Wednesday, December 6, 2017

A Season Without Leonardo's Gamut

Following Kawhi Leonard's leg injury, The Spurs had to prove their strength on 17 November 2017s match held in AT&T Center. The young player was seen sitting at the end of the bench in a white shirt with a black sports coat on. He was expressionless and hopeful for team's victory. The team geared up on coach Gregg Popovich bugle and clashed with Oklahoma City Thunder. They were competing will full power like Leonard didn't exist. 

Their sportsmanship showcased that their victory is essential and they cannot accept their failure on the grounds of Leonard's absence. Oklahoma City Thunder just won the longest winning streak of the season and was steady in steaming up its stars. First-half of the match witnessed a 23-point lead by Oklahoma City Thunder, and it was none less than the truth that Leonardo's presence makes a difference to the team. Until this time audience started accepting the fact that the team needs Leonardo to beat good teams.

Witnessing a lead league by opponents in first half, Popovich's team flipped their attitude from ‘poor we' to ‘screw you,' the coach was heard stating this. With a tight clinch, the match was held at a close score of 104-101. Get well soon messages had already been passed on to Leonard, also because the team had to rock against Warriors and Rockets in next spring. His wear and tear injury have paved a great loss to the team. 

However, the team has emerged strongly without him as well to win the matches more for him now. Popovich believes Leonard will have to follow Tony Parker's steps and recover strongly for full-time practice sessions dedicated for a victorious inning. Tony Parker has recently recovered from torn quadriceps.

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Spurs Beat Memphis Grizzlies- LaMarcus Aldridge's Strategized Rescue for the Team

Wednesday's match between Spurs and Memphis Grizzlies was an interesting event as the Grizzlies were playing under the supervision of a new coach. Odds were increasing and Grizzlies were on the verge of their next win. By the time audience grasped the game, LaMarcus Aldridge changed the complete statistics of the game and rescued the Spurs from the trap of Grizzlies. His strategies scored 17 of first 19 points in the first quarter for the Spurs and his best game scored 41 points overall. 

Tony Parker was seen the second time in this season and his efforts paid the Spurs well in this game. He scored 10 points and in 18 minutes he was able to perform 5 assists. Kyle Anderson was quoted saying that Aldridge was the perfect leader because of his efforts.

 Kyle believes that Aldridge's defense strategy dissolved the moves of opponents and he was an overall leader for this game.

The count of 9 turnovers while Spurs were saving the ball made headlines in this game. A major difficulty was defending the arc and keeping Grizzlies on board. Grizzlies recently gave up 11 offensive boards and 11 threes. Having got beaten by the Spurs, Grizzlies players scored well out of which 5 players touched double-figure score. It would be necessary to mention that Tyreke Evans led the double-figure scorers with 22 points. 

During the entire game, Spurs stayed within arm's reach for the first three quarters especially. Fourth quarter witnessed a completely different scenario when Aldridge played sportingly against Grizzlies. Patty Mills also emerged as a strong player for the 104-95 win. In the first quarter, Aldridge's three triples bounced a record for his overall career till now. As a Spur hitting 41 points was his best score till date and this score ranks him in the third position in his overall career.

Monday's match between the Spurs and Dallas Mavericks was an emotional sequence and it witnessed geared up Tony Parker. His return to limelight challenged the opponents and his strength got proved with his consistent moves. This was a required playing strategy being a Spur and having known that Parker and Kawhi Leonard were off the picture.

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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Joffrey Lauvergne Returns

Despite the rash of recent injuries affecting the SanAntonio Spurs, at least one major play, Joffrey Lauvergne, seems ready to suit up again. Benched for 10 games due to an ankle injury, following the Spurs' impressive win against the Chicago Bulls, it seems that things are starting to fall into place for the team.

Despite being rumored to return this past Friday, it seems the player was just fully recovered and needed more time on the bench. Having missed nine games at this point, the player is pining to get back into the game and show the fans what they've been missing. Prior to his injury, Lauvergne was averaging six points and 5.3 rebounds during his 15.7 minutes of play time, making him a serious competitor for sure. Although there is no official date for when he will return, the head coach, Gregg Popovich, asserts he should be back any day now.

Given that there are several members of the Spurs with far more serious injuries, everyone is hoping Lauvergne is ready to get back to the game sooner rather than later. Indeed, despite an impressive game or two without their full team present, it is doubtful that the Spurs can continue to pull off such impressive games without their full line-up.

Even though they are holding their own, fans are excited to see how the team will be affected by Lauvergne's return.

Matt Costello Has Impressive 10 Minutes in Spurs Debut

Matt Costello is officially in the NBA. Off to an amazing start, the former Bay City Western/Michigan State University player made his debut on the San Antonio Spurs this past Sunday against the Chicago Bulls. Signing a two-way contract allowing him to be both in the NBA club as well as an NBA G-League affiliate, the 6-foot-9, 240-pound forward made his debut on the Spurs after just four games.

Although Costello is clearly a worthy player, it was the absence of three regular starters that left room for his debut. Playing for just over 10 ½ minutes (10:34), Costello scored on his only field goal attempt, earning himself two points. In addition, he also made a total of five rebounds, two blocks and three fouls, all during this 10-minute time span.

An all-time leading scorer and rebounder from his days at Bay City Western, Costello earned the Mr. Basketball Award in 2012 and was recognized as the top high school player in Michigan. He also went four seasons with Michigan State, helping them to reach the Final Four while also setting a record for most blocked shots in the program.

Spurs Beat Bulls Brutally

It looks like the season is off to an amazing start for the San Antonio Spurs. Scoring an impressive 133-94 victory over the Bulls, the Spurs have proven they have already stretched far beyond their growing pains as a team. Moreover, many of the star players were actually missing during this game as Danny Green, Manu Ginobili, Kawhi Leonard, Tony Parker, Joffrey Lauvergne and Derrick White are all missing due to injuries and other complications.

With Bryn Forbes, Kyle Anderson, and Brandon Paul being tasked with taking on larger roles, the team churned out an impressive victory despite some serious shortcomings. If nothing else, many assert this as a sign of big things to come for this team.

Led by Pau Gasol, who scored 21 points and had 10 rebounds, the Spurs' Dejounte Murray scored 17 points while David Bertans scored 16 points in just 18 minutes of game time. After losing rookie Lauri Markkanen to a sprained ankle injury, Chicago was at a disadvantage. Nevertheless, the Spurs were at a much bigger disadvantage, which makes this win especially impressive. Rudy Gay and Brandon Paul also each scored 15 points, thus sealing the fate of the Bulls.

Beginning the game with a 30-8 lead, there were few who doubted the Spurs would seal this victory. With the Bulls shooting at a mere 35 percent, this was certainly not a notable game for the opposing team.

Dejounte Murray: An Update

Though he was the talk of the team just a few weeks back, many have begun to question what exactly is going on with Dejounte Murray. Beginning the season with an amazing 4-0 start as point guard, it was clear that Murray had something to prove. Although he showed promise by powering through to the basket, his real power lies in his huge size and defensive skill set. However, as of November 10th, Murray played just nine minutes, a season low, against the Milwaukee Bucks. What's going on?

Well, despite the fact that he had been having an impressive season and did earn double-digit points in three of them, he didn't seem to stop them from slipping into a small losing streak. Following the third game of this streak, Murray was removed as a starter of the team. 

However, since making this move, the team is officially 3-2, which includes a two-game winning streak. Averaging 11.5 points and 3.5 rebounds on 50 percent shooting against the Charlotte Hornets and Phoenix Suns, many assert that with Murray's age and potential, he will likely bounce back in no time.

Interesting Facts About The Spurs

The San Antonio Spurs are back in action for the 2017─2018 season. The team is an integral part of the National Basketball Association, which features the very best professional basketball teams in the United States. Since joining the NBA in 1976, the Spurs have dominated their division within the league. Seeing the Spurs in action is only made possible when you buy tickets to the action-packed games filled with three pointers, next to impossible shots and incredible ball movement.

San Antonio Spurs Quick Facts

Before you head to an exciting San Antonio Spurs game, take a moment to learn a few of the team's top facts:
  • The Spurs have won five NBA championship titles, in 1999, 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2014. They have also achieved an impressive 20 division titles since joining the NBA.
  • The Spurs compete in the Western Conference Southwest Division of the NBA. The Dallas Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies, New Orleans Pelicans and Houston Rockets also compete in the same division.
  • Like any of the great teams, the San Antonio Spurs have a few well-known rivalries. The first and foremost is their rivalry with the Los Angeles Lakers, which is considered by many to be comparable to the Yankees and Red Sox. Another notable rivalry can be found between the San Antonio Spurs and the Houston Rockets. This rivalry is partially fueled by the close proximity of the two Texas teams.
  • The Spurs have made it to 24 out of 25 playoffs in the last 25 seasons.
  • Gregg Popovich became the Spurs' head coach during the 1996 season. His leadership has helped the Spurs achieve a 1,078 - 480 regular season record with an impressive 152 - 94 game achievement in the playoffs.
  • The Spurs proudly wear silver and black uniforms. As their name suggests, their logo is the spur typically worn by Western cowboys.
  • You can buy tickets and cheer the Spurs on with the help of their beloved mascot, "The Coyote."
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  • Milwaukee Bucks at San Antonio Spurs â”€ Friday, November 10, 2017, at 8:00 pm, AT&T Center - San Antonio, TX
  • Chicago Bulls at San Antonio Spurs ─ Saturday, November 11, 2017, at 7:30 pm, AT&T Center - San Antonio, TX
  • Oklahoma City Thunder at San Antonio Spurs â”€ Friday, November 17, 2017, at 7:00 pm, AT&T Center - San Antonio, TX
  • Atlanta Hawks at San Antonio Spurs -- Monday, November 20, 2017, at 7:30 pm, AT&T Center - San Antonio, TX
  • Dallas Mavericks at San Antonio Spurs -- Monday, November 27, 2017, at 7:30 pm, AT&T Center - San Antonio, TX
  • Memphis Grizzlies at San Antonio Spurs -- Wednesday, November 29, 2017, at 7:30 pm, AT&T Center - San Antonio, TX
  • Detroit Pistons at San Antonio Spurs ─ Monday, December 4, 2017, at 7:30 pm, AT&T Center - San Antonio, TX
  • Miami Heat at San Antonio Spurs â”€ Wednesday, December 6, 2017, at 7:30 pm,  AT&T Center - San Antonio, TX
  • Boston Celtics at San Antonio Spurs â”€  Friday, December 8, 2017, at 8:30 pm, AT&T Center - San Antonio, TX
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Monday, November 27, 2017

Greg Popovich Speaks About The Spurs

The San Antonio Spurs have been hot lately! They just beat the Clippers, again, coming out strong after halftime. They’re up to a season high 33 assists, and they’re dominating opponents in the third quarter. The Spurs are showing themselves to be the team to beat this year.

Popovich Says

Coach Gregg Popovich applauds his team’s ball movement. He notes they are really getting more guys involved this year, showing a balance in the box score.

Pop says the offense is making the right reads, from cutters to skip passes, finding the faults in their opponents’ rotations.

He notes the team is also making a lot of their shots, which helps.  He says, “Making shots does make things simpler.” He notes that’s been a problem in the past.

Pop isn’t all complimentary, though. He notes the defense still needs some work. “Our defense still has to get better — and it’ll take some time with the new guys, and the combinations that are out there right now.”
If the defense does put in the time, and the team gets healthy, there’s no reason to think this team won’t go all the way.

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Kawhi’s Recovery is Slower than Expected

Coach Popovich provided an update on Kawhi Leonard this week. He says Kawhi’s situation is a bit difficult to read right now. Kawhi is having trouble getting through his rehab routines, so his body is just not where it needs to be yet. However, Coach Pop is confident things are heading in the right direction.

So far, Leonard has missed more than 10 games due to right quadriceps tendinopathy. Pop says he’s just “coming along more slowly" than expected. He says it’s been difficult, but they aren’t counting Kawhi out.
Leonard las played for the Spurs since the Western Conference Finals, which he missed because of an ankle injury. He was on the injured list during training camp and hasn’t yet practiced with the team.

He underwent surgery this offseason to repair that ruptured quadriceps tendon. Kawhi will have to make it through the entire rehab process before he’ll be allowed to return to practice. Pop says he wouldn’t feel comfortable having him jump right from rehab to the court.

He says he wants to make sure Kawhi has his confidence back, too. "I wouldn't want him to go right from rehab to jumping on the court….(I want him to) feel comfortable because, in the end, that confidence is what's going to ... anybody who's been out for any length of time has to get that back. Even if the doctors say, 'Yep, you're ready to go.' You're really not until you're mentally ready to go."

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Stepping Up

But, it’s not all bad news, obviously, since the Spurs are heating up the court. They’ve seen some positive things come from their other players, as everyone is required to step up in the absence of their best player, Leonard.

Kyle Anderson now has Leonard’s spot, and Bryn Forbes is getting more playing time, as is rookie Brandon Paul. We’re seeing great things from them.

As veteran Manu Ginobli says, any time a team has to adjust and make due without their main player, everyone has to step up their games and find their confidence. Which is exactly what the Spurs have done so far this season.

And Patty Mills, the Spurs’ veteran point guard, says that while they definitely miss Leonard, having to go without him is giving other players a real opportunity to show their stuff.

"It's giving other people an opportunity to play,” he says. “Kyle (Anderson) has come in and been able to find a rhythm and a sense of confidence in himself to be able to contribute. So in that sense, it's good," Mills said. "We never want to be without players. But it's also giving other guys a sense of responsibility to be able to fulfill their roles and not just guys at Kawhi's position, but everyone around them as well.”

Mills admits there are just times when Kawhi seems to make magic on the court, but since they don’t have him right now, they are making sure the rest of the squad makes things happen. They’re all adding a little extra effort, trying to make a bit of magic on their own.

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In Other News

So far this season, Rudy Gay has three 20-point games. He’s looking great as of late, and the lineup just looks great when he’s in it.

As for Derrick White, the fracture he suffered in his wrist won’t need surgery, so there’s one less player to worry about. He will, however, be sporting a cast for a month or so.

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Gregg Popovich's 4 Most "Winning" Qualities

The San Antonio Spurs have set an amazing record of games won—in fact, they presently hold the title on such.  It’s hard to say, though, that the reason behind their success has been because they have had the most talented players in the NBA.  They haven’t. 

What, then, is the main reason for such a high number of wins?  Maybe the answer will “Pop” into your head as you read this article . . .

Outspokenness as a Sign of Hardcore Sincerity

Popovich has proven time and time again that he’s not afraid to speak out even about topics that have traditionally been taboo for people in the entertainment industry.  He’s been known, for example to elaborate freely on his views regarding things like white privilege, systemic racism and income inequality.  Then again, he doesn’t just rant and rave incoherently—in fact, his comments seem to have been well-coordinated, well-reasoned and, in most cases, even cogent.

Some other people in high places also speak out but it soon becomes clear that they are only garnering public attention and putting on a show.  With Popovich, however, it all seems to be coming from the heart, as if he really believes what he’s saying and is ready to stand behind it no matter what the consequences.  In other words, he has something that is rare these days: SPINE.

Of course, if you do this too often, at the wrong time or for superficial reasons, being outspoken can backfire.  Outspokenness works for Popovich, though, because he chooses his moments very carefully, usually doesn't go overboard, and people can see that he's not just being superficial and petty.

How many public figures, for example, have the gumption to call the President of the United States a “soul-less coward?”  Popovich, a former Air Force veteran, though, has done just that.  In fact, he has questioned President Donald Trump’s integrity and honesty several times. 

Fortunately, this outspokenness on the part of Popovich hasn't been, for the most part, detrimental to his career or to the team he manages.   Even people that may not agree with his politics respect his right to express his opinions--more importantly, they respect his sincerity and his superlative coaching skills.


Some of us would say that much of what’s wrong today in society is the fact that there isn’t enough accountability for much of what goes on all around us.  Holding people accountable for their actions should be standard practice but, let’s face it, this can be a risky policy or expectation.  Some people don’t want to be held accountable; they just want to be left alone—so what if they put in only minimum effort into everything they do? 

Letting politicians and people in charge of big companies get away with that twisted philosophy may be okay (or at least something that most people can’t do anything about) but, when you manage a professional basketball team, you have to impose higher standards and, apparently, Popovich does.                                                                                      


When asked about how he deals with the big heads and inflated egos of his top players, Popovich admitted that he respectfully and soothingly communicates with (rather than talking down to) them.  Then again, he added that the way he talks to Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker is the same way he talks to the other players.  He’s willing to accommodate the different personalities, treating each as if he’s the best player on the team—or the worst player, as the case may be.

When it comes to expectations on the court, though, there is no difference.  Everyone is expected to pull his weight equally and to live up to the same high standards.  This may sound like the diplomatic thing to say but, when it comes to the players, you can’t fake this kind of thing.  They know when they’re being treated fairly, and this can greatly affect the very complicated relationship between players and coaches. 

It’s clear that in this department, Popovich gets high marks.


All coaches have to get along well with other coaches, the owners, the players, etc.  That’s a given.  But what some people underestimate is how important it is for coaches to get along well with the public in general and, more importantly, the press.  Confrontational relationships between the media and some coaches is almost always bad news for teams. 

After all, journalists can greatly help professional teams out—if by no other way than by giving them free advertising and exposure.  There is also a question of image.  How people view players and teams in general can change like the weather—that’s true—but it’s not as if players and teams don’t have some control over things. 

If all the media reports are scandals and instances of bickering and in-fighting behind the scenes, why shouldn’t the public form negative opinions?  On the other hand, a well-run media smoothing-out campaign can do much to repair bad relations.  Having the right type of charismatic, well-spoken, articulate and knowledgeable coach is another way teams can score big with the media.  Gregg Popovich easily falls under those categories. 

He has an imposing presence, is a good communicator and seems to know the importance of having good rapport with the press. His entertaining interchanges with Craig Sager (before he passed away) remain an excellent example of how coaches can use the media for the continued, valuable benefit of the team.  It’s been reported that Popovich hated those after-game, inane-questions interchanges but he did them anyway, and not just to help his friend Sager out.  


Gregg Popovich may not be the most flamboyant, most-liked or most interesting coach that the NBA has seen fit to hire, but he definitely has many qualities which not only have enhanced his career but have also helped his team and the NBA.  At any rate, his stats are some of the best of any coach we can mention.  

Under his tutelage, the Spurs won 5 championships, accumulated the best “games won over-all percentage” (62.1) and been in contention for the championship repeatedly.  In every sense of the word, this man has a green thumb for winning.     

One can make the argument, though, that the Spurs haven’t had the most talented players in the league.  In fact, other teams that have performed more poorly had better talent on their rosters.  How then can we explain all those wins?  The most obvious variable is, of course, good coaching.  

Can the spurs win that sixth NBA championship for the 2017-2018 season?  That remains to be seen but, one thing is certain, you need someone at the helm that has the “winning” qualities that can help even moderately-talented teams out-perform other teams with more talented players.  

In the end, you see, it’s not always the highest quantity of skills and talent that prevails but, rather, the highest quality of coaching.  If nothing else, Gregg Popovich has proven that convincingly.  

Sunday, November 26, 2017

San Antonio Spurs: 2017-18 Season Opener Recap

The San Antonio Spurs opened up the 2017-18 season against the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Spurs had a rocky preseason, but they brought in the regular season strong. The night ended with a 107-99 victory for the Spurs at home.

While Spurs fans everywhere have been awaiting this big day, the Spurs were more than ready to tip-off the evening. Spurs guard Danny Green was ready for a fresh start to the season, saying it’s “a new year for us to make something happen." Spurs center Pau Gasol said the team couldn’t wait to play the real games. "We are excited to kick it off tonight."

San Antonio Spurs vs. Minnesota Timberwolves: Game Recap

While fans were more than ready for the season, they may have been a little disappointed to learn that Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard would be out for the game. For the past couple of years, the Spurs have relied heavily on the Kawhi. This is the time to prove just how good the team is, without their star player.

With Tony Parker gone, Dejounte Murray got the opportunity to take his place as starting point guard. Let’s not forget this is only Murray’s second year. Last year, he was able to fill Parker’s spot when he went down with an injury. Danny Green said the team has some pretty high expectations for Murray’s return.

Thankfully, the Spurs signed LaMarcus Aldridge to a contract extension because he was on fire! Aldridge led the team with 25 points, 10 rebounds, and 4 assists. The rest of the team looked pretty sharp, too. Danny Green finished with 17 points, Dejounte Murray totaled 16 points, and Rudy Gay came off the bench with 14. Many people were worried about Gay because he was recovering from an injury, but he returned to the court ready to fight. The best news of all, though, is that the Spurs are still some of the greatest, without Kawhi on the court.

United After the Anthem

Following the National Anthem, the San Antonio Spurs stood together and linked arms. Even retired Spurs players, Tim Duncan and DavidRobinson, were in attendance and stood together with the team.

During this time, the AT&T Center scoreboard read, "There are things happening in our communities that need our attention. We understand your desire to attend our games as an escape and chosen form of entertainment. In that, we feel there is a significant commonality in all of us that allows our community to be so special. That commonality should include aspirations for social justice, freedom of speech in its many forms, and equal opportunity for education, and economic advancement regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or religion. It is our hope that we can, as a community, inspire and evoke real change. We ask that you join with us in your daily lives in the pursuit of equality."

Gregg Popovich has been known to make political remarks against President Donald Trump. This act follows his controversial remark, calling President Trump a "soulless coward." Many people were wondering if the team would kneel, as the NFL teams have been doing.

Spurs rookie Rudy Gay was proud to stand with the Spurs at that moment. "It was good, that's the meaning of it, unity. Being united, being one. We've been divided for a long time, and it was all shapes, colors, sizes in that arena tonight, and for everybody to be on the same page meant a lot."

Tim Duncan’s Daughter

Tim Duncan’s daughter, Quill, was trending on social media the night of the season opener. The last time she took the Spurs court was when she was in her mommy’s belly, Vanessa Macias. This time, she made her official Spurs debut.

Why were fans making such a big deal about Quill? When Quill was seated in Vanessa’s lap, she was leaning over and chewing on her dad’s shirt – while his attention was fully devoted to the action on the court. Of course, the moment was caught on the big screen, and the arena went wild. It didn’t stop there, though. Fans took to Twitter to share the adorable moment, and it spread like wildfire.

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