Most people will have a dog, cat, bird, or fish as a pet but not San Antonio Spurs' Danny Green. He likes to go against the norm.
In a recent interview with NBA's Inside Stuff program, Green showed off his pet snake and as you will see, this is no baby. Green says when he first got the snake it was the size of a worm. Now it is one massive snake and has grown quite a bit.
Check out Green and his 7-foot Columbian Red Tail boa constrictor. .no comments
It takes a big man to admit when he is wrong and “Sir” Charles Barkley sure does fit the bill.
On a recent Inside the NBA segment, Barkley admitted that he was premature in writing off the “old” fellas that comprise the core of the San Antonio Spurs
You would think that he would have learned his lesson by now.no comments
He continues to make the fans laugh at the AT&T Center and he is celebrating his 31st anniversary with the San Antonio Spurs. Of course I am talking about the team mascot - The Coyote.
From teasing fans in the stands, annoying the refs during timeouts to being the ultimate cheer leader for the silver and black, the Coyote works tirelessly to entertain the Spurs' faithful.
Check out video of the man himself celebrating 31 years starting in the 80s to now. Congratulations Coyote!no comments
Josh Howard is set to begin his comeback from injury with the San Antonio Spurs' D-League affiliate Austin Toros.
Howard, who spoke with Project Spurs own Toros Nation, said he is looking forward to starting over in Austin but in an interview at Toros media day, he expanded on what he will bring to the team.
From veteran leadership, rehabbing from his ACL injuries to possibly using his time with the Toros as a chance to begin a coaching career, check out what he Howard had to say.no comments
AT&T CENTER - Prior to last Wednesday’s game against the San Antonio Spurs, Washington Wizards center Nene found himself singing the praises of a player he was about to matchup with and defend.
It’s not every day you get to play against a longtime teammate, and Nene, even with the game just over an hour away was talking like a proud big brother about Spurs forward and fellow countryman Tiago Splitter
Asked about playing against Splitter that night, instead of the normal testosterone-laced, competitive pregame fair you may come to expect, especially from a relative giant in the 6-11 Nene, instead he used the word “great” to describe the upcoming grudge match against the player that flanks him most summers in international play.
“It's great. He's a great player, very smart,” Nene said. “We grew up together you know playing in the national team so we have a good relationship.”no comments
AUSTIN, TX -- Josh Howard has had the kind of career you don’t often see in the NBA’s Development League.
He’s been an All-Star, was the second best player on a Finals team and, of course, played some intense playoff ball against the San Antonio Spurs.
After eight years with the Mavericks and through brief stints with the Wizards, Jazz and Timberwolves, Howard suffered two ACL injuries in less than three years.
Forced to rehab on his own, Howard is more determined than ever to prove he isn’t done yet. At 33 years old, he’s excited for the opportunity.no comments
After suffering a devastating knee injury, Davis Bertans is finally ready to hit the court for current team Partizan but the San Antonio Spurs have other plans for the forward.
According to Slovenian site Silo.net, Bertans was set to return in six months but the Spurs asked Partizan to hold him out for eight months.no comments