The Spurs’ JumboTron spawned an international sports trend – every professional team had to have one.
After discovering a defect in Trevor’s heart, doctors told his parents their son would never play sports. He would not even have the energy to skate.
Thursday’s game ended in a 105-94 Grizzlies victory that sets up a pivotal Game 4 on Saturday night at FedEx, where the Spurs have yet to win this season.
Kawhi Leonard scored a career playoff high 37 points on just 14 shots, and Tony Parker had a second solid game scoring 15 points.
Nobody expected the Spurs to have an easy time of it in their first-round NBA playoff series against the muck-it-up and grind-it-out defense of the Memphis Grizzlies, not even when Tony Allen, Memphis’ version of Bruce Bowen, was declared out for the series with a calf injury.
It was supposed to be a conversation about life on the basketball court after Tim Duncan. Gregg Popovich turned it into a discussion of race relations.
The ballpark is Adolph Hoffman’s second home, the place where time stops and memories roll, like a ground ball through the infield.
SAFC’s Rafa Castillo is seeking a permanent home in San Antonio after years of living the somewhat transient life of an international soccer player.
Spurs fans got a splash of cold water in their faces Wednesday when the Warriors wiped out a 22-point San Antonio lead on their way to a 110-98 victory.
Several cases working their way through the legal system have placed a national spotlight on the issue of transgender access to bathrooms. While some states have taken steps to allow access based on gender identity, many are considering legislation that restricts bathroom use by the sex assigned at birth.