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Pounding The Rock Feb 14, 2017
Falling in love with the Spurs again

Falling in love with the Spurs again

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Spurs’ play goes from sour to sweet with a victory over the Pacers Valentine’s Day is a time for reflection and appreciating relationships, including your relationship with your favorite basketball team. I know some of you have been feeling let down by the Spurs in general and some of the Spurs’ more lucratively compensated players in particular. You’re a little bit frustrated that your man Danny Green spent all night at a fantasy baseball draft instead of taking you to see Hidden Figures. You’re fuming that LaMarcus Aldridge left all the...
Pounding The Rock Feb 13, 2017
San Antonio at Indiana, Final Score: Spurs outlast Pacers, 110-106

San Antonio at Indiana, Final Score: Spurs outlast Pacers, 110-106

The Spurs overcame 14 lead changes, 12 ties, and several recent demons to beat the Pacers. The Spurs came to Indiana looking to bounce back from yesterday’s debacle in Madison Square Garden. After a sloppy first quarter-and-a-half, the Spurs finally showed some signs of life beyond Kawhi Leonard and got the win against a gritty and rapidly improving Pacers team. The offense started a little stagnant, with individual shooting taking more precedent than team play. A Dewayne Dedmon alley-oop from Danny Green got the Spurs up 13-9, but a quick 7-0 run from the Pacers prompted Pop to call...
Pounding The Rock Feb 13, 2017
The Spurs’ most dangerous four-man lineup

The Spurs’ most dangerous four-man lineup

It’s no surprise this unit plays well together, but how much will we see of it once Pau Gasol is back to full strength? And who should the fifth guy be? Over the first 41 games of the season, the foursome of Kawhi Leonard, LaMarcus Aldridge, Danny Green and Dewayne Dedmon played a total of 60 minutes together. That shouldn’t really be a surprise considering the last component, Dedmon, was (rightly) sitting behind Pau Gasol and David Lee in the depth chart and getting most of his run with the second unit. Still, it became clear early on that Dedmon’s defensive upside merited more play...
Pounding The Rock Feb 12, 2017
San Antonio @ New York, Final Score: Spurs fall to the Knicks, 94-90

San Antonio @ New York, Final Score: Spurs fall to the Knicks, 94-90

The Spurs had their worst shooting night of the year and lost a close one to the Knicks. The Spurs shot just 36% from the field and were again doomed by a poor third quarter, losing to the Knicks 94-90. Kawhi Leonard scored 36 points, but he didn’t receive much help as the Spurs offense was stuck in mud for most of the night. Here is how it all went down. The starters were: Spurs: Tony Parker, Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard, LaMarcus Aldridge, Dewayne Dedmon Knicks: Derrick Rose, Courtney Lee, Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingis, Willy Hernangomez First Quarter: The Spurs opened up the game...
Rotoworld Feb 5, 2017

Danny Green does his thing - Danny Green (G/F) San Antonio Spurs

Danny Green scored five points with four rebounds, three assists, two steals and one 3-pointer in 20 minutes against the Nuggets on Saturday.

Spurs praise Green for defensive effort against Westbrook

SAN ANTONIO – Guard Danny Green received plenty of praise in the locker room for his prominent role in helping the Spurs limit Russell Westbrook to 27 points, 14 assists and six rebounds in Tuesday’s 108-94 win over the Thunder. Green began the game defending Westbrook, who finished the first quarter with four points on

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