Spurs Nation’s attention should have been directed to the ATT Center last night for the Spurs’ season-opening game against Milwaukee last night.
The lockout took care of that, leaving a bunch of us angry and hungry for any kind of contact with the NBA.
My blog brothers over at 48 Minutes of Hell.com made sure that a few us still got together for a few minutes last night. I was honored to participate in a live video chat with Graydon Gordian, Andrew McNeill and Jesse Blanchard for a few minutes on their TV show.
We weren’t treated to Gregg Popovich’s season-opening soliloquoy, or the newest way that chicken was cooked in the Spurs’ media dining hall. But it was good to spend a few minutes with them and talk about lockout-related issues.
Here’s ato their debut. I’m sure the quality of their guests will only improve in the future.
With the lockout stretching on, there’s still some Spurs-related information out there.
- Trevor Zickgraf of Project Spurs.com imagines how good a healthy Greg Oden in the future.
- Baxter Holmes of the Los Angeles Times writes about the Spurs being.
- Nick Gilbert, the son of Cleveland owner Dan Gilbert, wondering if his dad’s team after they were swept by the Spurs in 2007, the Cleveland Plain Dealer’s Mary Schmitt Boyer reports.
- Vancouver Province columnist Tony Gallagher wonders if some of the rhetoric from Spurs owner Peter Holt during the NBA lockout could.
- Pounding the Rock.com’s Josh Guyer sifts through the headlines for .
- In an extensive analysis of the support for David Stern among NBA owners, the New York Times’ Howard Beck and Ken Belson categorize Holt as a .
- Alley Oop of Spurs Locker.com (good to see you back) doesn’t believe the once the lockout ends.
- Janie Annie of Pounding the Rock.com writes about how the .
- Jeff Garcia of Project Spurs.com with Phoenix center Marcin Gortat.
- McNeill and Cleveland blogger John Krolik talk about in a 48 Minutes of Hell podcast. McNeill also wonders if Richard Jefferson is too valuable for the Spurs for the upcoming season to.
- Leesha Faulkner and Walt Nett of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal report that Tony Parker has possession of a Shelby Cobra 427 S/C sports car that is. The newspaper reports that the car once belonged to Absolute Fuels owner and CEO Jeffrey David Gunselman, who is suspected of fraudulently creating and selling credits for renewable fuels that were never produced, according to court records.
- Greg Jaffe of the Washington Post reports in a 1A story today that Benjamin Whetstone Schmidt, the son of Spurs team doctor David Schmidt, was the in his death on Oct. 6 in Afghanistan.
- Blanchard shares a few images of opening night in a .
- Nia Long, the mother of former Spur Ime Udoka’s child, tells Ebony Magazine of the joys of (Hat tip: Hello Beautiful.com)
- Massive former Antonian standout and current Indiana State senior Myles Walker tells Terre Haute (Ind.) Tribune-Star reporter Todd Golden about his .