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Pounding The Rock May 23, 2017
Be proud of the Spurs

Be proud of the Spurs

The season has ended, but the dream still lives Be proud of the Spurs, my friends. As hopeless situations go, their Western Conference Finals series against the Warriors was akin to the Battle of the Alamo. There was simply no real possibility of overcoming this All-Star team masquerading as an NBA franchise. How much the presence of Kawhi Leonard might have mattered is a debate to be had, but I’m not interested in it. I’m sure Pop will ultimately use the experience to better his team, to provide motivation, and to teach. Just as the injury to Tony Parker bought Dejounte Murray...
Inquisitr May 22, 2017
Watch Warriors Vs. Spurs Game 4 Live Stream: How To Watch Online Free, TV Time, Channel & Odds

Watch Warriors Vs. Spurs Game 4 Live Stream: How To Watch Online Free, TV Time, Channel & Odds

On Monday night, fans will watch the Warriors vs. Spurs Game 4 live streaming online, or via television as Golden State tries for another playoff sweep. The Warriors currently hold a 3-0 lead over the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference Finals, as San Antonio has been playing without their All-Star Kawhi Leonard or veteran guard Tony Parker. While Parker is done for the postseason, there has been some lingering hope that Leonard will make a triumphant return to the court. However, those hopes may have been dashed. Will the Spurs be able to stave off elimination with a victory at the AT&T...
Pounding The Rock May 22, 2017
The Silver Linings

The Silver Linings

Here are some links to get you through the day. This hasn’t been the series everyone hoped for as they patiently waited three years for a Spurs vs. Warriors rematch. With Tony Parker already out and Kawhi Leonard and David Lee falling along the way, one of the most anticipated series that started out promising enough has flipped from competitive to David vs. Goliath with all the odds firmly in Goliath’s favor and a wounded David needing to accomplish something no NBA team ever has before: come back from 0-3 down. If there has been one silver lining in this entire series, it has been...
Golden State Of Mind May 21, 2017
Warriors beat Spurs 120-108, take 3-0 series lead

Warriors beat Spurs 120-108, take 3-0 series lead

Facing a depleted Spurs roster, JaVale McGee and Kevin Durant were the stars of tonight’s big win. Yes, you read that correctly. The Golden State Warriors took a 3-0 series lead over the San Antonio Spurs in Saturday night’s 120-108 road win. San Antonio, as Jeff Van Gundy pointed out in tonight’s broadcast, used to be a “house of horrors” for the Warriors, but this season seems to be changing that trend. To be fair, though, the Spurs are still without Tony Parker and, more importantly, Kawhi Leonard. Tonight saw the departure of David Lee as well, as he landed badly and had to...
Pounding The Rock May 20, 2017
San Antonio vs. Golden State, Final Score: Spurs get even more shorthanded, lose Game 3 120-108

San Antonio vs. Golden State, Final Score: Spurs get even more shorthanded, lose Game 3 120-108

The shorthanded Spurs showed a lot of heart but couldn’t pull out a victory against the Warriors. Already down two starters in Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard and in an 0-2 hole against the Golden State Warriors, the Spurs came into Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals hoping to find some sort of spark at home to make it a series. Unfortunately, the injury bug bit again, this time taking David Lee out after just two minutes in the first quarter. The Spurs played with a lot of heart; they held the lead several minutes into the second quarter and got within single-digits in the fourth,...

Kevin Durant powers Warriors to Game 3 win over Spurs

To give Golden State a commanding 3-0 series lead, Durant followed up a 14-point first half with 19 points in the third quarter. With Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard watching from the bench, the Spurs allowed the Warriors to finish 54.8 percent from the field. Late in the first quarter, with the Spurs down 23-21, San Antonio forward David Lee took a Manu Ginobili feed and finished with the layup. While Joel Anthony shot the ensuing free throw for Lee, the ESPN telecast showed the ex-Warrior in a wheelchair. Early in the second quarter, after Curry picked up his third foul, acting head...
Inquisitr May 20, 2017
Golden State Warriors Vs San Antonio Spurs Game 3 Puts Warriors 3-0 Following Further Spurs Injuries

Golden State Warriors Vs San Antonio Spurs Game 3 Puts Warriors 3-0 Following Further Spurs Injuries

It has not been an easy postseason in the 2017 NBA Playoffs for the San Antonio Spurs. They’ve strived through several series and pushed on to victory through numerous injuries, but they may have come up against the insurmountable in the Golden State Warriors. Another key San Antonio Spurs player left the court injured in Game 3 and the Golden State Warriors capitalized for the win in what may very well be a third series sweep in their Playoff run. The Spurs already came into this latest match-up hobbled. They lost access to a court leader in Tony Parker when the San Antonio veteran went...
Canis Hoopus May 20, 2017
NBA Playoffs: Margin of Victory

NBA Playoffs: Margin of Victory

The Warriors look to stay a step ahead of the Cavaliers in the quest for an undefeated playoffs. Warriors (1) at Spurs (2) 8:00pm CST ESPN Well this sucks, Kawhi Leonard is out. The Spurs will be forced to make it work without the league’s best two-way player. Game 2, without Leonard, was a futile effort for San Antonio as they lost 136-100. Sans Leonard and Tony Parker, the Spurs were left playing LaMarcus Aldridge, Jonathan Simmons, Dejounte Murray, Kyle Anderson, and Bryn Forbes as their players with the highest quantity of minutes. Yeah, I don’t know who Bryn Forbes is either....

Game 3 preview: Can Warriors handle Spurs’ Aldridge again?

Can Warriors handle Spurs’ Aldridge again? Game 3, Western Conference finals Mike Brown (interim), 1st season with Warriors (0-0 with Warriors and 347-216 overall); Gregg Popovich, 21st season with Spurs 1,150-506 with Spurs and overall Spurs: PG Patty Mills (10.3 ppg, 2.4 apg), SG Danny Green (7.7 ppg, 3.2 rpg), SF Jonathon Simmons (10.1 ppg, 1.7 rpg), PF LaMarcus Aldridge (17.0 ppg, 7.6 rpg), C Pau Gasol (6.9 ppg, 6.8 rpg) Warriors injury report: SF Andre Iguodala (left knee soreness) is probable. Spurs injury report: SF Kawhi Leonard (sprained left ankle) and PG Tony Parker...

Patty Mills says Tony Parker is on crutches, started rehab

When Patty Mills saw Tony Parker at the Spurs’ practice facility on Thursday, Mills made sure to wish Parker a happy birthday and give him a little pep talk. Parker, who turned 35 on Wednesday, was hobbling around on crutches after sustaining a ruptured left quadriceps in Game 2 of the Spurs’ second-round series against
CSN Bay Area May 17, 2017

Spurs disappointed, frustrated by effort in Game 2 loss to Warriors

OAKLAND -- Eventually the injuries were going to catch up with the San Antonio Spurs. With Tony Parker done for the season and Kawhi Leonard
Sun Herald May 15, 2017

Spurs prepare for Game 2 vs Warriors with no Leonard, Parker

If all hope seems lost for the San Antonio Spurs heading into Game 2 of the Western Conference finals without injured stars Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker, they only need …
Boston Herald May 15, 2017
Spurs prepare for Game 2 vs Warriors with no Leonard, Parker

Spurs prepare for Game 2 vs Warriors with no Leonard, Parker

SAN FRANCISCO — If all hope seems lost for the San Antonio Spurs heading into Game 2 of the Western Conference finals without injured stars Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker, they only need to look back a few days to see whats possible.But even the Spurs know that beating Houston on the road in a series clincher without those two stars is a far different task than the one they face on Tuesday night against the Golden State Warriors with Leonard and Parker on the sideline.I understand the Warriors are a very talented team, so were going to have to be really sharp tomorrow, forward Pau Gasol...

Game 1 preview: How will Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard look vs. Warriors?

Game 1, Western Conference finals Mike Brown (interim), 1st season with Warriors (0-0 with Warriors and 347-216 overall); Gregg Popovich, 21st season with Spurs (1,150-506 with Spurs and overall) Spurs: PG Patty Mills (11.2 ppg, 2.5 apg), SG Danny Green (7.9 ppg, 3.4 rpg), SF Kawhi Leonard (27.8 ppg, 7.7 rpg), PF LaMarcus Aldridge (16.8 ppg, 8.0 rpg), C Pau Gasol (7.1 ppg, 7.1 rpg) Spurs injury report: PG Tony Parker (ruptured left quadriceps tendon) is out. The question is whether Leonard will have any lingering soreness Sunday. Because for San Antonio to make this series competitive,...
Pounding The Rock May 13, 2017
Kawhi Leonard is probable for Game 1 against the Warriors

Kawhi Leonard is probable for Game 1 against the Warriors

San Antonio’s star forward should play on Sunday. The San Antonio Spurs just released their injury report for Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals against the Golden State Warriors, and Kawhi Leonard is probable. Kawhi Leonard (sprained left ankle) is probable for Game 1 tomorrow. Tony Parker (ruptured left quadriceps tendon) remains out. pic.twitter.com/uouQApQqMI— San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) May 13, 2017 There’s no way to know how close to 100% he is until the game begins, but for now it’s good to know that the Spurs expect him to play. And since Pop has already shown his...

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