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Author: Stephen Anderson

Four Standout Players from the Spurs’ 104-101 comeback win over Thunder

Photo courtesy: NBA.com SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Spurs rallied from a 23-point first half deficit to defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder 104-101 at the AT&T Center on Friday night. The victory was arguably the best of the season for the Silver and Black, who used a total team effort to get the win. San Antonio got key contributions from their bench and role players including a huge night from reserve Davis Bertans. Here is what went good and bad for the Spurs on Friday as well as four standout players: LaMarcus Aldridge, Danny Green, Kyle Anderson, and...

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Three Standout Players from the Spurs’ road loss in Minnesota

Photo courtesy: NBA.com The San Antonio Spurs wrapped up a quick two-game road trip with a 98-86 defeat to the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Target Center on Wednesday night. The loss was a less than ideal way to end the back end of a back-to-back set for the Spurs, who got a win over the Dallas Mavericks just 24 hours earlier. San Antonio’s undoing was the fourth quarter, where they began the period shooting 20 percent in the first four minutes. Here is what went good and bad for the Spurs as well as three standout players: LaMarcus Aldridge,...

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Three Standout Players from Spurs’ road win over Mavs

Photo courtesy: NBA.com The San Antonio Spurs kicked off the first game of a back-to-back set with a 97-91 victory over the Dallas Mavericks at the American Airlines Center on Tuesday night. While it was not pretty, the victory was the second straight for the Silver and Black. LaMarcus Aldridge once again put the team on his back and carried the Spurs to the win, but also got some much needed help from the San Antonio bench. Here is what went good and bad for the Spurs as well as three standout players: Aldridge, Patty Mills, and Manu Ginobili....

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Welcome to The Next 25

With the sale and move of the San Antonio Stars to Las Vegas, the Stars Hoops team is still committed to covering women’s basketball in the area as we transition over to a new name and new teams to cover. The Project Spurs Network officially welcomes you to TheNext25.com, a website dedicated to covering women’s college basketball in San Antonio, Texas as well as San Marcos. The ‘25’ has a double meaning, indicating the 25 best players and it is also a tribute to San Antonio women’s basketball legend Becky Hammon, who is currently an assistant coach for the...

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