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Michael Erler

  • joined Feb 17, 2014
  • last login Aug 20, 2014
  • posts 119
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A portrait of Marco Belinelli

The seventh in a series of profiles on each member of the 2013-2014 San Antonio Spurs.

Analyzing the Spurs 2014-15 schedule

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There are a lot of professional basketball teams on the schedule this season -- and also the Lakers.

A portrait of R.C. Buford

The seventh in a series of profiles on each member of the 2013-2014 San Antonio Spurs.

A portrait of Matt Bonner

The sixth in a series of profiles on each member of the 2013-2014 San Antonio Spurs.

A Portrait of Cory Joseph

The fifth in a series of profiles on each member of the 2013-2014 San Antonio Spurs.

Kevin Love for Andrew Wiggins? LeBron's no GM

There's no question that Love was the best player in the trade. But is he the best fit alongside LeBron James?

Is Wiggins going from penthouse to outhouse?

It used to be the only time you felt bad for the number one overall pick was when they got drafted by the Clippers.

"Family Business," the Spurs and a devastated Manu

Contrary to what you've heard, things aren't always hunky dory with the Spurs. There are disagreements and hurt feelings. "Family business" has kept almost all of it under wraps, and it will again.

Spurs sign Parker to three-year extension

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The star point guard and future Hall-of-Famer will be a Spur until 2018.

#NBAMusicians, Spurs edition

From a 1960's ukulele-playing, falsetto iconoclast, to early-90's rap posers, to 80's soft rock to hip-hop and funk, the Spurs cover the gamut of musical styles, offering something for everyone.

A Portrait of Aron Baynes

The fourth in a series of profiles on each member of the 2013-2014 San Antonio Spurs.

The gift that keeps on giving

What reminds San Antonio fans of the Spurs these days? Anything. Everything. And it's fantastic.

A portrait of Austin Daye

The third in a series of profiles on each member of the 2013-2014 San Antonio Spurs.

I have arrived in San Antonio

A stranger in a strange land chronicles his first few days in San Antonio.

You're welcome, Cleveland

LeBron James is going back to Cleveland. But how did we get here? I'd say it was during the Finals when James saw the way Duncan's career had progressed in his first NBA home.

What went down during the Superfriends' lunch?

It was reported that James, Wade and Bosh ate together to discuss their next moves. But hard news about that meeting is scarce. But that's no issue when there's the imagination to fill in the blanks.

What in the world are the Heat up to?

How many guys has Pat Riley signed so far this summer? Not one, not two, not three, not four, not five, not six...

A portrait of Jeff Ayres

The second in a series of profiles on each member of the 2013-2014 San Antonio Spurs.

A portrait of Gregg Popovich

The first in a series profiles on each member of the 2013-2014 San Antonio Spurs, beginning with Gregg Popovich, the architect of it all.

2014 NBA Draft diary

There were no major trades, the top players all bizarrely got compared to NBA disappointments, and the Spurs didn't take the guy I wanted. Otherwise, that was an awesome way to spend five hours....

A Spurs fan's guide to enjoying the draft

Step one for enjoying the draft: Don't try to make it all about the Spurs.

Could the Spurs be better off w/o Diaw & Mills?

Since the Spurs are keeping their core intact for at least one more season, some shuffling of the bench in free agency wouldn't necessarily be a bad idea.

Why is Tim Duncan going on David Letterman?

Duncan hasn't been on a late night talk show since his rookie season, so of course he's appearing to do the Top Ten List.

Nature, nurture and Kawhi Leonard

Was Kawhi Leonard destined to always be awesome or did the Spurs help him become awesome? I have an idea, but the real answer is: who cares?

A postmortem on the Heat

Maybe the Spurs were angry because they watched film of those 2013 Finals, saw how badly both teams played in some of those games and thought to themselves, "Man, how'd we ever lose to these guys?"

Spurs get their fifth LOB

There's no need to change anything with how the 2013 season ended. It takes the lowest of lows to truly appreciate moments like this.

Tim Duncan: The open book

Call Tim Duncan unreadable, undecipherable and uncrackable if you want. But after 17 years, he's dropped a more than a few clues as to who he really is.

Spurs take their talents to South Beach, rout Heat

So far, this series has played out the 2004 Finals -- with the Spurs as the Pistons and the Heat as the Lakers.

In beating the Heat, the Spurs became the Heat

Of all the weird stats from Game 3, here's the craziest: Matt Bonner shot two free throws in the first quarter of an NBA Finals. For more observations on the NBA Finals ...

Leonard breaks out, Spurs take 2-1 Finals lead

So that's what having a superstar is like. Seems pretty fun. Gotta like the Spurs' chances if Leonard outscores James the rest of the way.

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