Spurs management and players make moves

When the Kevin Durant sweepstakes began, the San Antonio Spurs know their chances were not great.  But in the Spurs way of doing things, they were again silently looking at Bulls center Pau Gasol and hoping that maybe this was the year they could finally land the Spanish former third overall draft pick.

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Leaving the Spurs thus far are David West (who is joining KD in Golden State) and Boris Diaw, who was traded to the Utah Jazz to make roster and cap space room for Gasol.

We will keep you up to date on any further Spurs News until then keep the Spurs faith!

Aldridge scores 17 in loss to Miami

In the second game of the preseason for the new look San Antonio Spurs, LaMarcus Aldridge scored 17 points and pulled down seven boards in a 97-94 loss to the Miami Heat.  Tim Duncan notched 14 points on 7-7 shooting and hauled down six rebounds and dished two assists in 18 minutes of play.

The Spurs were without the services of Boris Diaw for an unknown reason.  Said Coach Pop when asked what Diaw’s issue was: “I don’t care. When they tell me he can play, then I’ll care.”

The Spurs continue their preseason road trip, taking on the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday at the Phillips Arena.  For you Spurs Road Warriors, plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours and help support your San Antonio Spurs on the road!

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Duncan eclipses another record in win over Pelicans

The San Antonio Spurs work collectively as a team so when one member charts an accomplishment, there had better be a win behind it or it will be overlooked.  So when Tim Duncan passed NBA legend and former Washington Bullet (now Wizards) to move into 10th place in all time rebounding, oh and the other thing, tying  Karl Malone for 5th all time in double-doubles,  in the slim victory over the Pelicans mattered more.

There was Tim Duncan, now 10th all time rebounder and 5th all time double-doubler tipping in the go ahead basket with .7 seconds remaining.  With Boris Diaw inbounding, Duncan, draped by Pelicans, flipped a shot into the bucket taking the game into the fourth overtime game in recent weeks.

“If you don’t get up for the Spurs, it’s tough,” New Orleans forward Anthony Davis said. “They’re a championship-caliber team. They bring it every night. That makes you put out your best performance and that’s just what we try to do when we play them.”

In overtime, the Spurs fell behind by six early on but the Spurs battled back off of two Manu buckets and then Tim Duncan was at the line.  The first bucket went in giving the Spurs a two point advantage.  Duncan missed the second on purpose forcing the Pelicans’ to lob a last second shot but to no avail.   The Spurs walk out with a 95-93 victory.

There is little time to regroup as the Spurs next face the Washington Wizards tomorrow night.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so get yours now and help cheer on your Defending NBA Champion Spurs!

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