Leonard and Granger? Sick!
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Good Move! Anyone know if Monica will be at the game?
10 months, 3 weeks ago on Spurs sign Shannon Brown to 10-day contract, release Jeffers
I'm not in panic mode.
10 months, 3 weeks ago on Parker on losing to top-tier teams: There's no panic
@GaziR You're right, there's no reason you should be panicking at this time. It's early and our record is (15-4). I could understand if the record was reversed.
1 year ago on Spurs’ loss to Pacers a reminder that it’s only December
@gruelingslate Is this still your Finals prediction?
1 year ago on Knicks' World Peace says they'll be ready for Spurs... in Finals?
@asoto You can't understand why Ayres is getting minutes? That's another big we have on the team. Ayres getting minutes allows Duncan to get rest. I agree that Baynes should be getting minutes too. I don't know about him taking Ayres minutes though, as I think it would be useful if both players are playing together at times on the court. In my opinion, Ayres has the potential to get better. He's in a new system and will need time to adjust. We're still in the early part of the season. Give him some time.
1 year ago on San Antonio Spurs 100, Indiana Pacers 111:
@isaacd35Kawhi Leonard did play against Paul George in College. Leonard was a freshman and George was a sophomore. Don't believe me? Watch Leonard's post-game interview from last nights game on the Spurs website, he says it out of his own mouth. I thought you said you watched Leonard in college? "Yeah, I did see him in college." "Exactly, and he also didn't go up against Lebron James, Carmelo Anthony and Paul George and a plethora of other talented small forwards in the league." Are these not your words? "Your basketball knowledge is the same as anybody else's on this website (but I have more of course)." Evidently you enjoy lying to yourself.
1 year ago on Popovich says Kawhi is better than Bowen
@isaacd35 @DifferentVSTheSame What are you hoping I understand?
1 year, 1 month ago on Popovich says Kawhi is better than Bowen
@isaacd35 @DifferentVSTheSame Dude, what is wrong with you? Still talking about the same thing. I thought you was going to be like alright, let's talk some basketball. Here you're calling me names to build yourself some confidence. You weak. But I understand why you do it. Don't nobody love you. Wasn't tough enough for Daddy was you? Weak minded little boy. You have some idea of basketball because you watch the Spurs. But even with that knowledge you still don't know enough. Probably, don't even play basketball. You just a Spurs fan running his mouth. Say some more dumb stuff, cookie.
@isaacd35 @DifferentVSTheSame Actually, I did say it go look on my profile. Again you don't pay attention. Follow directions. When you get this one go on my profile it has my accurate stuff. I'm not making up stuff. I see you're still reading post I made before I edited them. So, to stop the confusion look at what I said on my profile before you send another post. Buttercup? You must be the evil villain HIM. From the things you said it didn't appear that you were saying Leonard is better than today's Jefferson. It sounded like you were saying he's better than him in general. As if Jefferson never did anything in the league. I was like well then you must have never seen him play before the Spurs. You wanted to be funny, so I found my way of being funny too. You probably have had some good debates prior to this one. I'm just making it known I'm not like everybody you've debated before. I wanted to see how much you knew about what you were talking about. You gave some credit, but you still missed something. The system did have some part in his being unsuccessful with the team. The Spurs didn't use Jefferson in more ways for him to be successful for them. Notice the system is still about the same since he left. Leonard is just now getting more calls offensively. So, with more calls we should see more from Leonard than we have in his first two years in the league. I said before that by doing certain things it can change a person's mentality. In this case it did. Jefferson hasn't been the same since he left the Spurs. DeJuan Blair is hungry to beat the Spurs and I'm not mad at him for wanting to. I felt the Spurs didn't believe in him either. Did I say I knew everything about basketball? I said you don't know basketball as a tactic move. I guess, we are both sensitive lol. Who knows everything about basketball? Coaches and players are still continuing to learn new things in the league. I believe I said I wasn't perfect and you weren't either. My knowledge on basketball comes from playing, watching, learning from others who have played, coached or studied it. I feel I analyze the game more than you do. I continue to study the game because I love it. You sound like a person who just watches the game. The bum probably would give me a better conversation. I don't know basketball? As "Radio" would say, "That's a goo' one!" Let's change this up, I'm getting tired of talking about the same thing. I don't care why you call Jefferson "Dick" or any other Richard. You aren't hearing me on this so why bother continue discussing it. If you so called know basketball and want to debate show me what you know. You may know some real stuff. But I'm not seeing it in this discussion. You may think the same from me in a different one too.
@isaacd35 @DifferentVSTheSame I said mental and spiritual issues. "Skipping." Insane was not the word I used. The meaning of mental and spiritual was how you took it. You took it as me calling you insane, but I did not call you insane. I guess you're insane to think I called you that. I was basically just saying you got some issues. Like you referred to Richard Jefferson as "Dick." Your meaning for that name is not the same as someone like Andy Dick. And the way I took it was not the same. I'm not really one for calling a man named Richard, "Dick," anyway. Little Richard don't even call himself that. Richard Rich Jr. said don't call me Dick call me "Richie." Dick Tracy was cool though. I said you may watch basketball, but you don't know it. Meaning you obviously do watch some basketball, but you don't really understand the game as much as you think you do. You clearly didn't understand my bringing up Jefferson in the first place. My intention was to only mention him once. Then you kept thinking I was trying to compare who's the better player. After a while I just decided what the heck compare because this dude just ain't getting it. My bringing him up for the last time, was because of the "Bowen role." The article is about Leonard and Bowen. I mentioned that Leonard is not Bowen and neither is Jefferson. But the Spurs are still wanting to find that man who can fill that role. Spurs tried to do the Bowen thing with Jefferson and it didn't work liked they hoped. Here they're doing it with Leonard and it's worked out much better for them. Both Jefferson and Leonard had to make adjustments in the Spurs system. Both players came into a new system and had to learn new things. Both came in as athletic SF who could do more offensively than Bowen. You were saying Leonard hadn't learned yet offensively. I disagreed with you. I think he does know some offense and is willing to learn more ways to improve his game. I feel Leonard is capable of doing more than he has done in his first two years with us. He's shown that and deserves to be given a chance to show it this year. I said I was glad the Spurs were looking to include him more in their offensive game plan. I said so myself that Leonard has adapted better and has been the better player for the Spurs than Jefferson. I don't think Jefferson completely sucks as a player. I feel he just wasn't that good for us. How he does elsewhere is on him. When he got traded to the Spurs I thought he would be good player for us because of the things I had seen from him with the Nets and Bucks. I think the Spurs did too. I'll admit I was really happy when the Spurs traded him for Stephen Jackson. I like Jack. And I knew "Captain Jack" was glad to be back. Stephen Jackson brings a different edge than Jefferson. We needed some toughness on the team. Jefferson in my opinion just didn't adapt well in the Spurs system and it showed on the court. He wasn't consistent shooting and he got soft. He also struggled in some other areas he's really good at. It's not that he's incapable of scoring, but for some reason he was poor for us. He wasn't all the time though. That game against Portland where he dunked on Oden I thought was going to continue throughout the season. But the Spurs had him primarily shooting corner 3's. And he just didn't take the initiative to make things happen for himself. After some time to really think about his role on the team I felt the Spurs did limit him at times. But he accepted a limited role. Jefferson was capable of doing more than shooting 3's. I guess, I can somewhat understand why Jackson didn't want to say Leonard was better than him and didn't want to accept a limited role. He knew he was capable of doing more. Dude still had that hunger inside of him. I can dig that. How many corner 3's did you see Jefferson shoot in that mix video I so called accidentally sent you? You admitted that you almost changed your mind. But when it occurred was along time ago. That goes to show you at least Jefferson was a heck of a player at one point. Leonard has potential to really be somebody in this league. He's shown a lot in 2 years and looks like he's only going to get better. I just want the Spurs to allow him the chance to shine outside of the 3 point line. I've never been more wrong in my life? You probably haven't even dealt with as much crap as I have in life. The fact you wouldn't even look at a 3 min video shows me fear and an unwillingness to want to make sure you're right when talking to me. What are you afraid of? A few things you did say were right and I credited you for it. I'm not perfect and you aren't perfect. Mistakes happen. You just so happen to be making a lot of them in this discussion. It's all good though. Debates are fun to me. In due time you too can improve your knowledge on the game like Leonard. I think it's a good time for you to make some adjustments. Because right now watching the game is the best thing going your way.
@isaacd35 @DifferentVSTheSame Did I say you were insane? Is insane in any of my post? That's you calling your own self that. Just like you calling another man sweetie and sweetheart. You may think it's to be funny, but something is wrong with you. I didn't send the wrong video. I was going to say something about it, but I found the other video because it went with what I had recently discussed with you. I deleted it and sent the other one. You apparently got my before edited post. Project Spurs kept moving my stuff around which was frustrating. I eventually figured some things out when writing on this site. That's why I said go to my profile because what I had to say was there. I said you're dumb at reading because you don't read what is being said. You skip stuff. You're so caught up with your idiotic basketball knowledge that you don't realize it's off. This ain't really a debate because you don't know basketball. You didn't look up any stats. Which shows me you assume you know what you're talking about. You probably make up stuff because you know you're wrong and hope a person will give in to your stupidity. If someone were to say, who's better Jordan or LeBron? A person can't even make an argument with you because you'll be the one to say Jordan played along time ago. Don't say you wont because you're doing it here with Leonard and Jefferson. You're saying Leonard is better than Jefferson, right? Right now, you're right. Leonard is performing way better than Jefferson. Jefferson is not doing much right now. He's lost some steps. So, Leonard is the better player today. But let's see if that changes or stays the same by matching up Jefferson's first two years against Leonard's. Young vs Young. Notice I made it reasonable as Leonard has just started his 3rd year. I know you didn't look it up though and you don't have to. I did that comparison simply to see how much you knew about both players. You may watch basketball, but you don't know basketball.
One of my favorite players, the so called "Quiet One"
@isaacd35 @DifferentVSTheSame You're one dumb person when it comes to reading. Plus, I sent a video of Jefferson talking during one of the Spurs Training camps. So, I don't know if Project Spurs gave you the one I resent when I edited my post. Go to my profile and look again. He talks about adjusting in the Spurs system. Yes, Jefferson is starting for the Jazz. He's started every game so far. I didn't say that Leonard was better than Jefferson. And I didn't say that Jefferson was better than Leonard. But look at both players stats in their first 2 years? You get your answer as of right now. I said that Leonard has been better for the Spurs. And that he's fit in the system better. I compared the two simply because both players are athletic SF who were used to fill the Bowen role and had to make adjustments in the Spurs system. If I'm not mistaken Jefferson got traded Leonard's rookie year. The Spurs don't use players the same way as other teams. Imagine Leonard right now playing for the Bulls. You think the Bulls would use him the same way as the Spurs? Think of him going into their system as a rookie. What if Leonard was playing for the team that had drafted him, Indiana? Think he would be used the same way as the Spurs? Think he would act the same way? But this Leonard stuff all started when you made it seem like he didn't know much offense and that he didn't have to make adjustments when he came to the Spurs. You don't pay attention to detail. I had a feeling you would say Parker makes everyone better. While Parker has gotten better as a point guard, truthfully it's the Spurs system. You don't remember when the Spurs wanted Kidd after they beat him in the Finals? It's a reason why Pop wanted him on the team. And for Pop and R.C. to say they wanted both Kidd and Parker, guess where they wanted to place Parker? 03-04 starting lineup would have been: Kidd, Parker, Ginobili, Duncan, Nesterovic. Parker is a scoring guard. Look at Parker's euro stats. How many assist per game has he avg. ? His assist numbers are higher with the Spurs. Kidd, Paul, Nash, Rondo and even Rubio to name a few are guys who have a passer's mentality. Deron Williams was once like that back when he was with the Jazz. Guys with that mentality make those around them better. They try to make plays for their teammates more than looking to make plays for themselves. Another way of saying it is, pass first and score if necessary. That's why they're are capable of fitting in multiple systems and can still be successful. The Spurs have found ways to use Parker with his flaws and still be successful. How? Coaching and Role players. Parker may reach his teammates verbally. But saying he makes everyone around him better with his play is like saying the same for Westbrook. You may watch basketball, but you don't know basketball.
@isaacd35 @DifferentVSTheSame Get "Chuck" out of your mouth, he's doing you no good. You clearly didn't pay attention to what I was comparing.You obviously didn't watch Richard Jefferson during his time in New Jersey or Milwaukee with those types of comments. I don't believe you really pay attention to detail when watching a basketball game. The Spurs system is different than the Nets and Bucks. What type of a point guard was Jason Kidd? Makes since why Jefferson was being spoon fed. Jefferson didn't even have Kidd in Milwaukee and was still doing great things. The Spurs had Jefferson sitting in the corners shooting 3's like Bruce Bowen when he's more so a slashing F. Jefferson is not Bowen and neither is Leonard. But I feel that Leonard has adapted better in the Spurs system than Jefferson. I love the Spurs, but they have been limiting some guys who can do more for them. I'm glad they look at Leonard as the future and are looking to include him more in their offensive game plan. I would hate to see him leave because he felt the Spurs were holding him back.
@isaacd35 @DifferentVSTheSameIn College Leonard wasn't playing with guys like Parker, Duncan and Ginobili. When Leonard came to the Spurs he had to adjust his game because of the system. Richard Jefferson is a good example of this. He was a heck of a player with the Nets and Bucks. But with the Spurs he was a struggling talent. The Spurs tried to use Jefferson similar to how they used Bowen and it didn't work. Here they're doing the same thing with Kawhi and things have worked out a lot better. In due time the "future face" of the Spurs will get more opportunities to show what he can do offensively. But right now it's all about being patient and taking advantage of the shots that's being given to him.
@isaacd35 @DifferentVSTheSame You're very right about Kawhi being the better offensive player and that he has potential to get better. I must ask though, did you watch any of his games with San Diego State? He didn't come to the Spurs not knowing how to play any offense. He's had to change up his game in the Spurs system. But over time the Spurs have noticed that they can use him more offensively. In due time we should see more from him.
@gruelingslate @DifferentVSTheSame We swept LeBron with Bowen. We lost in 7 games with Leonard. Kawhi has the potential to get better and be better. Right now, I still say Bruce Bowen has the edge defensively. If you read carefully, it appears Pop is saying the same thing. Pop said, " So we want Kawhi to match Bruce's great D first and foremost, but after that he's a better offensive player." Key words, "better offensive player." Leonard adding some of Bruce's style with his length will make him a better defensive player. He's not seasoned yet, much like LeBron wasn't in 2007.
@gruelingslate @DifferentVSTheSame You lost at making sense. So, you don't deserve a grade.
@spursfan80 @DifferentVSTheSame I didn't mention them because they aren't as of right now looked at as the future "star" on the team. Belinelli and Diaw are role players. But like I said before some plays are designed for certain players. So, if Kawhi has the ball at some points in the game it might be for him to create the shot for himself.
What's the difference when "The Big 3" creates shots for themselves? Remember, Sean Elliott? All of these guys mentioned can make plays for themselves and others. If Kawhi wasn't capable of doing so I don't see why Pop would mention Bowen's lack of being able to pass and dribble when comparing who's the better player.
In many of the games I've seen Kawhi play he's made attempts to look for open players. Sometimes defenses cause issues that make you have to change up the initial play. You want that extra punch so when your main guys are off, double-teamed or out with injury you have someone else to go to. Kawhi Leonard is a guy who can score and get to the line.
@gruelingslate What are you talking about? And who is Carlyle; do you mean Carlisle? Mind you Kawhi Leonard is a SF doing things a PF and C should be doing. You lose again.
@spursfan80 Why limit a player like Kawhi in only shooting corner shots when he's capable of doing more for you? Kawhi Leonard is not Bruce Bowen. When realizing that you don't just have settle with Parker, Duncan and Ginobili to create shots for the team. Remember, some plays are set plays.
@isaacd35 you must have been mad when he played.
I agree with Pop. Kawhi Leonard is capable of doing more on the court than Bruce Bowen. However, Pop is still suggesting that Kawhi Leonard study Bruce Bowen's defense. So, defensively Bruce still has the edge in my opinion.
@gruelingslate @DifferentVSTheSame Good!
1 year, 1 month ago on Report: Kawhi Leonard has deal in works to join Nike and Team Jordan Brand
@gruelingslate @DifferentVSTheSame You do remember that Tim Duncan was once with Nike, right? Ever think that Timmy signed with Adidas because he liked their brand? You not knowing what the Chinese brand PEAK is is a good reason to look them up. It's other well known players in the NBA who are also associated with the company, one being a former Spur.
Y-Ball? Are you talking about the toy? You're making the claim that players are going for the money. But if I'm not mistaken these players don't play for free. A lot of them play because it's a way to make money, feed their families and do something they enjoy doing.
What does team basketball have to do with Nike? The Spurs have several players who are with or were at one point signed with Nike. Did you know Manu was with Nike and still wears Nike today? Tony Parker was signed with Nike before he signed with PEAK. Did you see recently on here that Aron Baynes signed a 3-year deal with Nike? Do you remember David Robinson and his Nike shoes? Guess what shoes Bruce Bowen was wearing a lot with the Spurs? Nike. Beautiful team basketball while wearing Nike's.
Nike is a business and so is the NBA. One thing both do well is offer something that's appealing to the eyes.
The game isn't over until the clock runs out. While it may have been unsportsmanlike to some, how many people wouldn't have thrown up that shot in NBA 2k? I know I would. I want my triple-double lol. I would be smiling just like Batum is in that picture leaving my opponent looking like Tim Duncan.
1 year, 1 month ago on Tim Duncan Not Amused with Nic Batum’s Last Second Heave
@gruelingslate I believe Pop said Kawhi would be the face of the Spurs. When Tim Duncan signed with Adidas did you feel the same way? When Tony Parker signed with PEAK did you feel they elevated him over the team? I'm asking because when you look at Parker and Duncan I'm sure you think of them higher than some of the other guys on the team. What if Bonner get's a shoe deal, will you feel they're putting him over the team?
Leonard looks like a star in the making. A shoe deal is a good thing for him and the Spurs. If you notice the Spurs are showing they want to keep him. Look at the H.E.B. commercials. Spurs are trying to make him the new face. A shoe deal will give him a bigger name in the NBA as well as the Spurs. Imagine kids walking around in San Antonio, TX or outside of San Antonio, TX wearing Kawhi Leonard sneakers.
This is only opening the door for new opportunities. Spurs don't have to have be given the silent treatment in the media anymore. We can be up there with the likes of the Clippers, Heat, Thunder etc.
Kawhi Leonard as the face for the Spurs on Jordan Brand and Nike is awesome. From what he has gone through in his life and now to be in this situation is great for him most of all.
Being somewhat familiar with Leonard's story I'm happy for him. Congrats!
Portland gave us problems last year, so I wasn't too shocked by what I saw. I felt going in that this may be a challenging game for the Spurs from beginning to end. Though we lost I saw some positives. Belinelli showed he's still clutch and the combo with him and Manu looks promising. I look forward to seeing what Pop is going to do in the next game.
1 year, 1 month ago on The Rundown: Spurs suffer first loss of season due to Blazers scoring attack
1 year, 1 month ago on Video: Tim Duncan Shares Some of His Off-Court Passions
Good! Both players look like they will continue to get better.
1 year, 1 month ago on Spurs Exercise Options on Cory Joseph and Kawhi Leonard
@slapdoghoops The thing is anybody has a shot. Whether or not they make it is another thing. With the Spurs current roster you wouldn't think they won't make the playoffs. So, by them making the playoffs they have a chance. In the playoffs it's all about match-ups.
1 year, 1 month ago on Tony Parker gives his West teams to watch
Yes, I believe the Spurs still have a chance. Belinelli, Ayers, Baynes should help us in some of the areas we lacked at last year. If Josh Howard is added to the roster and is healthy I think he can help out too. Spurs need that extra man off the bench that can hit shots and defend while also giving Leonard rest. Mavs and Denver are teams I would look out for too. The guards both teams have could cause some problems. Also they have "BIG's" that can rebound. Rebounding is something we need to get better at doing.
@gymbear @DifferentVSTheSame @SCOLFIELD1421 He's a combo-guard. If you look at the teams who had him you would know he's not someone you leave at the 3 a lot. It depends on match-ups. He can play 1 because of his handles and passing, but his style of play is a SG. He's like Ginobili and Brent Barry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBswGMEI4p8
1 year, 1 month ago on 10 years later, Spurs finally get Josh Howard
@CraigThomas @CraigThomas@DifferentVSTheSame All I'm really trying to say is, what's wrong with giving the guy a chance? What he did along time ago is what it is. In my opinion if the Spurs roll with him I look at the possibility of what he could do for us. During his time with the Mavs he did some good things. Injuries have hurt him during his career, but the guy can still ball. We need a SF that can give Kawhi some rest and produce off the bench. Josh Howard has proven in the past he can create his own shots, defend and contribute in other ways on the court. One thing to remember, we got Pop. Pop don't play around, even with the guys he likes most. For the record Pop liked Stephen Jackson, a lot. When the time came Pop dealt with him and went about his business. I'm sure he'll do the same with Josh Howard if need be.
@MarkCubanisaDouche The PG position is something to think about. But, the one thing we do have is options. SF is more of a concern because Leonard has battled knee problems here and there. We need another option of the bench. Diaw is good, but the Spurs tend to like playing him at PF. Notice SF was something we looked into filling before the playoffs last year; Tracy McGrady. Unfortunately McGrady didn't play much. But it showed we needed another guy in that spot especially in the Finals. Had McGrady did some things or had Stephen Jackson still been around we might have done a little better in the Finals.
@CraigThomas @DifferentVSTheSame Like I said bringing up something that's really really old. I saw this on TV and the internet when it happened. What does that have to do with him today? Can a person not make mistakes and learn from them? Mind you everybody ain't down for the U.S. Flag. When mentioning Jason Collins I'm talking about his contribution on the court. He was better in college and his first couple of years in New Jersey. He hasn't done much of anything in years but be on a magazine announcing he's homosexual. I'd rather have a guy who can do more on the court, just saying. Tim Duncan has kids and in divorces anybody can say crap. His teammates don't believe it. And if it's true at least he did something during his time in the league. Tim Duncan didn't build the Spurs he contributed. It was other guys who also helped this team become successful, not just one man. You're judging Josh Howard and acting like you have done no wrong in life. You aren't perfect, I'm not perfect and neither is Josh Howard. I find it funny you describe the Spurs organization to be one way and they go out their way to seek and sign a "Thug." LOL So, much for knowing your team.
Nothing wrong with going to the Austin Toros. To be able to learn while playing and know you're connected with a great organization should motivate all the players on the roster. This is a good step for Howard to get more in rhythm, play contact ball and learn the system. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2MRbPKl0HU
1 year, 1 month ago on Spurs release Howard, plan to put him in Toros uniform
@SCOLFIELD1421 Marco isn't a SF he's a SG.
@gruelingslate Josh Howard didn't get Avery Johnson fired in Dallas. Avery got fired because he wanted to trade Dirk for Kobe. Mark Cuban wasn't having that.
@CraigThomas I like the fact you're bringing up something that is really really old. Like a person can't change. You say it would be a disgrace, but the Spurs have been wanting him to wear their jersey for the past 10 years. What is Spur-like behavior, anyway? Need not to forget Stephen Jackson. When Stephen Jackson came back do you remember how fired up the Spurs were? Pop doesn't mind guys like Jackson or Howard. Those guys are capable of helping you win games. And we all know the Spurs like winning games. I'd rather have Josh Howard than Jason Collins. Instead of thinking negatively, go look at Josh Howard basketball clips on YouTube and think about the possibility of what this guy could bring to this team. Here's one to get you started: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkEszFsvOjM
@BurkhartBrandon Stephen Jackson helped us win a championship, remember? So, if comparing Howard to Jackson, why think so negatively? Hopefully, Howard can do the same for us. He almost brought a championship to Dallas had it not been for a rigged Finals.
Turnovers and Rebounds.
1 year, 1 month ago on Despite strong effort from Baynes, Rockets rout Spurs in final preseason game
Good move. Spurs needed another SF. Hopefully, Howard can stay healthy and bring us a little bit of his back in the day Mavs self.
Preseason is where you try things out. I'm not mad at the Spurs for playing zone. At times they had success, but it was short lived thanks to turnovers and not rebounding the ball. The offense wasn't that great either. Although the offense and defense were poor Spurs still showed they could possibly come back from large deficits. Don't believe me? Re-watch that game. Our turnovers hurt us more than those 3's. It's hard to win games when you keep throwing the ball away.
1 year, 2 months ago on Preseason Running Diary: Spurs fall to LeBron-less Heat
"Rebound better." Thank You!
1 year, 2 months ago on Video: Splitter on free agency, his post game, 'The Block' and more
Horry for 3
1 year, 2 months ago on Ex-Spur Horry didn't mind getting cussed out by Popovich