SAN ANTONIO- Spurs Kawhi Leonard may be done playing for the Spurs. According to a report on www.mysanantonio.com, there is increasing speculation that Leonard will want to be traded to the New York Knicks, Philadelphia 76ers, Los Angeles Lakers or Los Angeles Clippers. Leonard only played nine games last season due to an injury. He averaged 16.2 points in the nine games. He averaged 25.2 points in the 2016-2017 season.
Memphis Grizzlies Try and Avoid Second Blowout, Still lose 96-82 The Memphis Grizzlies could not get anything going as they gave Game 2 to the San Antonio Spurs, losing 96-82. The Spurs relied greatly on the team's ability to 3-point shoot, and of course, superstar Kawhi Leonard. Leonard had a post-season career high of 37 points and 11 rebounds in last night's game, which lifted them past Memphis yet again
Memphis Grizzlies Lose Steam After First Half, Gets Clobbered 111-82 The San Antonio Spurs pummeled the Memphis Grizzlies 111-82 in the opening round of the playoffs as the Gasol brothers faced off. Kawhi Leonard paved the way for the Spurs with an outstanding 32 points coupled with three rebounds and five assists. Also leading the way was LaMarcus Aldridge with 20 points, six rebounds, and two assists. The Grizzlies retaliated with
How passionate are you about the San Antonio Spurs? Are you reading articles or listening as some commentator rips your team's performance? The Spurs once again have a title contender with players such as LaMarcus Aldridge, Pau Gasol, and Kawhi Leonard. How do you feel about being a voice that gets to write about your favorite team? There is no quota to meet. You can write as much as you want. We
According to NBA Rumors, The San Antonio Spurs and LaMarcus Aldridge may be going through a little marital rift. I can't say I didn't see this coming. Aldridge was the star over in Portland but Damian Lillard, being the younger of the two was given the keys to the team while Aldridge was forced out. To be honest, Aldridge wasn't pushed out, he felt disrespected and decided to look elsewhere.
The NBA season will be underway in less than a month with Training Camp starting at the end of September. The San Antonio Spurs have made improvements and lost one of the best players in NBA history but still have a rosater capable of winning the title. There are many questions that will surround the Spurs all season but with the start of camp approaching, let's dive into what the
The San Antonio Spurs must make a decision, and they must make it by the start of the 2016-17 season. With Tim Duncan gone, the original Big 3 is now down to two, but even those two are on the decline. Manu Ginobili thought hard about retiring, then was on the ropes when deciding between the Spurs and the Philadelphia 76ers. Yes, those 76ers, he was ready to move on from
The San Antonio Spurs may have pulled a fast one on the NBA this offseason. While the world was watching the Kevin Durant and Golden State Warriors saga unfold, the Spurs may have pulled off the biggest signing in free agency. It started with a dismal playoff performance, then the worry if Tim Duncan would retire or not but the Spurs front office knew, they knew Duncan was done, he
He was different when he was a teenager while at Wake Forest University. No matter when he decided to come out of school he was destined to be the #1 pick but Tim Duncan was different. Duncan wanted to stay, not an extra year, but another two. He wanted to stay a kid for as long as he could, and while we cursed his decision we would only come to
After Durant picked him team the rest were sure to follow. Per Reports from The Vertical, Pau Gasol will agree on a 2yr/$30M deal with the San Antonio Spurs. With Tim Duncan leaning towards retirement this will be a great pickup for San Antonio. Gasol last played for the Chicago Bulls last season but with the departure of Derrick Rose, coupled with his age Gasol wasn't up for another rebuild.