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    Tim Duncan Won’t Return As Assistant Coach With Spurs

    Tim Duncan will step down from his role with the San Antonio Spurs as assistant coach. The Spurs’ internal belief has always been that Duncan would spend one season as an assistant coach. Duncan did not join the Spurs in Orlando for the NBA’s restart. Duncan will revert back to his previous player development role […] More

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    Facundo Campazzo Could Leave Real Madrid To Sign With Wolves

    Facundo Campazzo could leave Real Madrid for the NBA this season with the Minnesota Timberwolves considered the most likely team, per Marca. Campazzo is a 5’11 point guard from Argentina. Pablo Prigioni is an assistant coach with the Wolves. The Dallas Mavericks and San Antonio Spurs are also referenced as possibilities.  More

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    Gregg Popovich: Why Wouldn’t I Coach Next Season?

    Gregg Popovich appeared to confirm he will return as head coach of the San Antonio Spurs next season. “Why wouldn’t I?” said Popovich after the Spurs’ final game of the restart. The Spurs went 5-3 in the bubble and were in contention for the play-in game until the last day. “This is the best we’ve […] More

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    Detailed Play-In Game Scenarios For Blazers, Grizzlies, Suns, Spurs

    The Portland Trail Blazers, Memphis Grizzlies, Phoenix Suns and San Antonio Spurs continue to fight for the eighth and ninth seeds for the Western Conference play-in. Portland (Brooklyn), Memphis (Milwaukee), Phoenix (Dallas) and San Antonio (Utah) each play their final seeding game on Thursday. The below scenarios will determine the seeding.  Portland eighth seed: A […] More

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    DeMar DeRozan Defends Gregg Popovich, Becky Hammon For Standing For Anthem

    Gregg Popovich and Becky Hammon stood for the national anthem before the San Antonio Spurs’ first game of the restart. Popovich and Hammon both wore “Black Lives Matter” t-shirts. “I’d prefer to keep that to myself,” said Popovich, when asked what went into his decision. “Everybody has to make a personal decision. The league’s been […] More

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    DeMar DeRozan Hasn’t Thought About $27.7M Player Option For 20-21

    Shortly before the NBA suspended its season, Yahoo! Sports reported DeMar DeRozan intended to decline his $27.7 million player option for the 20-21 season with the San Antonio Spurs to become a free agent unless he were to sign an extension before then. DeRozan was asked to assess the potential of his free agency with […] More

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    Trey Lyles Out For Rest Of Season After Undergoing Appendectomy

    Trey Lyles will miss the rest of the 2019-20 NBA season after undergoing an appendectomy on Wednesday. Lyles averaged 6.4 points and 5.7 rebounds on the season. The 24-year-old is on a non-guaranteed contract for next season.  Noah Magaro-George/Pounding The Rock Tags: Trey Lyles, San Antonio Spurs, NBA, NBA Injury, NBA Playoffs More

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    Lonnie Walker IV Reveals He Suffered Childhood Sexual Abuse

    Lonnie Walker IV cut his signature hair this week and revealed on Instagram on Thursday that he started to grow out his hair when he was in middle school after being sexually abused as a child. “The real truth as to why I started doing this early 5th grade, it was a cloaking device for me,” […] More

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    LaMarcus Aldridge Out For Season With Shoulder Surgery

    The San Antonio Spurs announced that LaMarcus Aldridge underwent successful surgery on his right shoulder on April 24th. Aldridge had arthroscopic subacromial decompression and rotator cuff debridement on his right shoulder. Aldridge injured his shoulder on Feb. 21. Aldridge returned from the injury on March 10th and the season was suspended on the next day. Aldridge […] More

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