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Pounding The Rock Nov 26, 2016

Danny Green with an inexplicable three pointer

A once-in-a-lifetime type circus shot from the Spurs shooting guard. They say if you watch the game long enough. you'll see everything. I guess they're right, because this shot by Danny Green against the Washington Wizards is simply outside my experience. pic.twitter.com/8McFSpPm4H— San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) November 27, 2016 Here it is again in slow motion. Danny Green's ridiculous double-clutch three-pointer is ridiculous. pic.twitter.com/MVLAySnBUp— J.R. Wilco (@jollyrogerwilco) November 27, 2016
Pounding The Rock Nov 17, 2016

The Spurs will be dangerous once they’re on the same page

With a highly rated offense and defense, but a high number of recent turnovers, San Antonio’s issues are mostly around gelling. In the last week, the Spurs have gone 3-1, gotten Danny Green back, and lost him again to a flying knee he took like a man. Pau Gasol has shown improved comfort with the offense and Tony Parker has looked healthy and productive. In Episode 25 of the Superfluous Poppycock podcast, Seth Warren and I discuss the above, and Jonathon Simmons’ role, Gasol’s issues on defense, the role of Patty Mills, and some Kobe Bryant-related poppycock. Listen via the player...
Pounding The Rock Nov 15, 2016

Dedmon to miss two games, Green questionable against Kings

Dewayne Dedmon will miss the Spurs’ next two road games with an injury, while Danny Green is questionable for Sacramento The San Antonio Spurs announced Tuesday evening that center Dewayne Dedmon will miss the team’s next two games with a left knee sprain, while guard Danny Green has been listed as questionable for Wednesday’s game with a sore groin. Dedmon did not travel with the team. Green is once again on the questionable list, after missing the team’s first seven games with a left quad strain. He made his season debut last Wednesday, sat out Friday’s game for rest and has...
Pounding The Rock Nov 11, 2016

Tony Parker will play against Pistons, Danny Green will rest

Tony Parker will play for the first time since last Tuesday, while Danny Green will rest after making his season debut Wednesday. The San Antonio Spurs announced Friday afternoon that guard Tony Parker will play in Friday night’s home game against Detroit, while Danny Green will miss the game to rest. Green made his season debut in Wednesday’s home loss to Houston. It will be Parker’s first action since Nov. 1, when he recorded six points and six assists in a loss to Utah. Friday night’s game tips off at 7:30 p.m. CT in San Antonio.
Pounding The Rock Nov 7, 2016

Tony Parker to suit up against Rockets on Wednesday

After missing the last two games with right knee soreness, Parker will return to action on Wednesday After battling right knee soreness and sitting for more than a week, it looks like Spurs guard Tony Parker will make his return Wednesday in San Antonio: Per Pop, Tony Parker to suit up vs. #Rockets on Wed.— Mike Monroe (@Monroe_SA) November 7, 2016 Parker hasn’t played since November, 1 against the Jazz, and Nicolas Laprovittola has seen a spike in minutes as a result. Spurs guard Danny Green may also make his season debut Wednesday after recovering from his injury, as he was...

Spurs recall Green, Murray, Forbes

SAN ANTONIO – The Spurs announced Monday they have recalled veteran Danny Green and rookies Dejounte Murray and Bryn Forbes from Austin after their one-day stint in the Developmental League. The move was significant for Green because it signals his impending return to action after missing the first seven games with a left quad strain.
Pounding The Rock Nov 7, 2016

Spurs recall Danny Green, Bryn Forbes and Dejounte Murray

After sending them down to Austin yesterday, the Spurs have returned the trio to San Antonio The San Antonio Spurs announced Monday morning that they have recalled Danny Green, Bryn Forbes and Dejounte Murray from the D-League Austin Spurs. The decision comes just a day after the group was sent to Austin, which would be consistent with the Spurs’ modus operandi of sending guys down for a Toros practice (or game) and then bringing them back immediately afterwards. It could also point to the impending return of Green, who has missed the first seven games of the season with a left quad...

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