• ESPN.com spoke about San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich being a man of mystery:
Popovich is the NBA's man of mystery, all right. He's the coach with no fingerprints. He's anti-self promotion, anti-celebrity, even anti-Twitter, once grousing, "If you tweet, you talk too much."
• The Spurs' rival Dallas Mavericks were recently called soft by their own head coach Rick Carlisle and it seems Spurs fan "favorite" Jason Terry took exception:
"Who said that?" Jason Terry said, scoffing at the accusation after he had an off night -- rare for him of late -- with 10 points. "I'm not soft, not me. I don't know where that comes from, but we ain't soft. We have to see how he meant soft in that aspect, but I know he wasn't talking to me personally or any of my teammates because I don't think none of these guys are soft." (espn.com)
• RedsArmy.com is keeping a close eye on the Spurs as the playoffs are nearing.
• In the Spurs' win over the Detroit Pistons, Detroit's Austin Daye's scoring streak came to an end:
Daye averaged 14.5 points in the four games before Wednesday night's contest in Texas. He scored just five points before fouling out against the Spurs. (swxrightnow.com)
• Express News' Tim Griffin spoke on Spurs' Antonio McDyess celebrating his 1,000th game last night against the Pistons:
Veteran Spurs forward-center Antonio McDyess and his team celebrated his 1,000th game Thursday at the end of the Spurs’ short practice. McDyess and his teammates cut a giant cake after the practice finished up. He became only the 97th player in the history of the league to play in 1,000 games.
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