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Pounding The Rock May 21, 2018
Watch Tim Duncan and Tony Parker troll Joey Crawfod, circa Big 3 era

Watch Tim Duncan and Tony Parker troll Joey Crawfod, circa Big 3 era

Maybe this is why Joey didn’t appreciate Tim’s laughing? From the look of it, this is from the Spurs’ second round of the 2012 Playoffs (because that’s clearly the Clippers’ court and Tim Duncan was sporting more hair in 2015). The team captains have been called to center court to exchange cordials. After the politeness is over, none other than Joey Crawford wants Tim or Tony Parker to decide “who’s going to speak”. Their response: “Who’s speaking?” #NBAPlayoffs pic.twitter.com/0rVeB3igDv— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) May 21, 2018 Perfectly in sync, like two peas...
Hoops Habit May 18, 2018

San Antonio Spurs: 5 options for pick No. 18 in 2018 NBA Draft

The San Antonio Spurs should have plenty of prospects to choose from with their first round pick during the 2018 NBA Draft, including a few defensive specialists and a high-upside center. It’s going to be a busy offseason for the San Antonio Spurs, a team that must address a number of issues in the coming […] San Antonio Spurs: 5 options for pick No. 18 in 2018 NBA Draft - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats
Pounding The Rock May 17, 2018
Spurs 2017-18 Player Reviews: Tony Parker

Spurs 2017-18 Player Reviews: Tony Parker

The Spurs’ GOAT point guard returned from a devastating injury but eventually ceded his job to Dejounte Murray. Welcome to the 2017-18 season player reviews, where we will be rehashing the performance of all 15 Spurs from this season (excluding two-way players Darrun Hilliard and Matt Costello) and looking towards the future. If you’ve missed any you can click here to catch up. Before we get started: yes, it is entirely a coincidence that Parker’s review is coming out on his birthday. It would have been up yesterday but time didn’t permit me to get it done until today. ...
Pounding The Rock May 17, 2018
Open Thread: Tony Parker celebrates his birthday today

Open Thread: Tony Parker celebrates his birthday today

The Spurs guard turns 36-years-young Today, Spurs Tony Parker celebrates his 36th birthday. The French point guard has spent his entire NBA career in San Antonio as part of four NBA Championships. Parker took the award as Finals MVP in 2007. In addition to his stateside accolades, #9 has been a part of the French national team and was named FIBA EuroBasket MVP in 2013. Happy birthday, TP! Enjoy some highlights. Welcome to The Thread. Join in the conversation, start your own discussion, and share your thoughts. This is the Spurs community, your Spurs community. Thanks for being here. Our...
Pounding The Rock May 11, 2018
Tony Parker wants to play 20 seasons, even if it’s not with the Spurs

Tony Parker wants to play 20 seasons, even if it’s not with the Spurs

He’d prefer to stay San Antonio, but... Tony Parker has been saying for a while now that his ultimate goal is to play in the NBA for 20 seasons, all with the one team he has known: the San Antonio Spurs. Until about a year ago that certainly seemed possible for the team’s greatest point guard of all time. Despite some gradual slippage in numbers since his last All-Star appearance in 2015 (mostly due to being past his prime and deferring the leading role to Kawhi Leonard), he was still one of better starting point guards in the league up until his devastating quad injury during the...
ClutchPoints May 11, 2018
How A Scandal Almost Got Tony Parker Traded From Spurs

How A Scandal Almost Got Tony Parker Traded From Spurs

The San Antonio Spurs are one of the most consistent and respected organizations across all sports. When you think about the team and the players over the years, we usually assume they’re hard-working, team-oriented, high-character, great guys. But there was actually an incident that nearly destroyed the team, and it came from within their own […] The post How A Scandal Almost Got Tony Parker Traded From Spurs appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints May 11, 2018
Spurs guard Tony Parker uncertain if he’ll re-sign with San Antonio

Spurs guard Tony Parker uncertain if he’ll re-sign with San Antonio

One of the greatest San Antonio Spurs of all time, Tony Parker could be moving onto a new team if he isn’t offered a new contract by the team he has spent 17 years with. Parker talked with News4SanAntonio and was asked about leaving the Spurs, and Parker said although he wants to be back […] The post Spurs guard Tony Parker uncertain if he’ll re-sign with San Antonio appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Pounding The Rock May 9, 2018
Open Thread: Chinese nicknames for Spurs players

Open Thread: Chinese nicknames for Spurs players

Kawhi is simply 可爱 Multiple Spurs, and other players of note, have been given some unusual nicknames in China. For example, Tim Duncan, our Big Fundamental is known better in Asia as “The Stone Buddha.” While some make sense, like calling Tony Parker “The Little French Sports Car,” others leave conclusion to the imagination. For example, in China, Pau Gasol is labeled simply “Sister-in-law”. By the way, in China, Kawhi is “cute,” but check out the pronunciation: 可爱. For an expanded list of Chinese nicknames for NBA players, click here. Do you have nicknames for...
Pounding The Rock May 3, 2018
The Dejounte Murray Project has just begun

The Dejounte Murray Project has just begun

In ways good and bad, Murray was a statistical anomaly in his first year as the Spurs’ starting point guard. When Tony Parker learned of his move to the bench, he said he was told “it was time.” And it was — not only for the 35-year-old to take on a more limited role, or for the Spurs to accelerate his understudy’s development, but for PATFO to get a clearer idea of what they had in the long, athletic prospect who played a total of 322 minutes in his rookie season. Thus, less than a week after shutting Kawhi Leonard down indefinitely, the Spurs fast-tracked the Dejounte Murray...
Pounding The Rock Apr 30, 2018
Can Pop work his 2000 magic on Kawhi Leonard?

Can Pop work his 2000 magic on Kawhi Leonard?

Pop’s honesty helped bring Tim Duncan back in 2000. Can he do the same with Kawhi this summer? If the Summer of Kawhi feels familar, it’s because the Spurs have been here before. Most fans will remember the Summer of Tim Duncan, a.k.a. 2000. Duncan was worried about the state of the aging Spurs (among other things), and Gregg Popovich was tasked with convincing him to stay and proving he could build another championship squad. Suffice it to say, he succeeded. Duncan stayed after some serious flirtation with the Orlando Magic, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili soon followed, and...

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