• While at the All-Star weekend, San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan said Tony Parker should have been playing at the All-Star game:
“I wish Tony (Parker) could be here. He deserves to be here, he’s had an excellent year so far. I think if he can grow a couple of inches the next couple of days, I’d trade (spots) with him.” (torontosun.com)
• Seems NBA oddmakers are still picking the Los Angeles Lakers over the Spurs despite the fact San Antonio has the NBA's best record:
According to oddsmakers at online sports book Sportsbook.com, the Los Angeles Lakers are +130 on the money line to win the Western Conference, making Kobe Bryant and Co. the favorites out West. Despite owning a league-best 46-10 record, the Spurs are +160 on the money line to represent the West in the 2011 NBA Finals. (thespread.com)
• Tim Duncan's Division I rebounding record has been snapped:
Move over, Tim Duncan. This NCAA record belongs to Morehead State's Kenneth Faried.
Faried snapped Duncan's modern-era Division I career rebounding mark with 12 boards in the Eagles' 71-65 victory over Indiana State on Saturday. (cbc.ca)
• Gary Neal talks about his first season in the NBA and with the Spurs:
• Express News' Tim Griffin speaks about the Spurs finally returning home after a long Rodeo Road Trip.
• The New York Times breaks down the Spurs' offense.
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