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Author: Paul Garcia

3 Standout Players in Spurs’ 10-point win over Bulls

HOUSTON, TX – OCTOBER 17: LaMarcus Aldridge #12 of the San Antonio Spurs shoots a free throw during the preseason game against the Houston Rockets on October 13, 2017 at Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2017 NBAE (Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images) The San Antonio Spurs improved to 2-0 to begin their 2017-18 regular season as San Antonio won their first road game...

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Spurscast Ep. 466: Spurs’ Win over Minnesota, Aldridge Extension, and more

In Episode 466, Spurcast host Paul Garcia is joined by fellow Project Spurs writer Victoria Villareal, where both writers discuss a number of Spurs topics; from the Spurs’ opening night win over Minnesota, to LaMarcus Aldridge’s contract extension and what Dejounte Murray’s future could look like. Afterward, Paul and Vicky read and answer multiple Twitter questions from fans using the #Spurscast on a variety of Spurs-related topics. Spurs topics in this episode: In-depth discussion of the Spurs’ win over Minnesota Aldridge’s contract extension The Spurs picking up Murray’s team option for next season #Spurscast questions about Rudy Gay’s addition...

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Play Diagram: Gay Completes Spurs’ Hammer set to Green vs Wolves

With 3:22 remaining in the fourth quarter Wednesday of their season opener, the San Antonio Spurs were holding onto a slim 95-92 lead over the Minnesota Timberwolves. At that time in the game, the Spurs had the offensive possession and Manu Ginobili and Danny Green initiated the Spurs’ typical floppy route. From there though, the Spurs went to one of their old plays that still remains effective today in late game situations – the baseline HAMMER set. What was interesting about the Hammer set on this night was that it was the brand new Spur Rudy Gay who delivered...

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Vidcast: Spurs’ Cap Situation after Aldridge Extension

Monday, the San Antonio Spurs signed LaMarcus Aldridge to a three-year contract extension reportedly worth $72.3 million. With Aldridge on board in San Antonio for the next four seasons, how will his $22.3 million next season affect the Spurs’ cap situation heading into the summer of 2018? The latest Project Spurs Vidcast provides an early projection of just how much cap space the Spurs can now open up after Aldridge’s deal in a few different scenarios. Salary information used from and the NBA’s 2017 CBA.  View the original article on Project Spurs: Vidcast: Spurs’ Cap Situation after Aldridge...

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