Tag Archives: Manu Ginobili

Stern Fining Spurs Could Become Quite Costly For NBA Teams

Long before David Stern became the Commissioner of the Association, he went to law school, passed the bar and was a practicing attorney for many years. One would rationalize that with his background as an attorney, that he would think … Continue reading

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Spurs Battle Past Thunder 101-98 To Take 1-0 Series Lead

If game one of the Western Conference Finals is a true sign of the rest of this series; than the match-up between the San Antonio Spurs and the Oklahoma City Thunder will keep fans of the Association glued to their televisions … Continue reading

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Spurs Rebound From Bad Start Beat Clippers 96-86, Lead Series 3-0

The San Antonio Spurs could wrap up their Western Conference semi-final series against the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday at the Staples Center, as they bounced back from a double-figure deficit at the conclusion of the first quarter on Saturday … Continue reading

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Duncan Racks Up Double-Double As Spurs Spank Clippers 108-92

At the age of 36, San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan can no longer reach the heights consistently that he could five years ago; however as he demonstrated to the Los Angeles Clippers Tuesday night at the AT&T Center, he … Continue reading

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Spurs Hold On To Beat Jazz 87-81, Sweep First Round Series

The top seeded team in the Western Conference, the San Antonio Spurs completed the first of their Post Season goals on Monday night; proving to themselves and the rest of the Association that they would not suffer the same fate as … Continue reading

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Will It Be Another Finals Appearance, Or A First Round Exit For The San Antonio Spurs?

  A well-known watch manufacturer used to use the phrase “They take a licking, but they keep on ticking” to emphasize its product’s durability; that description could be aptly applied to the San Antonio Spurs who once again are leading the Western … Continue reading

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Spurs Lose Ginobili And Splitter To Injuries In Win Over Clippers

The San Antonio Spurs won their tenth straight game as they topped the Los Angeles Clippers 103-100  in an overtime game at the Staples Center on Saturday; however the mood was not a festive one in the Spurs locker room … Continue reading

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Manu To Have Surgery On Broken Hand Thursday, Will Miss 6-8 Weeks

San Antonio Spurs starting guard Manu Ginobili will be on the sidelines for the next six to eight weeks after he has surgery on Thursday to repair the fifth metacarpal on his left hand. Ginobili suffered the injury Monday night … Continue reading

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Manu Breaks Left Hand Against T-Wolves, Spurs Veteran On The Shelf For Next Few Weeks

The San Antonio Spurs suffered two losses on Monday night as they played the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Target Center; one far more critical than the other. They would lose their second game of the young season to the improving … Continue reading

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Spurs Control Both Ends Of Floor, Clobber Clippers 115-90

The Los Angeles Clippers proved that they are mere mortals after all on Wednesday night when the Spurs welcomed them to San Antonio and proceeded to show them how tough the Association truly is; trouncing their visitors 115-90. There are teams … Continue reading

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