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He's just jealous that the small-market SA team has enjoyed more success than the money-loaded Dallas Mavericks. And besides, without San Antonio and its history (battle of the Alamo), Texas and Dallas, would probably not be in existence.

9 months, 1 week ago on Mark Cuban bashes SA's famed River Walk... again

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Even if he wanted to stay with SA, it was obvious the Spurs would have no re-signed him anyway. Belinelli ended up being a great addition.

12 months ago on Gary Neal Finding Grass Isn’t Always Greener

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Bowen had the luxury of having Tim Duncan at his peak anchoring the team defense. This is no dig at Bruce, he was a great defender in his own right. What Kawhi has done in two years is remarkable, but he has still got a long way to go before he reaches Bowen's defensive reputation. Even if LeBron struggled in the finals, he still scored too many points in crunch time and grabbed too many rebounds under Kawhi's watch. Not sure if Bowen would have allowed this to happen.

1 year ago on Popovich says Kawhi is better than Bowen

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Batum made a mistake and apologized. If we're willing to forgive SA for that dumb Halloween prank, then surely Batum deserves the same. 

1 year ago on Tim Duncan Not Amused with Nic Batum’s Last Second Heave

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Love Splitter but man, he has an ugly hook shot!

1 year ago on Predicting the Spurs player rotation

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Doesn't matter. We could have also lost game 5 in Miami under the new format. Game 6 would have been the chance to avoid elimination

1 year, 1 month ago on NBA Looking to Change NBA Finals Format

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I don't think he would've matured by 28 years in the space of 6 months. Once the going gets tough or he doesn't get his way, he'll revert to his true self.

1 year, 1 month ago on Will Rockets with Dwight Howard be a problem for Spurs?

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Kawhi will make the All-Star team this year. Mark my words

1 year, 1 month ago on What kind of impact will Kawhi Leonard have this season?

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Parker has set a new category of point guards - a system PG. He's very robotic in his execution of the offense and plays well within his limits. He usually makes the correct decision and the Spurs offense is beautiful to watch as the offense starts with him.

1 year, 2 months ago on Gary Payton: Tony Parker is one of the few true point guards in the NBA

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Makes me wonder why no team wants to train with the 2x defending champions. Spurs are a champion organization, with or without the trophy. Pure class.

1 year, 2 months ago on Budenholzer has Hawks players train with Spurs

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Dallas will at least be the worst team in Texas, and possibly the South West Division with the rise of the Pelicans

1 year, 3 months ago on Mavs' Mark Cuban: What DeJuan Blair will do to Spurs will be beautiful

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Think Kobe Bryant would ever give away his trade secrets? Didn't think so either. Tim Duncan is good for the game, on and off the court.

1 year, 3 months ago on Hibbert trains with Duncan, thanks Spurs

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Green has come a long way since losing the OKC in the 2012 WCF. If he can be more consistent and work on the dribble, he'll be a much dangerous player on both ends of the court

1 year, 3 months ago on Danny Green: My life has changed since NBA Finals

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Imagine a front line of Duncan, Splitter and a healthy Oden. Spurs haven't enjoyed something like that since Robinson retired.

1 year, 3 months ago on Report: Oden to make decision this weekend

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This guy can continue the trend of Spurs respectable superstars. From Gervin to Robinson to Duncan and now Kawhi. Spurs fans are so spoiled with the talent they keep unearthing. The guy needs a nickname aside from Kah-wow. I hope the nickname 'Kal-El' (KL) catches on.

1 year, 3 months ago on Video: Kawhi Leonard highlight mix

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Of course he's the best. Who else can carry their team into the playoff while wearing a suit and tie and from the bench?

1 year, 3 months ago on Derrick Rose Declares Himself to be NBA’s Best Player

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Low risk, high reward kind of player. Would be an ideal fit in SA where he can get tutoring from one of the greatest big men of all time and provide solid backup minutes to Splitter. Pop would ease him into the rotation to not put pressure on those knees and he would flourish in a system that depends on great ball movement and sound defense. Spurs would be deep in all positions if we manage to get him

1 year, 4 months ago on Spears: Greg Oden to make free agent decision next week

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Spurs would have folded or relocated away from SA if not for good fortune

1 year, 9 months ago on Pitino regrets coaching the Celtics because they didn't get Duncan

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