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Nicolas Batum Thriving with The Hornets

In Portland, Nicolas Batum’s role consisted largely of playing defense, getting out in transition, and being ready to knock down open opportunities. Though he was a well-respected role-player, he was often an offensive afterthought, looked to only if Damian Lillard, LaMarcus Aldridge, and Wesley Matthews were unable to create something themselves. Batum was rarely an offensive initiator, or a beneficiary […]

Boban set to start in place of Duncan

DENVER – Boban Marjanovic, the 7-foot-3 rookie from Serbia who has played in just one game this season in which he received meaningful minutes, will start at center tonight against the Nuggets in place of Tim Duncan, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. That Serbian guy, LaMarcus Aldridge and Tony (Parker), Danny (Green) and Kawhi (Leonard),
Pounding The Rock Nov 25, 2015

Spurs vs. Mavericks, Final Score: Spurs' hold off Mavs, 88-83

Another sloppy game offensively for SA, but the Spurs come out on top to improve to 12-3. The Spurs came out hot offensively. Kawhi Leonard knocked down two triples, Tony Parker had a couple of buckets in the lane, and LaMarcus Aldridge looked nice and fresh hitting two jumpers in the first few minutes. There was a combination of good defense from the Spurs and the Mavericks not being able to get the lid off the rim for the majority of he first quarter that gave the Spurs a lead 24-18 after one. The Spurs fell a tad cold in the second quarter, and a run by the Mavericks cut what was once a...

Spurs' LaMarcus Aldridge: 'Tonight, I was myself'

Spurs LaMarcus Aldridge: Tonight, I was myself

Aldridge back in action tonight against Mavericks

SAN ANTONIO – Power forward LaMarcus Aldridge will suit up for Wednesday nights game against the Dallas Mavericks, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. Aldridge missed the last two games with an ankle injury he suffered in the first period of a loss at New Orleans on Nov. 20. Aldridge is second on the Spurs in
Mavs Moneyball Nov 25, 2015

The Mavs take on the Spurs' top-ranked defense

The Mavs face their old foes in San Antonio. What did San Antonio do over the summer? They really didn't do much. The only thing they actively pursued it seemed was re-signing Danny Green. Other than that they lucked into LaMarcus Aldridge. The Dallas native basically fell in their lap after the Blazers decided to rebuild around Damian Lillard. I mean, can there be rules against the Spurs landing quality players? It's not like they're even a cool team. Until I looked at his numbers while writing this it's like Aldridge ceased to exist. But I guess he went there to play "team" basketball or...

Aldridge participates in Spurs shootaround

SAN ANTONIO – Power forward LaMarcus Aldridge remains questionable for Monday night’s game with Phoenix, a Spurs spokesman said Monday morning at shootaround. Aldridge was on the court practicing free throws with his teammates when the team opened shootaround to the media. Aldridge’s teammates didn’t offer much when asked about how he looked during the

“Next man up” mentality serves West well

SAN ANTONIO – The Spurs made a splash in the offseason by signing LaMarcus Aldridge to a four-year, $84 million contract. But with the four-time All-Star sidelined with an ankle injury, the Spurs turned to the power forward they signed to a one-year deal for the veteran’s minimum. David West made news when he walked

Aldridge questionable for Monday’s game

SAN ANTONIO – The Spurs list power forward LaMarcus Aldridge as questionable for Monday night’s game against Phoenix. Aldridge suffered what the club is calling a mild sprained left ankle in the first period of Friday’s loss at New Orleans. He finished that game but did not play in Saturday night’s win over Memphis. David

Postgame Wrap: Manu Ginobili returns, Spurs defeat Grizzlies

Express-News Spurs reporters Jabari Young and Jeff McDonald give three takeaways from the Spurs win over the Memphis Grizzlies, discuss the play of David West, who filled in for LaMarcus Aldridge, and hear from Manu Ginobili.
Pounding The Rock Nov 21, 2015

Spurs vs. Grizzlies, Final Score: San Antonio contains Memphis, 92-82

With Manu back and as good as ever, the Spurs hold off the Grizzlies despite the absence of LaMarcus Aldridge. Both teams had starting bigs sitting out of this one; The Spurs without LaMarcus Aldridge and the Grizzlies without Zach Randolph. It was a pretty slow start with only 14 total points scored by both teams in the first six minutes. David West was able to get a couple of buckets to fall early, after sliding into the starting line-up for Aldridge. The Spurs held the Grizzlies to only 19 first quarter points on 7-of-20 shooting. Manu Ginobili, back from his hip injury, was terrific...

'Easy' Ed Davis does the hard work in Trail Blazers win over Los Angeles Clippers

Easy Ed" posted season-highs of 17 points and 15 rebounds and was tireless in his pursuit of offensive rebounds and second chance points.
Pounding The Rock Nov 21, 2015

LaMarcus Aldridge to sit out against Memphis

LaMarcus Aldridge will sit out against the Grizzlies tonight with a mild ankle sprain. LaMarcus Aldridge will sit out against Memphis tonight with a mild sprain in his left ankle. Aldridge tweaked his ankle last night against the Pelicans in the first quarter and left to the locker room, but ended up returning to the game shortly after that.

Spurs will be without their top rebounder against Grizzlies

SAN ANTONIO – Spurs power forward LaMarcus Aldridge will sit out Saturday night’s game with the Memphis Grizzlies, coach Gregg Popovich said. Aldridge twisted his left ankle when he stepped on the foot of New Orleans’ Alonzo Gee in the first period of Friday night’s 104-90 loss to the Pelicans. It’s uncertain who will start
Pounding The Rock Nov 21, 2015

By the Numbers: Spurs fizzle in New Orleans

The Spurs struggled against a full-strength New Orleans squad which fought hard and earned just their second win of the season. The shots weren't falling for San Antonio, and the Spurs couldn't make up for it in any other facet of the game, as their 6 game winning streak came to an end. Spurs 90, Pelicans 104 - Nov 20, '15 The Spurs weren't full strength, as Manu Ginobili sat out his second straight and LaMarcus Aldridge tweaked his ankle, costing the Spurs an effective option early on.  LMA would return and lead the Spurs in AdjGS, but the Spurs were never able to really find both...

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