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Pounding The Rock Feb 17, 2017
The Spurs roll into the All Star break

The Spurs roll into the All Star break

In episode 35 of the Superfluous Poppycock podcast, the boys may have discovered Kawhi’s new middle name. After recovering from the Spurs’ emotionally draining loss to the Knicks, Seth Warren and J.R. Wilco discuss Dewayne Dedmon’s terrific play, the and/or question between Jonathon Simmons and Patty Mills, review Tony Parker’s recent numbers, re-imagine Kawhi Leonard’s middle name, check in on the MVP “race” and avoid ragging on LaMarcus Aldridge. Episode 35 of the Superfluous Poppycock podcast is available for your listening pleasure. You can listen via the player...
FOX Sports Feb 13, 2017
Tony Parker on ball movement in 110-106 win

Tony Parker on ball movement in 110-106 win

Tony Parker discusses the hard-fought victory for the San Antonio Spurs as beat the Indiana Pacers.
FOX Sports Feb 13, 2017
Tony Parker on making stops when needed in win over Pacers

Tony Parker on making stops when needed in win over Pacers

Tony Parker shares his thoughts on the San Antonio Spurs bounce-back win against the Indiana Pacers.
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...
Pounding The Rock Feb 9, 2017
Bryan Cranston and M. Night Shyamalan “meet” Tony Parker during Spurs vs. 76ers

Bryan Cranston and M. Night Shyamalan “meet” Tony Parker during Spurs vs. 76ers

During Wednesday night’s game between the Spurs and the 76ers, as Tony Parker was waiting for play to resume, Bryan Cranston — watching the game courtside with M. Night Shyamalan — took advantage of the opportunity to “introduce” himself to San Antonio’s nearby point guard. @BryanCranston and @MNightShyamalan last night with @tonyparker pic.twitter.com/zMLIMv7jHy— J.R. Wilco (@jollyrogerwilco) February 9, 2017 Cranston is the best, and not just for Breaking Bad (which I consider to be the best TV show I’ve ever watched), but also for his latest creation, Sneaky Pete....
FOX Sports Feb 8, 2017
Leonard scores 32, Spurs beat Sixers 111-103

Leonard scores 32, Spurs beat Sixers 111-103

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Kawhi Leonard scored 32 points, Tony Parker added 18 and the San Antonio Spurs beat the Philadelphia 76ers 111-103 on Wednesday night.
FOX Sports Feb 7, 2017
Tony Parker talks tough loss to Grizzlies

Tony Parker talks tough loss to Grizzlies

Tony Parker shares his thoughts on the San Antonio Spurs loss to the Memphis Grizzlies.
FOX Sports Feb 4, 2017
Popovich gets NBA-record 1,128th win as Spurs beat Nuggets

Popovich gets NBA-record 1,128th win as Spurs beat Nuggets

SAN ANTONIO (AP) Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker scored 18 points each to help Gregg Popovich become the winningest coach with a single franchise in league history, leading San Antonio Spurs to a 121-97 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Saturday night.
Pounding The Rock Feb 2, 2017
Spurs sign Joel Anthony to second 10-day contract

Spurs sign Joel Anthony to second 10-day contract

The center will remain a Spur for the next 10 days The Spurs signed center Joel Anthony to a second 10-day contract Thursday afternoon, the club announced. San Antonio first signed Anthony to a 10-day agreement Jan. 23 to replace the injured Pau Gasol, who will sit out Thursday night’s matchup with Philadelphia. Anthony, 34, is averaging 1.3 points in the three games he has played for the Spurs this season.
numberFire Feb 1, 2017

Kawhi Leonard goes off as Spurs beat Oklahoma City

San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard exploded for 36 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 blocks in 36 minutes of action on Tuesday as the Spurs beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 108-94. What It Means: Leonard has been on an offensive tear recently, with 30-plus points in 7 of his last 10 games. He's averaging 31.0 points, 5.4 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 1.2 steals in 35.1 minutes per game in that span. Leonard also notched a game-high 25.9 nERD in Tuesday's win, per numberFire Live. His 12.0 nERd on the season is the best mark among Spurs players and ranks second in the...
Pounding The Rock Jan 30, 2017
Power Rankings, Week 15: Spurs hold steady despite stumbles

Power Rankings, Week 15: Spurs hold steady despite stumbles

The Spurs hold firm in the power rankings despite a pair of poor second halves to close the week. The week started off well with an absolute thrashing in Brooklyn followed by a stunning upset in Toronto sans Tony Parker, Pau Gasol, Kawhi Leonard and Jonathon Simmons. Then... things took a turn for the worse, with the Spurs (and a nearly completely healthy roster, no less) tumbling twice in late games against mediocre teams. This isn’t the first time the Spurs have done this – six of their 11 losses are to sub-.500 clubs, which we saw most recently in Mexico City against the...
Pounding The Rock Jan 29, 2017
San Antonio vs Dallas Final Score: Mavs beat Spurs 105-101

San Antonio vs Dallas Final Score: Mavs beat Spurs 105-101

The Mavs handed the Spurs their second straight loss. The Mavs started hot against the Spurs, with Seth Curry leading all scorers with 10 in th first. Tony Parker was aggressive driving to the rim with sixx points contributing San Antonio’s 28-27 lead after one. The Mavs’ 6-10 shooting from three helped them stay close, compared to 1-2 from the Spurs. The Spurs started the 2nd with much more fire, scoring eight unanswered in the first two minutes, including a fourpoint play from second-time starter Davis Bertans. The Spurs slowly built the lead to 14 with aggressive drives, scoring 24...
Pounding The Rock Jan 28, 2017
Spurs get roughed around at The Smoothie Center in road trip finale

Spurs get roughed around at The Smoothie Center in road trip finale

They were outscored 71-46 in the second half, but don’t worry, it looked worse. Game 46 @New Orleans: Pelicans 119, Spurs 103 Record: 36-10 1st in Southwest Division, 2nd in Western Conference Streak: L-1 In the macro sense, you can’t be mad at the loss. Not really. If I told you before the four-game road trip that the Spurs would go 3-1 even though they’d be without Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker for three of the four, you’d have signed up for it no questions asked in a second, especially considering the opponents involved. Any of us would have. Heck Gregg Popovich would have....
Pounding The Rock Jan 27, 2017
Final Score, San Antonio at New Orleans: Spurs fall to Pelicans, 103-119

Final Score, San Antonio at New Orleans: Spurs fall to Pelicans, 103-119

The Spurs couldn’t take advantage of Kawhi’s first game back and fell to a hot-shooting Pelican squad. The Spurs began their first game with Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard back searching for rhythm and cohesion. New Orleans rode a tide of hot shooting and San Antonio turnovers to a first quarter lead. After two games off to rest his sore hand, Kawhi's shot wasn't on and no one else was able to step up and score. The Pelicans had a modest lead that the Spurs gradually reeled in, behind play after play from Kawhi -- both scoring and assisting -- and the teams played evenly through most of...
FOX Sports Jan 27, 2017
Pelicans' Davis, Spurs' Leonard, Parker all returning

Pelicans' Davis, Spurs' Leonard, Parker all returning

NEW ORLEANS (AP) New Orleans center Anthony Davis, San Antonio forward Kawhi Leonard and Spurs guard Tony Parker are all returning from injuries Friday night.

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