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Wow, Skip Bayless was always consistent of his comments about Tim Tebow and the tauting of our Spurs over the year or so, but really it's real hard to argue about the stats of our team that he laid out. He is dead on. Even so, our Spurs will be tough and ready for the Lakers. Over the course of this 1st round match up with them, they'll be given by us a dose of reality that the REAL season has started. Bring them on, they want us they got us. Let's prove ESPN they are dead wrong about their predictions. In Spurs, I trust. GSG. 

1 year, 3 months ago on Bayless abandons "his" Spurs, predicts elimination in first round

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 @rtesoro440  @JeffProjectSpurs That makes his signing a low risk/high reward if they are able to sign him on the cheap. Crossing my fingers that he contributes.

1 year, 3 months ago on McGrady to Spurs

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 @rtesoro440  @ChrisCano I don't know about his corporate knowledge of the Spurs way and system since he's a very late signing. What he gives us nevertheless is another good ball handler, passer and shot creator for himself and others while Manu or to a lesser intent Tony gets all healed up. Personally, I like the sf. Mcgrady. 2g. Neal 1g. Gino combination in the second unit backcourt. There's a lot more options and combos  available to Coach Pop esp with the dismissal of Jackson and injury to Manu and Boris. At least, in the first round.

1 year, 3 months ago on McGrady to Spurs

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 @JohnAbney Really? There goes Must see TV wed.

1 year, 3 months ago on McGrady to Spurs

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 @JeffProjectSpurs I think we can infer it was Kawhi he was referring to. At first I thought it was  Red Rocket, but now I'm pretty sure it was Leonard. Lol

1 year, 3 months ago on McGrady to Spurs

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Yes, the last game of season has now become must see tv. For sure, t-mac gets some run in that  game!

1 year, 3 months ago on McGrady to Spurs

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I'm starting to lose my belief on this Spurs team. I'm embarassed.

1 year, 3 months ago on Road woes continue for Spurs in loss to Lakers

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Looking back on it, maybe the mild ankle sprain  and DNPs was Jackson's respond to all this disagreements with FO.

1 year, 3 months ago on Spurs waive Stephen Jackson

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 @Emicris Maybe the FO has a contingency plan for that. OR NOT!!! This really BLOWS.

1 year, 3 months ago on Spurs waive Stephen Jackson

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A huge blow for our toughness factor and depth at defending the likes of Durant and James. tsk tsk tsk!

1 year, 3 months ago on Spurs waive Stephen Jackson

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 @Tr3yz13 There's nothing like a Lakers troll to rile us up Spurs fans. They can try their lame efforts to no success. Parker is always a better player than Nash. Kobe is too prideful to come to terms with Lebron now being the top player in the NBA and his diminishing great player skills. Parker is young just turned 30; Nash is past his prime but still efficient and was a back to back 82 game MVP. I can't disrespect him like that but he is and has always been a defensive liability for the teams he played for. You better hope Kobe is not drained and pushed around since he lost 20 pounds in an effort to ease the wear and tear on his knees. You are gonna hate Manu if he does not play for your team for he is such a winner and big -time and big-game player. 

1 year, 11 months ago on 'The Admiral': Lakers still a few moves away from challenging Spurs | August

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Howard to Lakers - Blame it on the next Sam Presti : Rob Hennigan <- a product of the successful Spurs Brain trust. One can't help but feel pity towards what Dwight had put the Orlando Magic through the past year. "The four-team trade that sent Dwight Howard to Los Angeles is stunning. It helps everyone but the team that had the leverage, the Magic. Orlando gets role players in return without doing much to cleanse its payroll. No one is sure how high the Magic protected first-round draft picks will be, but there’s a chance not one of them will be a top-20 pick or will arrive until 2014." - Buck Harvey , SA Express News. --- THE RICH JUST GOT RICHER. THE NBA IS NOT ABOUT PARITY AND FAIR COMPETITION. AS IF IT HAS NOT BECOME ONE INCREASINGLY OVER THE YEARS. WITH THIS DEAL YET AGAIN, THE NBA HAS BECOME A BUSINESS. A PURE BASKETBALL FAN IS BETTER OFF WATCHING AND SUPPORTING COLLEGE AND FIFA BASKETBALL. I'M THOROUGHLY DONE.

1 year, 11 months ago on Can the Spurs compete with the new Lakers? | August

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James Harden, the shrewd operator, clearly flopped on that Ginobili play. He is a good player who is fast becoming one of the best floppers in the NBA. Throw-in the vintage Derek Fisher, a master flopper himself too, who flopped on a Duncan legal screen in middle of fourth. That was a blown call, too. Stephen Jackson shouldn't get a technical for congratulating himself. That's a free point given to the Thunder during the third. Durant was given the superstar call on a Ginobili drive that was called a charge. He didn't get there in time. He leaned his body to create contact with Manu. A 4 point lead stayed that same without the possible 3 point play. Phantom foul on Parker on Westbrook lay up when he clearly fall down by himself. Holding fouls called to Jackson when he tries to guard Iceberg Slim. Goaltending calls not called on Serge Ibaka blocks. Officiating in these series clearly had the officials influence in it. Without a doubt, it puts the integrity of the games in serious doubt.Like the NBA is a Fixed League. This series is a great example of conspiracies in the NBA.

2 years, 1 month ago on Video: ESPN's Bayless, Legler get heated over referee's calls made in Game 6 of WCF | June

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"Cuban's current team has a lot to do with the Spurs' success this season. As I wrote in my season review, it was the loss to the Mavericks that willed this Spurs team to finish the season so strongly and find a team identity for themselves. The Spurs were 12-9 when they played and lost to the Mavericks in overtime on January 29, they would finish the season 38-7 the rest of the way because that loss built cohesiveness and confidence in their bench, that has carried them to the number one seed in the Western Conference." <---- The best paragraph from Paul Garcia's excellent article here in ProjectSpurs ... I enjoyed reading this the most about our strong regular season campaign in 2012.

2 years, 3 months ago on Mark Cuban says no team was impressive, including Spurs | April

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Wall-ay is a dimwit who says our Spurs are new parts in an old car and boring that he could care less if we win the Title. Well, well true Spurs fans are red blooded consumers too and that's bad PR on his part, oh wait ... he's a nobody who got famous around DC as a third rate Rapper who also now has a recording contract but that's where your gravy train stops homey. I'm from Virginia and never heard of your big talent. Wall-ay. Wall-E the Pixar Robot is more like you. Clearly , the fool is a casual NBA watcher and knows little to no NBA basketball.

2 years, 3 months ago on Video: ESPN asks if Spurs will win the west | April

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 @rtesoro440  @JohnAbney  @Zedekiel That was an inspired game played by Bynum, Gasol, Blake and especially Meta last night. But to claim that the Lakers have a great bench is ludicrous. Their bench is mediocre. Murphy, Eubanks, McRoberts. Gimme a break, man. Good news that we have another game tonight vs another elite frontline. Against the Lakers, 2 more to be played for a change of strategy and improved focus and effort. Last night was atypical of how we played all season long. Just a bad game all around. 

2 years, 3 months ago on No Kobe, no problem for Lakers in rout of Spurs | April

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