There was a Christmas miracle at AT&T Center Sunday, but most of ABC-TV’s viewers of the Spurs 119-100 win over the Chicago Bulls likely missed it.
Spurs fans got a televised peek at the post-Big Three era during a 110-90 Friday night win over the Trail Blazers at Portland’s Moda Center.
After a 106-101 loss to the Clippers, just the second in their last 11 games Spurs still have second-best record in both the Western Conference and the NBA.
One of the WNBA’s pioneer players has been named head coach of the San Antonio Stars, the club announced on Thursday.
This game, the Spurs admitted, felt different, especially when players walked onto the court and saw No. 21 T-shirts draped over every seat in the arena.
Tim Duncan had to pause to keep his composure on one occasion during a heartfelt speech that lasted far longer than anyone expected.
On a sad day for the NBA, the Spurs won another basketball game, beating the Phoenix Suns, 107-92 and pushing their record to 21-4, second-best in the NBA.
Bets are on for how long Tim Duncan will speak when his No. 21 jersey is raised to the AT&T Center rafters after the Spurs vs. Pelicans game Sunday night.
Only once in franchise history have the Spurs gotten off to a better start in their first 25 games than this season’s reconstituted version.
Everything you need to know about the Spurs’ 130-101 dismantling of the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday was contained in one 30-second stretch of the 2nd quarter.