Juan Cantu

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Brett Brown thinks the Spurs will win it all

In a recently posted video interview with TrueHoop editor Henry Abbott of ESPN, former Spurs assistant coach Brett Brown thinks the Finals will be a rematch of last year, but with a different...

NBA reveals Christmas-only jerseys

There are 10 teams playing on Christmas day, and the NBA has all of them wearing special sleeved uniforms to celebrate ... I guess to celebrate the fact that the NBA is BIG.

30 preseason predictions: Chicago Bulls


Tom Thibodeau and the Chicago Bulls return after the year-plus absence of their former MVP, Derrick Rose. Can Derrick Rose finally beat LeBron?

Free Agency: Restricted Access

The first part of a two part series in which I look at the free agent class of 2013 and who the Spurs should target. The best restricted agents will be hard to get, but can the Spurs lure some away?

NBA Finals Rehash: So it ends


The Miami Heat defeated the San Antonio Spurs in the deciding Game 7 of your NBA Finals. LeBron James was amazing and put the game away for the Heat.

Finals Game 6 Rehash: Slipped Away


In a game where the Spurs were in control for most of 3 quarters, LeBron James and the Heat turned it on in the 4th, forced overtime and were saved by timely three pointers. Game 7 is on Thursday.

Morning Rehash: Buzzer Beater


In an exciting opening game in the Finals, the Spurs and the Heat played a close game that went down to the wire. Tony Parker provided the dagger shot in the final seconds of the game, propelling...

A quick look at some Conference Finals history

A sweep is rare in the Conference Finals. Meeting a team in the NBA Finals that has just completed a full seven game series is even rarer. How do the Spurs' chances fare when we look at the history...

Rehash: Spurs come back strong against Grizzlies


The Spurs were able to take a big punch in the first quarter, falling behind 18 points before coming back to force overtime. In the extra period, the Spurs took control of the game and in that, the...

Morning Rehash: We're Halfway There


The San Antonio Spurs closed out their series against the Golden State Warriors last night in Oakland. A strong defensive effort and all-around team effort were the the keys for the victory.

Morning Rehash: The Spurs Can't Hear You


Spurs respond in Oakland; turn the tables on the Warriors.

Morning Rehash: Swept Away


The San Antonio Spurs mercifully finished off the injury-laden Los Angeles last night. Tony Parker and Kawhi Leonard led a balanced team effort but a Dwight Howard ejection was the talk of the game.

Afternoon Rehash: Domination in LA


The Spurs continued their strong play in the postseason, scoring more than 25 points in each quarter on their way to a 120 point effort over Los Angeles. Tim Duncan and Tony Parker each registered...

Kirk Goldsberry of Grantland's PtR conversation

My talk with Grantland contributor and charter extraordinaire, which I thought was going to be more of a Q&A, morphed into a fascinating conversation about fandom and sports journalism.

Morning Rehash: Too Much Curry


Stephen Curry was unstoppable in the Golden State Warriors win against the San Antonio Spurs

Morning Rehash: Dwight fills in for Kobe


The Los Angeles Lakers, playing without their biggest star, were surprisingly led by Dwight Howard and Steve Blake. The duo accounted for more than half of the Lakers' points and anchored LA in a...

Morning Rehash: Spurs Run Out of Gas


The Spurs fell to the energetic and athletic Denver Nuggets, who extended their home win streak to an impressive 21 games.

Morning Rehash: Spurs survive Hawks


Both teams sat out various All-Stars but the Spurs were able to creep by with a victory due to a brilliant performance by Tim Duncan with the support of both Kawhi Leonard and DeJuan Blair.

Morning Rehash: Danny Green makes Magic Disappear


Spurs reserves pound the Magic

Morning Rehash: Memphis Cooking


The San Antonio Spurs faced the Memphis Grizzlies for the first time since the blockbuster trade of Rudy Gay back on January 30th. Coming off a tough loss the previous night and going without the...

Morning Rehash: Nuggets Out of Thin Air


Spurs take the Nuggets out of thin air, surviving a tough game from upstart Denver.

Morning Rehash: Tim Duncan Throwback Performance


In the Spurs' first match-up against seven straight teams above .500, the Spurs came out strong, with Tim Duncan putting in another vintage performance, his third straight. Manu and Tiago chip in a...


A Call for Questions for Kirk Goldsberry of Grantland

Hey £ers, I have a semi-interview with Grantland Contributor and Analyst Kirk Goldsberry next Monday, where we'll discuss sportswriting and I'll have the chance to ask him some questions. I was...

Spurs beat Cavs with elite games by Tim and Kawhi


On their last game for a couple of weeks against a sub .500 team, the Spurs pulled out a win against the Cavs, who were without their best player in Kyrie Irving. The Spurs (minus Tony Parker) had...

Predicting the Race for the Western Playoffs


With less than twenty games to go in the regular season, it's time to take a look at the race for playoff seeding. The weak East is pretty much set but the other conference is a whole 'nother...

Spurs start slow, but finish strong against OKC


Oklahoma City visits San Antonio, in a battle for the first seed in the West. After a bad first quarter, the Spurs go into overdrive and never look back.

Morning Rehash: No Tony Parker? No problem.


Two playoff bound teams face off each other without their respective point guard MVPs (regular season for Rose and Finals for Parker) in a close game that was decided late in the 3rd quarter. Good...

Morning Rehash: Spurs Cruise By Pistons


The 61st game of the season for the San Antonio Spurs, the Spurs were 46-14 coming in, atop the league with the best record, and winner of 18 of the last 21 games, with two of those losses coming...

Morning Rehash: Suns Strike Back


After defeating the Suns on the last leg of the Rodeo Road Trip, the Spurs faced Phoenix once again. This time within the friendly confines of the AT&T Center.

Road Rehash: Sleeves? Really?


The Spurs faced the Golden State Warriors on a SEGABABA with Kawhi Leonard back from a knee injury. The sloppy game went into overtime, and the Spurs fell to the sleeved Warriors.

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