Spurs coach Gregg Popovich once again registered his distaste for President Donald J. Trump at a pre-game press conference in Cleveland Saturday.
On the night he learned he will be in the starting lineup for the Western Conference All-Star team for a second straight season, Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard also discovered he may have to do even more to carry the team for the next few weeks.
Kawhi Leonard scored 34 points to lead the Spurs to a 122-114 win over Minnesota on Tuesday night, and achieved a statistical milestone in the process.
Four African-Americans among the Spurs’ early ownership group helped get David Robinson to San Antonio and, thus, shaped the franchise’s history.
Gregg Popovich said there was little that sports leagues could do to improve relations between the U.S and Mexico in aftermath of the presidential election
Saturday’s result in Mexico City was disappointing for the Spurs: a 108-105 loss to the Suns, just their fourth road loss of the season.
The Spurs never had beaten the Lakers by as many as 40 points, but did so Thursday despite Gregg Popovioch’s resting all five starters in the fourth quarter
Manu Ginobli’s last-second shot clanged off the side of the backboard, allowing the Bucks to escape the AT&T Center with a 109-107 victory.
Spurs rookie Davis Bertans authored the most efficient game of the season, scoring 21 points on only 6 shots in a 102-85 win over Charlotte.
The Spurs scored a 127-99 victory in frigid Denver behind masterful orchestration from Tony Parker, who had 21 points, 9 assists, and made 10-of-11 shots.