With the television commercials of all the prime athletes in the NBA, is San Antonio Spurs' Tony Parker's statement about the NBA being really Hollywood that far of a stretch?
In an interview back in September with GQ magazine, Parker talked about everything from, please forgive me, the Finals against the Miami Heat last season, the NBA dress code, being a poker addict and lastly a businessman.
Though we would all love to dive into and love knowing what these athletes do off the floor, Parker's statement on the NBA being Hollywood is what we are going to focus on.no comments
Former Spurs draft pick Davis Bertans has been hitting the road to recovery hard after suffering a frustrating torn ACL during an otherwise standout year for the Latvian forward.
Project Spurs has kept up with Bertans' recover since he went under the knife this past summer. Recently, it was reported that the Spurs asked Bertans' club, Partizan, to hold him out longer than the initial six-month recovery period.no comments
Sideline reporters dread interviewing San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich during games. From his short answers to his ability to make them think their questions were unintelligent, Popovich definitely makes interviewing him a hazard of the job.
And although no one can ever be Pop, Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle did his best Pop impression while being interviewed by ESPN's Chris Broussard.
Check out Carlisle giving Broussard the "Pop treatment."no comments
The San Antonio Spurs defeated the Boston Celtics Wednesday 104-93 behind Tony Parker’s 19 points and on a night where six Spurs scored in double-figures. A recap can be found on Spurs.com as the Spurs moved to 10-1 on the season and extended their winning streak to eight games.
AT&T CENTER – Going into the half, the Spurs and Celtics were tied at 48 points apiece. Kawhi Leonard (16 points) would go on a scoring spree to post the following below in the next 12 minutes as the Spurs went into the fourth quarter leading 80-70.
12 points, 5-of-8 shooting, 2 steals.
“He can do that kind of thing,” said Leonard’s French teammate Boris Diaw after the game, of Leonard’s third quarter performance. “He is really talented and he proved that already last year. This year is no different.”no comments
The San Antonio Spurs (9-1) will host the Boston Celtics (4-8) tonight at the AT&T Center.
The Spurs are coming off a 91-82 win over the Jazz in Utah. Tony Parker scored 22 points and dished out a team-high six assists to lead San Antonio. Tim Duncan added 14 points, while Boris Diaw came off the bench with 17 points.
The Celtics are coming off an 89-109 loss versus the Rockets last night. Boston was led by Courtney Lee with 17 points.
And as the Spurs look to extend their winning streak to eight games in a row, here are five things to watch for during tonight's contest:
• San Antonio has won seven straight games and owns a plus-minus score differential of +9.3, second only to the Indiana Pacers.no comments
We as fans will support our home teams no matter the price right? Well, for some, how much a ticket costs as well as knowing how much you will be spending on vendors, gift shops and other areas of an arena could be a deal or a deal breaker for you.
I for one have been to many of Spurs games while growing up in San Antonio. For me, the price of a ticket was not even an issue for me. A report from the Huffington Post, can pretty much put those of you that are iffy about possibly buying a ticket to a Spurs game, more enlightening.no comments
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