Aaron Preine

  • joined Mar 04, 2009
  • last login Jul 11, 2014
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Road Rehash: Rolling Down Rodeo


On national broadcast and with the two early season losses to the Clippers in the back of their minds, the Spurs proved once again that they're a force to be reckoned with.

Road Rehash: Of Kings and Pawns


Tony Parker continued with his brilliant play despite some rough spots, leading the Silver and Black to their 43rd win of the season. Today's Road Rehash looks over the game again and the ongoing...

Keep the Passion: An Interview with Patty Mills

San Antonio Spurs point guard and Australia's favorite son, Patty Mills, sat down with Pounding the Rock to discuss his love for both charity and those who helped him.

Road Rehash: Spurs Get Rocked in Detroit


Last night the Spurs revisited the Palace at Auburn Hills hoping to keep the winning streak alive in the absence of Duncan and Ginobili. Instead they get throttled by a young Detroit Pistons team...

Road Trip Report: Spurs take care of Timberwolves


1st edition of the Morning Rehash: Rodeo Road Trip Über Deluxe Special. Or, better yet, the Road Rehash. The San Antonio Spurs first stop on their annual excursion was in the frozen city of...

Morning Rehash: It's Tony's Show.


Sunday's quick rehash takes a look at Parker's accomplishments this season and runs through notes and numbers from the final home game before the Rodeo Road Trip. The Washington Wizards came into...

Morning Rehash: "Worst Vs First" plus an Aussie.


Coming off a few days of rest, the San Antonio Spurs attempt to sharpen their tools for the upcoming Rodeo Road Trip. With three big men scratched from the game day roster, eager Spurs fans also...

Can the Spurs have a perfect rodeo road trip?


Aaron Preine joins Jeff Garcia and Paul Garcia from Project Spurs to talk Rodeo Road Trip and the All-Star game.

Morning Rehash: Warriors... Come Out to Plaaay...


Tim Duncan is having one of his best defensive years in, well, years, Tiago Splitter has come along nicely since his days as an over-hyped Euro big man, and the Golden State Warriors lost their...

Morning Rehash: Invisible Blair, Manu Down


Monday's Morning Rehash looks again at the turbulent season of DeJuan Blair, Manu Ginobili's latest injury, and other areas of Sunday night's victory over the visiting Minnesota Timberwolves.

Morning Rehash: The Kawhi Effect & Old Dudes Roll


Defense was pretty much an afterthought in Friday night's game between the San Antonio Spurs and the visiting Houston Rockets. Saturday morning's rehash revisits the numbers within the game and...

Morning Rehash: "Young" Spurs Taking Control


Between Danny Green's development and Kawhi Leonard's rising star, the Spurs are getting more and more comfortable letting their young guns run the show.

Spurs at full strength but still struggle on court


For the first time since November 15th, the San Antonio Spurs had their full arsenal of players ready to go. Despite the healthy roster and playing at home, the Spurs needed Tony Parker to hold off...

Spursgate prevails as Parker and Duncan dominate.

Led by Tim Duncan, the San Antonio Spurs' Big Three keep the team in the game until the rest of the squad finally came to life.

Manu Ginobili is struggling to regain his old form


Manu Ginobili is off to a rough start this season, averaging career lows in multiple categories. The uncharacteristic poor production is grinding on the 35 year old veteran's confidence and...

Spurs finally win in Portland-beat Blazers 112-109

Playing on the second night of a back-to-back and with numerous players battling a stomach virus, the San Antonio Spurs took on a young Portland Trailblazers squad in the third leg of a four-game...

Sunday Rehash: Spurs drop Jazz to stay undefeated


The San Antonio Spurs are off to a 3-0 start to the season after dropping the Utah Jazz, 110-100. Welcome to the (late) Morning, (early) Afternoon Rehash. Aaron Preine looks back at Saturday...

Spurs Get a Little Payback


The San Antonio Spurs took the first home game of the 2012-13 season against the dangerous Oklahoma City Thunder... with revenge on their minds. Welcome back to the Morning Rehash.

Notes of the final game of the Spurs preseason


The 2012-13 preseason for the San Antonio Spurs has finally concluded. Aaron Preine goes through his jumbled thoughts on the Spurs final exhibition game against the Washington Wizards.

Game 3 Performance Reviews of Spurs Hopefuls

Powell, Brown, or Curry? Mills, De Colo, or Joseph? So many names, so few spots remaining on the San Antonio Spurs roster. Aaron Preine gives a quick review on each of their performances in game 3...

Checking the Tires on Tim Duncan

Entering both his 16th season and the first year of his new 3-year contract, Tim Duncan stills snub the retirement talk and is determined as ever to continue playing as long as he possibly can.

Team USA Claims Back-to-Back Olympic Glory

Team USA took on a bigger, high-octane Spanish team and walked off the court Olympic gold medalists yet again. Read the quarter-by-quarter recap and why, aside from receding hairline jokes, I will...

Team USA 119 - Australia 86: Kobe Gets Angry, Smashes Puny Boomers

Thanks to Kobe Bryant's hot shooting hand and the somehow ho-hum elite play of LeBron James, Team USA is now one win away from a chance to defend their gold medal in Beijing. Team USA advanced to...

Morning Rehash: Spurs Edge Themselves Closer to Extinction.

Well, we're on the edge of the cliff now. Unless the Spurs pull together, or Manu ascends into yet another level of awesomeness, fans will be soon diving into the abyss of yet another playoff exit....

Morning Rehash: Spurs Get Paddled by Thunder

Morning Rehash: San Antonio Spurs Get Paddled by Thunder. Brief notes and thoughts from Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals.

Morning Rehash: Spurs Run Wild

Morning Rehash: Spurs Run Wild -- Note and thoughts from Game 2 of the Western Conference finals

Morning Rehash: Spurs Win Despite Flood of Early Mistakes

The Morning Rehash. Notes and thoughts on Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals.

Are The Spurs And Thunder Rivals?

What Makes a Rivalry? Spurs fans chime in on the Spurs-Thunder match-up and the makings of a rivalry.

Morning Rehash: Spurs Bludgeon Clippers

Spurs crush Clippers in game 2 of WC semi-finals. Take a seat in the home game Morning Rehash!

Morning Rehash: Spurs Awake and (finally) Playing

Welcome to the first of hopefully many home playoff Morning Rehash segments, a supplemental post covering notes, quotes, and personal observations from pre-game to post-game. I'll also fill you in...

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