spurs hoped to rebound against the Los Angeles Clippers. The Clippers had won seven of 10 entering play and looked to be a stern test for the defending champions, who needed a win in a big way. Watch the video for full highlights. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
SAN ANTONIO — Perhaps the San Antonio Spurs decided they had made enough history for one month. After becoming the first team since 1951 to play in consecutive triple-double overtimes last week (heartbreaking losses to the Memphis Grizzlies...Show More Summary
The ever-reliable "Big Three" of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili came up huge in a 125-118 San Antonio Spurs victory over the Los Angeles Clippers, Monday at the AT&T Center. The aforementioned trio combined to score 66 points, dish out 15 assists and grab 14 rebounds. Show More Summary
Glen Davis is known for his over-the-top celebrations. This one might take the cake. During the fourth quarter of Monday night's matchup between the Los Angeles Clippers and San Antonio Spurs, Big Baby was able to sink a basket while getting fouled on a drive. Once the ball went through the net, Davis celebrated with a wild strut. [NBA] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com