Michael De Leon - Founder, Managing Editor, Spurscast Host, Twitter: @mdeleon
Michael founded Project Spurs in 2004. Since then he has helped develop the site into what it is today. Always on the cusp of importing the latest technology to the site to positively deliver San Antonio Spurs news to its fans, he started The Spurscast, the first Spurs podcast on the Internet, incorporated live chats when the concept was still in its infancy, and developed the first live Spurscast shows where the fans can interact directly with other fans of the Spurs.
Michael has been interviewed on ESPN Florida, has spoken at several new media conferences and has been a panelist on News 4 WOAI's Sports Round Table. He was a credentialed member of the media for the 2010 FIBA U18 Basketball Tournament in San Antonio and is credentialed with the San Antonio Spurs and Austin Toros. He is also a contributor to Mysa.com a San Antonio Express News website. Michael can also be seen on the WOAI Sports Roundtable powered by Project Spurs.
Michael is an editor and writer for Bloguin's central NBA site, Crossover Chronicles.
Jeff Garcia - Co-founder, Content Director, Spurscast co-host, Twitter: @sa2ny2004
Jeff joined the site in late 2005. He started out as a staff writer and is now the Content Director of the site. He is also the Co-Host of The Spurscast and writer for the site.
Jeff has been interviewed on ESPN Florida, been a panelist on the News 4 WOAI Sports Round Table, was a speaker at the 2009 Sports Media Conference 360 in Cleveland, OH, has been interviewed by Mr. Brian Cuban (brother of Dallas Mavericks' owner Mark Cuban) for the show "The Cuban Revolution," and was a credentialed member of the media covering the San Antonio Spurs at the 2010 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, Team USA at the World Basketball Festival in New York City and the 2011 NBA Draft Lottery. He is also a contributor to Mysa.com, the San Antonio Express News website and for San Antonio's News4WOAI. Jeff can also be seen on the WOAI Sports Roundtable powered by Project Spurs.
Jeff is also a credentialed media member by the San Antonio Spurs for Project Spurs and is a credentialed media member by the Spurs' D-League affiliate Austin Toros for Toros Nation.
Jeff is an editor and writer for Bolguin's central NBA site, Crossover Chronicles.
Paul Garcia - Lead Writer, Spurscast-(substitute) host, Twitter: @24writer
Paul joined the site in early 2011. He started out as a staff writer and is now the lead writer for the site. Paul fills in as host of the Spurscast in the event that Michael De Leon and Jeff Garcia are away. Paul can also be seen on the WOAI Sports Roundtable powered by Project Spurs.
Paul is a San Antonio Spurs credentialed media member for Project Spurs. He is also an Austin Toros credentialed media member for Toros Nation.
Paul is a writer for Bloguin's central NBA site, Crossover Chronicles.
Trevor Zickgraf - Staff Writer, Twitter: @yowhatupT
Trevor comes to us from his site, Going Glass. He also works as a web producer at News10 KXTV in Sacramento, CA. Before that, he worked as a producer at KSAT 12 in San Antonio. He graduated from Webster University in St. Louis with a Bachelor's Degree in Broadcast Journalism & a minor in Political Science/History.
Trevor joined the site in April 2011. He can also be heard from time to time on the Spurscast. Trevor is also a writer for Bloguin's central NBA site, Crossover Chronicles.
Jason Rogers - Staff Writer, Twitter: @Jrog83
Jason joined the site before the 2010-2011 Spurs season. He can be heard from time to time on the Spurscast.
He is a law student at St. Mary's University. He is very in-depth in politics, a rabid sports fan, and an alumnus of the University of Texas at Austin. He comes from the site, Icemen.Fantake.com.
Kyle Boenitz - Staff Writer, Twitter: @kyleboenitz
Kyle joined the site in the summer of the 2011 NBA lockout. Kyle is a general NBA writer for Project Spurs but will also hit on Spurs pieces when given the assignment.
Kyle is also a writer for Bloguin's central NBA site, Crossover Chronicles.
Humberto Cervera - Staff Writer, Twitter: @humbie
Humbie joins with several years of experience covering the Spurs, most recently for News 4 WOAI where he served as a sports reporter and producer. Aside from his work at WOAI, Humbie may be familiar to some Project Spurs readers as he's been a guest on several Spurscast episodes, Q&As, and hosted us on the WOAI Sports Roundtable.