The Tim Duncan–Gregg Popovich era isn’t over. Despite retiring from the game in 2016, Duncan will return to the Spurs sideline as San Antonio’s newest assistant coach. Continue reading Tim Duncan Named Assistant Coach for San Antonio Spurs
The San Antonio Spurs announced on Saturday that LaMarcus Aldridge will be out indefinitely after experiencing minor heart arrhythmia. In a statement released early Saturday, the team has determined that Aldridge would be out of action “until further tests and examinations are completed.” Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich kept it short when discussing the state of the five-time All-Star forward, saying, “He’ll be out for an indefinite period of time, and that statement says everything.”
Tim Duncan has decided to retire after 19 seasons in the National Basketball Association. The power forward will be remembered as one of the all-time greats.
For the second time in NBA history, a team has climbed and kicked its way to the 70-win plateau, with the Golden State Warriors’ surprisingly easy win over the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday pushing them over the hill.
We have accused Manu Ginobili of flopping on several occasions over the years, but there’s absolutely no doubt that he did not flop on a play late in the fourth quarter against the Pelicans last night. The Spursguard got kneed in the groin by Ryan Anderson and had to be helped by Tim Duncan back into the locker room. It looked painful—and it waspainful if the outcome of the injury is any indication.
Things looked grim for the Los Angeles Clippers when Chris Paul went out with a hamstring injury late in the first quarter, but he returned not long after, and thank goodness he did.