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San Antonio Spurs 2014 News and Updates
6/11/14 - With a big first quarter, and a big game from forward Kawhi Leonard, the San Antonio Spurs claimed Game 3 of the NBA Finals in Miami, 111-92. The Miami Heat could only manage to outscore the Spurs in one quarter – the third – as San Antonio grabbed a huge 16 point lead in the first quarter, and from there never looked back. Leonard was the offensive star of the game with a game-high 29 points, plus four rebounds, a pair of assists, another pair of steals, and a pair of blocked shots. The Spurs also got important contributions from Tony Parker and Danny Green (15 points each), Tim Duncan (14 points, six rebounds), and Manu Ginobili (11 points off the bench). As a team, the Spurs hit on nearly 60% of their shots (59.4%) for the game, with an advantage on fast break points as well (12-4). Game 4 is in Miami, then the action returns to San Antonio over the weekend.
6/9/14 - The air conditioning unit that failed right before tipoff of Game 1 has been fixed. But now do the San Antonio Spurs need some fixing? The Spurs were unable to hold down a cramp-free LeBron James, who exploded for 35 points and led the Miami Heat to victory in Game 2, 98-96. Unlike in Game 1, the Spurs only got double-digit performances from just three players – Tony Parker, who had 21 points and seven assists; Manu Ginobili, who tossed in 19 points coming off the bench; and Tim Duncan, who had the only double-double (his second of the series), of 18 points and 15 rebounds. Another reserve, Boris Diaw, contributed 10 rebounds, seven points and five assists. Action moves to south Florida for the next two games, Tuesday and Thursday of this week.
6/6/14 - They report that the air-conditioning unit at the AT&T Center that failed during Game 1 of the NBA Finals has been fixed. But the damage has been done, as the San Antonio spurs managed to keep their cool in a suddenly sweltering arena to grab a 1-0 lead over defending champions Miami, 110-95. The visiting Heat were without their main man for much of the key fourth quarter, as LeBron James found himself completely gassed from the higher temperatures, and eventually had to be carried off the court by teammates suffering from severe cramping in his legs – still, LBJ collected 25 points as the visitors’ top scorer. Four Spurs starters – Tim Duncan (21, team high), Tony Parker (19), Tiago Splitter (14) and Danny Green (13), plus sixth man Manu Ginobili (16) scored in double figures for the Spurs, with Duncan’s 10 rebounds and Ginobili’s 11 assists giving them both double-doubles for the night. Boris Diaw also contributed 10 boards and six assists off the bench, and Parker handed out eight assists.
6/4/14 - With the start of the NBA Finals just around the corner, the San Antonio Spurs are making sure every weapon at their disposal is available for the coming battle – including guard Tony Parker, who is battling nagging nicks (including a sprained ankle) but has pronounced himself ready to play for Game 1, he said to a French radio station. The oddsmakers have the Spurs as a slight favorite ahead of the opening game, reversing the odds initially posted at the beginning of the season, and in Game 1 specifically, the Spurs are 4 ½ point favorites, up from 3 ½ points at the beginning of the month. Parker was the only Spurs player named to an all-NBA team, earning a nod as all-league second team. Interesting stat of the week: The Spurs have nine international players on their playoff roster, representing six countries (Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, and Italy) and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
6/3/14 - It’s a rematch of last year’s NBA Finals, the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat. It’s the sixth time in Spurs history that the team has played for the league championship, and the first rematch in back to back years since the Chicago Bulls and Utah Jazz met in 1997 and 1998. Obviously the Spurs are hoping to avoid duplicating last season’s result, when they extended the Heat to seven games – but unlike last season, the Spurs have the benefit of being the team with the best overall record in the league, and thus home court advantage in the NBA Finals. Team scoring leader Tony Parker has increased his output from the regular season (16.7 ppg) to the postseason (17.2 ppg) while being a little more selfish (5.7 regular season vs. 4.9 postseason assists per game). Veteran Tim Duncan’s numbers in rebounding (9.7/8.9) and blocks (1.9/1.4) per game have fallen slightly from the postseason, but still lead the team. Game 1 of the Finals starts on Thursday, June 5 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio.
5/28/14 - Everybody who played in Game 4 for the San Antonio Spurs scored – it’s just that they didn’t score enough, falling for the second time on the road in Oklahoma City, this time by a 105-92 count. While all 13 Spurs scored, just four – starters Tony Parker (14) and Kawhi Leonard (10), and reserves Boris Diaw (14) and Cory Joseph (11) broke into double figures. Diaw collected a double-double, pulling down 10 rebounds to go along with his points. As a team, the Spurs shooting was well off the percentages they had in San Antonio; in Game 4 alone, the team made just 39.8% of their shots, and had just 17 assists. The Spurs will definitely be looking forward to getting back to the AT&T Center in San Antonio, if the results are any indication; and Game 5 is coming up.
5/23/14 - The domination continues for the San Antonio Spurs. Although the scoring in the paint wasn’t as dominant as in Game 1, the overall score – a 112-77 blowout – was much more severe. San Antonio’s defense held Oklahoma City’s two main scorers to 15 points each, while Tony Parker had a game-high 22 points to go along with five assists, and Danny Green added 21 points, including seven three-pointers. Tim Duncan notched a double-double of 14 points and 12 rebounds, as well as a pair of blocks; Tiago Splitter nearly had a double-double, scoring nine points and pulling down 10 boards, plus three blocks. As noted, the Spurs advantage on points in the paint (54-42) was down from Game 1, but the rebounding advantage (53-38) was significant, as was the disparity in shooting; the Spurs hit exactly 50% of their shots from the field, while Oklahom City could manage just 39.3%. The series now shifts to Oklahoma City for Game 3 on Sunday.
5/20/14 - A key Oklahoma City player was missing from their lineup, and surely enough, the San Antonio Spurs took notice, making 67% of their shots in the paint and 57.5% overall en route to claiming a 122-105 victory in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals. OKC’s Serge Ibaka, as was noted in a story on the data-journalism site FiveThirtyEight, is normally one of the most effective rim defenders in the NBA; however, he is out for the rest of the playoffs due to a calf injury suffered in Game 6 of the previous round, and the Spurs took full advantage, to the tune of a 66-32 advantage in points in the paint. Tim Duncan led the way for the Spurs, with 27 points and seven rebounds; Manu Ginobili added 18 points off the bench; while Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green each contributed 16 points, and Tony Parker had a double-double of 14 points and 12 assists.
5/16/14 - For the third straight season, the San Antonio Spurs find themselves in the Western Conference finals, just four wins away from the NBA Finals. After failing to sweep Portland with a 103-92 loss in Oregon, the Spurs returned to San Antonio and finished off business with a 104-82 win over the Trail Blazers. Although Tony Parker played just 10 minutes, backup Patty Mills filled in admirably, scoring 18 points along with three rebounds, three steals, a pair of assists, and a blocked shot. Leading scorers for the Spurs were Danny Green and Kawhi Leonard, who each contributed 22 points; Green added nine rebounds to his stat line, while Leonard pulled down seven rebounds, and five steals. Tim Duncan chipped in 16 points and eight rebounds.
5/12/14 - With one more win, the San Antonio Spurs will advance to the Western Conference finals for the third consecutive time, and the eighth time since the 2000-01 season. In the second round against Portland, the Spurs are averaging 116 points per game, while holding the Trail Blazers to just a fraction over 97 points per game. Guard Tony Parker has been the driving force behind the Spurs effort; over the three games in the series, the French international is averaging 26 points per game, and has been the Spurs’ leading scorer in Games 1 and 3. San Antonio is also getting great play from Kawhi Leonard and Tim Duncan, as well as key contributions off the bench from Manu Ginobili and Marco Belinelli.
5/9/14 - After a difficult first round series with Dallas, the San Antonio Spurs had a much easier time with their next opponent, claiming Game 1 of their second round series with Portland 116-92. Tony Parker had a huge game for the Spurs, collecting 33 points, nine assists, and three rebounds; while reserve guard Marco Belinelli provided a boost of 19 points off the bench. Tim Duncan, the wily veteran, notched a double-double of 12 points and 11 rebounds plus a pair of blocked shots, while Kawhi Leonard nearly matched his effort, adding in 16 points and nine rebounds, as well as four steals. As a team, the Spurs shot 50.6% from the field, against Portland’s 37.8%.
5/6/14 - Even though fellow Southwest Division rivals Dallas stretched them to a Game 7, the San Antonio Spurs made sure the final result wasn’t even close, eliminating the Mavericks with a series-clinching 119-96 victory over the weekend. Tony Parker’s 32 points, Manu Ginobili contributing 20 points off the bench, and three other players – Danny Green (16 points), Kawhi Leonard and Tim Duncan (15 points each) ensured the Spurs were never challenged; they led 68-46 at halftime and increased their lead further in the third quarter. Next up for the Spurs will be the somewhat surprising Portland Trail Blazers, who took just six games to eliminate San Antonio’s other Texas rival, Houston.
4/28/14 - This has not been a good postseason first round for top seeds in the NBA so far – both Indiana in the East and the San Antonio Spurs in the West have found themselves in pitched battles with low seeded opposition. The Spurs find themselves down two games to one to West eighth seed Dallas in their series, with “Vinsanity” making a return to the headlines after the Mavs’ Vince Carter dropped a winning trey on the Spurs. Where has the difference maker been? The San Antonio Express-News opines that less than stellar contributions from San Antonio’s bench could be the culprit. Normally a strength, the newspaper reported head coach Gregg Popovich as saying, “Our bench has to give us something.”
4/21/14 - It was a classic performance by the West’s top seed, the San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs used a 15-0 run late in the game to come away with a 90-85 victory in Game 1 of their first round series with the Dallas Mavericks. Veteran Spurs big man Tim Duncan, with 27 points and seven rebounds, played like a younger version of him, while Tony Parker collected 21 points, six assists, a steal and a blocked shot. Manu Ginobili came off the bench to make a major contribution of 17 points, six rebounds, three assists and a steal, while Kawhi Leonard notched a double-double of 11 points and 10 rebounds. The Spurs also dominated as a squad in the paint, outscoring Dallas 56-32.
4/15/14 - It’s the San Antonio Spurs’ league, everybody else just plays in it. The Spurs clinched the top record in not only the Western Conference, but in the entire NBA, knocking off Phoenix to notch their 62nd win of the season. Neither Tim Duncan nor Manu ginobili were even on the bench for the game, which featured a 33-point outburst from Danny Green, which included 7 of 10 from three point land. Starters Kawhi Leonard and tony Parker each notched 18 points; bench contributions came from Marco Belinelli (12 points), Boris Diaw (11 points, eight rebounds, six assists, two steals), and Jeff Ayres (10 rebounds and a pair of blocked shots). This marks the fifth time since coming over from the ABA that the Spurs have broken the 60-win mark in a season; their franchise record is 63, set in the 2005-06 season.
4/8/14 - After reeling off 19 straight wins, the San Antonio Spurs finally dropped a game – but it took big nights for Oklahoma City’s stars, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, to get it done, as the Spurs fell 106-94 on the road. However, San Antonio bounced back strongly, knocking off Memphis 112-92 over the weekend. Starter Kawhi Leonard and reserve Manu Ginobili each scored 26 points, while Tim Duncan contributed 13 points and Tony Parker 10 in the bounceback win. Parker would leave the game in the first quarter, however, with back spasms; he was slated to undergo an MRI on April 7, according to the San Antonio Express-News.
3/31/14 - Winners of 17 straight, the San Antonio Spurs have picked the absolute best time of the season to peak. Granted, four of the last five games for San Antonio have been against the likes of Philadelphia, Denver (twice) and most recently New Orleans, who the Spurs defeated 96-80 over the weekend. Spurs scoring in that game came from several players, most notably Marco Belinelli, who rang up 18 points; Kawhi Leonard and Manu Ginobili (in a reserve role, with 15 points each; another reserve, Patty Mills, chipped in 13; while veteran Tim Duncan – who is said to be taking retirement “game by game” according to the Fansided website – adding a dozen points along with eight rebounds and four rejections.
3/24/14 - Owners now of the best record in the NBA at 53-16 – and a winning streak now at 13 games and counting – the San Antonio Spurs became the first Western Conference squad to lock up a playoff spot. Their most recent win, 99-90 at Golden State, came without the appearance of either Tim Duncan or Manu Ginobili; Tony Parker led the way with 20 points, while center Tiago Splitter combined 17 points and 14 rebounds; Danny Green added 18 points, Kawhi Leonard added 16, and Marco Belinelli contributed 15 points in the Spurs’ winning effort. Leonard also had seven rebounds and a pair of blocked shots.
3/18/14 - San Antonio extended their current winning streak to 10 games this past weekend, second in length only to the Los Angeles Clippers at the moment, with seven team members exploding for double-digit scoring in a 122-106 dismantling of Utah on Sunday. Leading the scoring attack was Manu Ginobili, whose 21 points off the bench was a team high; Ginobili’s effort was joined by a pair of fellow internationals: Tony Parker’s 18 points and seven assists, and Tiago Splitter’s double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds. Tim Duncan contributed 16 points, six rebounds, six assists, a pair of blocked shots and a steal in an all-around effort.
3/13/14 - Now the owners of the best record in the NBA, a game ahead of Oklahoma City and Indiana, the San Antonio Spurs also have a winning streak which stands at eight games after their 103-90 win over Portland on March 12. The Spurs got balanced scoring with six players breaking double figures against the Trail Blazers – Patty Mills led the way off the bench with 15; Danny Green with 14; another reserve, veteran Manu Ginobili with 13; Thiago Splitter and Kawhi Leonard with 12 each (Splitter also had 10 boards); and Tim Duncan, who added 10 points and 11 rebounds to the Spurs’ victorious effort.
3/7/14 - Just how thorough were the San Antonio Spurs in their 122-101 victory over Cleveland earlier in the week? Coach Gregg Popovich managed to get every active player on the Spurs bench some playing time; every Spur had at least one rebound; and all but one of the Spurs scored – the only player not to score was reserve center Jeff Ayres. Danny Green led the Spurs’ scoring attack with 24 points. Veteran center Tim Duncan cleared eight boards, moving him past Hall of Famer Wes Unseld into 11th place on the list of most rebounds in a career. Defensively, the Spurs held Cleveland to just five points in the paint for the game.
2/28/14 - San Antonio has gotten some good news on the injury front in the last few days, as forward Kawhi Leonard returned to action in the Spurs’ 120-110 dismantling of Detroit earlier in the week; and All Star guard Tony Parker is expected to be back in the Spurs lineup “no later than Sunday,” coach Gregg Popovich told the San Antonio Express-News newspaper. No fewer than eight Spurs rung up double figures in scoring over the Pistons, led by Marco Belinelli’s 20 coming off the bench, Manu Ginobili’s 16, and Leonard’s 15 point contribution. Veteran Tim Duncan led the Spurs with 9 boards.
2/20/14 - San Antonio, riding high in the West standings, made a single minor deal at the NBA’s trading deadline on February 20, sending guard Nando de Colo to Toronto for lightly-used forward Austin Daye. Daye, a 6’11” Gonzaga product, had only appeared in eight games for the Raptors, averaging just a point a game. Also in off the court news, guard Tony Parker is expected to be out “with a variety of maladies,” according to coach Gregg Popovich, as reported by ESPN. Parker played in last weekend’s All Star Game as a reserve, collecting four points, two rebounds and an assist in 11 minutes of playing time for the West.
2/10/14 - The San Antonio Spurs got help from a surprising source over the weekend while sneaking by the Charlotte Bobcats: 32 points, including 18 in the fourth quarter, from the Australian Patty Mills. While Tim Duncan and Tony Parker were back in the lineup for the Spurs, it would become clear by the fourth quarter that Parker was still feeling the effects of back spasms. Mills would step up for the Spurs; saying after the game that it reminded him of playing for the Australian national team in the 2012 Olympics.
2/3/14 - Every year the San Antonio Spurs get written off before the season starts because of the advancing age of many of their key players…but apparently the Spurs aren’t listening to the naysayers. The Spurs continue to have one of the top records in the entire league, standing second in the Western Conference just three games back of the pacesetting Oklahoma City Thunder. The Spurs are winning with equal parts grit, guts, and luck as well, escaping an upset bid by the Sacramento Kings on February 1 95-93 at AT&T Center.
1/21/14 - The San Antonio Spurs may have a stranglehold over the Southwest Division with a four game lead, but they are just one game ahead of Portland, who is nipping at their heels for the Western Conference’s No. 1 seed. Still, MVP candidate Tony Parker and the Spurs are playing at an elite level, achieving a glimmering 32-9 record and losing just two games thus far this year. This Friday will present an interesting match: former Spur’s assistant coach Mike Budenholzer will meet his old boss, Gregg Popovich, in his first year as head coach for the Atlanta Hawks. Tickets are an affordable $38 for this road game in Atlanta on 1/24. From there, the Spurs move onto Eastern Conference juggernauts, the Heat, for a possible play-off preview game as they try and send Miami further into a skid; this game offers the most expensive San Antonio Spurs tickets, at $104 to start and running up to $5975 for coveted courtside seats. At home San Antonio will take on the OKC Thunder toting MVP-worthy Kevin Durant tomorrow (get-in for just $12) and the Chicago Bulls next Wednesday (get-in for a mere $4 on 1/29).
5/13/13 - San Antonio finished off the young Memphis Grizzlies on Monday night, sweeping the 4-game Western Conference Semifinals series. Tony Parker led the team with 37 points in the Game 4 win, and with Duncan and Ginóbili supporting him, the San Antonio Spurs could add another NBA title in June. San Antonio will play the winner of the Heat vs Pacers Eastern Conference Semifinals series. Miami leads 2-1 with Game 4 tonight in Indianapolis. As of this morning Spurs tickets to the first NBA Finals home game in San Antonio at AT&T Center start at $186 and average $545.90. Read more about the latest NBA Finals price trends on our tickets blog.
3/22/13 - The San Antonio Spurs expect their leading scorer, Tony Parker, back Friday against the Utah Jazz after being out for eight games with a sprained ankle. The Spurs won six of eight without Parker and have secured a playoff berth. Despite sitting atop the Western Conference, San Antonio Spurs tickets are second cheapest in the League for the remainder of the season. The most expensive games left on the Spurs schedule are against the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Clippers. Cheap tickets are not just for lottery teams - aside from the Heat and Clippers, all remaining Spurs home games have tickets listed at $2 or less.
2/21/13 - Last season the San Antonio Spurs won 50 games in the shortened season, tying the Chicago Bulls for the best record in the NBA. They also broke the record for the longest winning streak extending into the playoffs. Can "The Big 3" — Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili — make a late push this year despite the fact that the NBA has cracked down on Coach Popovich's habit of resting his guys whenever he pleases? The good news for the spurs: Tony Parker is posting the best numbers of his career, Tim Duncan looks better than he has in years, and the team has the best record in the NBA heading out of the All-Star break. Things are looking bright for the Spurs as the postseason approaches.
Despite San Antonio's success, Spurs tickets are seventh cheapest in the NBA, averaging just $61 to see a game at AT&T Center. In fact, every Spurs game has had tickets less than $20 available. The Miami Heat, Los Angeles Lakers, and
Oklahoma City Thunder are the three most expensive road teams in the League (in that order). When these high-profile teams play the Spurs in San Antonio, tickets for the games average $157, $152, and $107 respectively. That's much lower than Miami’s, Los Angeles’, and OKC's average away ticket prices of $237, $232, and $178.
The remainder of the Spurs schedule is not easy but they do finish the regular season against three of four teams currently with losing records. In the tougher of two Conferences, the San Antonio Spurs are in pursuit of their fifth NBA Championship.
San Antonio Spurs 2013-2014 Season
Expected to be in the mix to defend their Western Conference title, the Spurs have started the season 4-1. Leader Tim Duncan has been bothered by chest contusions, but his dependable teammates have continued to play smart Spurs basketball, picking up wins against the Grizzlies, Lakers, Nuggets and Suns. Coach Popovich was recently voted the league’s best at making in-game adjustments which has already been showcased five games into the season. He runs one of the best offenses in the NBA, and is respected league-wide especially by his veteran players. While the Spurs roster didn’t see any major changes this offseason, ticket prices did. San Antonio Spurs tickets are up 128% since last year but are still under the league average and ninth cheapest in the NBA.
The Spurs hope for another shot to win the NBA Championship after being just seconds away from victory in Game 6 against the Heat. While the core of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili will be another year older, coach Greg Popovich can expect improvement from emerging star Kawhi Leonard and promising Brazilian big-man Tiago Splitter. The 2013-14 season opener comes on 10/30 at home in a Western Conference Final rematch against the Grizzlies. If the starters play, the Spurs will have a chance at revenge against the Heat in Miami on 1/26 and at home at the AT&T Center on 3/6.