The year’s top story in San Antonio for this journalist is an easy call: Politics.
Former Spurs player Tim Duncan announced Tuesday the beginning of an effort to raise $500,000 for hungry San Antonio families during the holiday season, pledging to contribute two dollars for every dollar donated to the San Antonio Food Bank.
The people of St. Croix came by the thousands, some from far away, to receive an early Thanksgiving treat from their native son, Tim Duncan.
The U.S. Virgin Islands – the place where I was born and where I grew up – have been badly damaged by Hurricane Irma, and the people there are suffering.
The Spurs’ 39-11 record, second-best in the NBA, is a surprise to anyone who expected significant decline after Duncan announced his retirement last July.
Tim Duncan had to pause to keep his composure on one occasion during a heartfelt speech that lasted far longer than anyone expected.
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.
Duncan’s jersey will be raised to the rafters at the AT&T Center after the team’s Dec. 18 game against the New Orleans Pelicans.
When the Spurs practice complex off Huebner Road and Floyd Curl Drive looks like a Hollywood sound stage it can mean only one thing: H-E-B is shooting its wildly popular commercials featuring Spurs players that run through the Spurs season.
Much of San Antonio went into mourning Monday after the Spurs’ Tim Duncan quietly announced his retirement.