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Gregg Popovich’s Legacy in San Antonio Continues Growing

After last night’s 102-86 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers, Gregg Popovich added another milestone to his resume: He tied Jerry Sloan, former head coach of the Utah Jazz, for the most wins with one franchise by a head coach (1,127). Popovich’s Legacy: An Era to Remember Five NBA titles, 1,127 …

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NBA Western Conference Preview

It’s that time of year again, as the NBA superstars lace up their shoes to prove that their team is the best. Arguably, the stars in the Western Conference burn brightest, with names such as Stephon Curry, Russell Westbrook, and James Harden. However, only eight teams can make it to the …

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Golden State Reloads in Offseason, Ready for Title Run

Golden State is looking to bounce back after losing the Finals in spectacular fashion to the Cavaliers last season. Tonight, they face the San Antonio Spurs in their first regular season game. With a revamped roster, many seem to agree anything but a title for the Warriors would be a complete loss. MVPs  Klay …

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Tuesday Night NBA Playoff Recap

Tuesday night’s NBA playoff games resulted in a victory for the San Antonio Spurs and the Atlanta Hawks. Both the Spurs and the Hawks are starting the playoffs off strong with a 2-0 series lead. In Atlanta, the Hawks took down the Boston Celtics 89-72. The game was determined early …

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Atlanta, San Antonio Look To Take Commanding Series Leads in Game 2 NBA Playoffs

Entering the NBA playoffs, the Boston Celtics had to love their chances. They played well as the season wore on and had a favorable first round match up with the Atlanta Hawks. The team looked solid all-around, with a deep rotation of players that could make up for the lack …

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NBA Playoffs Preview

Can anyone stop the Golden State Warriors? That will be the question on everyone’s mind as the NBA playoffs begin Saturday. The defending champions followed up last year’s title with a record-breaking 73 wins in the regular season, eclipsing the mark set by the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls. Golden State’s road …

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Kobe Bryant “Black Mamba” Finishes Career with a Bang

It wasn’t a storybook ending for Kobe Bryant the way he wanted to finish it, but nevertheless he put an exclamation point on his 20-year Hall-of-Fame career by ending it in remarkable fashion in the only way the Black Mamba knew how scoring.  Also, the Warrior won their 73 game and …

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Golden State Ties, Looks to Surpass 1995-96 Bulls

Sunday’s game tied, made and broke records. The last time the Warriors won at San Antonio was on February 14, 1997, when the Warriors snapped a 33 game losing streak. Klay Thompson is glad to finally have that record broken. A little over 18 years later, the Warriors are one of …

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The Spurs Turn Up the Heat Over Miami, 112-88

The Miami Heat came and left the AT&T Center the same way the last 35 teams have, defeated. The San Antonio Spurs captured their 36th straight home win with a 112-88 victory over Miami Wednesday night, leaving them just a game shy of matching the record set by the Chicago …

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