Aaron Preine

  • joined Mar 04, 2009
  • last login Jul 11, 2014
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So Long and Thanks for All the Fish

I'll just come out and say it - I'm leaving. It's not you. It's me. Maybe. Yes? No. Something? Richard Jefferson? Boy, this is... Ah, this is all too complicated. Keep reading... I joined the...

DJ & PK Show - Aaron Preine on the Spurs


I joined the DJ & PK Show this morning to talk San Antonio Spurs while the Western Conference Champions continue to wait to see who their NBA Finals opponent will be.

Morning Rehash: Almost There


After a 93-86 victory at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, the San Antonio Spurs are finally back in the NBA Finals for a fifth time. The Spurs defense was excellent again but it was Tony Parker's MVP performance that led San Antonio to a series sweep.

Roundtable: Spurs on the Brink of 5th Finals Appearance


"The Spurs put the Memphis Grizzlies on the ropes in game 3, taking a commanding 3-0 lead and putting themselves one game away from their 5th NBA Finals appearance. Our experts weigh in on what the Spurs have done right to push the Grizzlies into a hole no NBA team has ever crawled out of. Our panel this week includes: Jeff Garcia (, Jesse Blanchard (, and Aaron Preine ("

Morning Rehash: U-G-L-Y


In Game Two of the Western Conference Finals, the San Antonio Spurs dropped an 18-point lead at home to the Memphis Grizzlies. Memphis was finally able to muddle a game to their style of play but the Spurs still managed a win behind Tim Duncan.

Morning Rehash: Best Served Cold


The Memphis Grizzlies were overwhelmed last night from start to finish in the 105-83 loss to San Antonio. With Sunday's dominating performance, the Spurs took one step closer towards both the NBA Finals and avenging their 2011 playoff ousting.

Morning Rehash: Within Reach


San Antonio landed a strong blow to the Warriors' title hopes last night with a dominate 109-91 victory. Thanks to the aggressive offense that finally complimented their strong defense, the Spurs are now only one win away from the Conference Finals.

Morning Rehash: A Freebie


The San Antonio Spurs got off to a hot start in Oracle Arena last night but fell short in overtime thanks to the ice cold hands of their shooters. The tied series resumes on Tuesday in the AT&T Center but can the Spurs find their rhythm in time?

Morning Rehash: Better Late Than Never


The San Antonio Spurs held home court against the young Golden State Warriors last night in what was one of the most memorable battles in Spurs playoff history.

Aaron Preine Visits Project Spurs to Discuss Spurs and Warriors


"How will the Spurs beat the Warriors? Will Coach Gregg Popovich try to out small-ball the Warriors? Can the Spurs slow down Steph Curry? Is this a situation where you let him do his damage and stop everyone else? Jeff Garcia from Project Spurs and Aaron Preine from Pounding The Rock give their thoughts and predictions on the series." - WOAI

Morning Rehash: Stepping Up


San Antonio now holds a 2-0 lead over Los Angeles after an impressive all-around performance from both the stars and role players. The Spurs' front court went punch-for-punch with LA's big men but it was Tony Parker who delivered the knockout blow.

Morning Rehash: Long Time, No See.


Despite a rough shooting night, the San Antonio Spurs looked efficient on both end of the floors for the first time in weeks. And with the Los Angeles Lakers fighting both injuries and distractions, things are looking smooth for San Antonio.

Spurs Bench Report - 4/19/13


With the 2012-13 regular season now in the rear view mirror , it's time to take one last judgmental look at the Spurs bench players and their individual performances over the final seven days.

Morning Rehash: Sad Trombone


The San Antonio Spurs ended the 2012-13 regular season with a thud last night as they dropped their third game in-a-row to the lottery-bound Minnesota Timberwolves.

Morning Rehash: Trill-less Victory


Tony Parker returned to action last night against the visiting Sacramento Kings but his return was overshadowed by the news of Boris Diaw's back surgery and the shocking release of Stephen Jackson.

Talking Spurs and NBA Playoffs with Bruce Bowen


The end of the Spurs' regular season is just around the corner but many questions still remain about team health, playoff seeding, and the stability of the Spurs role players. Bruce Bowen, took a moment with us to discuss these issues and more.

Spurs Bench Report - 4/5/13


Since last Friday, the San Antonio Spurs have gone a frustrating 2-3 and have lost Manu Ginobili for the remainder of the regular season. The bench will be tested with injuries still lingering throughout rest of the roster.

Morning Rehash: Missed Chances


San Antonio lost a crucial late-season game with important playoff implications last night to Oklahoma City. Although the Spurs fought their way back into the game after getting blitzkrieged early on, lost opportunities killed any chance of a win.

Morning Rehash: Last Laugh


The San Antonio Spurs came out flat against the short-handed Miami Heat last night, losing 88-86 after Chris Bosh hit a last second three-pointer. Today's Rehash looks at the game's ugly numbers...

Morning Rehash: Tim Duncan the Magnificent


The San Antonio Spurs found themselves in yet another nail-biter last night, this time with the visiting Los Angeles Clippers. Manu Ginobili went down with yet another injury but the other...

The Spurs Bench Report Card - 3/29/13


The San Antonio Spurs are now in the midst of a gauntlet schedule of playoff-caliber teams. Tony Parker made his much anticipated return to the starting lineup but the Spurs still needed their...

Rehash: Rockets in Flight, Free Throw Line Delight


The San Antonio Spurs took on James Harden and the Rockettes in a rare March road game appearance last night. Led by Harden's 29 points, the Rockets denied the Spurs 4th quarter comeback attempt, giving San Antonio their 17th loss of the season.

Morning Rehash: Jazz Hands


The San Antonio Spurs celebrate the return of Tony Parker with a hard fought overtime victory last night against the visiting Utah Jazz. The Jazz, who are fighting desperately for a playoff spot,...

The Spurs Bench Report Card - 3/22/13


In the 82-game grind that is the NBA season, both health and depth are paramount for plans beyond April. The Spurs have only played two games since last Friday. Players look healthier and the team's play is finally getting out of the mud.

Spurs Bench Report Card - 3/15/13


The victory over Dallas marks the end of a turbulent week for the Spurs which featured a historic home loss and an important victory immediately marred by a blowout the next day. We take a look at how the bench contributed on the roller coaster week.

Morning Rehash: Playing in Mud


The now 50-16 San Antonio Spurs managed to hold off the visiting Dallas Mavericks last night for 92-91 win. Today's Morning Rehash runs through notes and numbers from the game and visits the Spurs recent stretch of poor play.

Morning Rehash: La Noche De Los Lobos.


After defeating Oklahoma City the previous night in the AT&T Center, the San Antonio Spurs traveled up to Minneapolis to take on the Minnesota Timberwolves. Tired and depleted, the Spurs just couldn't compete with Ricky Rubio and the T-wolves.

Morning Rehash: Handed a Whoopin'


The Portland Trailblazers delivered a historic loss to the San Antonio Spurs at the AT&T Center last night. Today's rehash highlights some of the prolific numbers and share insight on some happenings prior to tip-off.

Spurs Bench Report Card - 3/8/13


We're handing out grades! Pounding the Rock is whipping out the red grading pens to keep weekly tabs on how the San Antonio Spurs bench is performing.

Morning Rehash: Lazy Saturday Edition


The San Antonio Spurs throttled the Sacramento Kings last night to the tune of 130-102 but the real story focuses on the left ankle of MVP candidate, Tony Parker. The Morning Rehash revisits the...

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