Category Archive: San Antonio Spurs

Highlights from Weekend One of the NBA Playoffs

The first week of the hectic 2012 NBA Playoffs are in the books and already there are plenty of story lines and drama that will likely ensure to become a very entertaining 40… Continue reading

Spurs clobber Trail Blazers 124-89; clinch number one seed in West

I’ll spare my time and yours by keeping this very short and to the point: the San Antonio Spurs are the best team in the Western Conference and by handing Portland a pretty… Continue reading

Complete list of 2012 trade deadline transactions

• Blazers receive: Mehmet Okur (from New Jersey); Shawne Williams (from New Jersey); protected 2012-first round pick • Nets receive: Gerald Wallace (from Portland) • Blazers receive: Hasheem Thabeet (from Houston); Jonny Flynn (from Houston); future second-round pick • Rockets… Continue reading

Blazers dump starless Spurs in 137-97 home rout

If Portland continues to play their bipolar game plan of being blown out on the road the first night, then coming back the next night to blow out a visiting team, my heart… Continue reading

San Antonio’s bench hammer Portland 99-83 to start six-game road-trip

The start of a grueling six game road trip and quite possibly the hardest stretch of the Blazers (7-4) schedule for the season. Winless on the road, the Blazers were looking to hand… Continue reading

Complete list of Draft day trades

Crazy night from the Draft, as the smoke clears, here’s the complete list of trades that were made during and are being processed: • Blazers receive: Raymond Felton (from Denver); rights to No. 57 overall… Continue reading

Blazers nearly traded for Tony Parker

Courtesy of and “Alex Kennedy of reports…  The San Antonio Spurs and Portland Trail Blazers nearly completed a blockbuster trade on Wednesday afternoon, but the deal fell apart in the late stages. San… Continue reading

Portland gets lucky at the right time in fourth to beat San Antonio again, 100-92

Facing a Spurs team without Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and Antonio McDyess, the Blazers allow the Spurs to hang around all the way till the end and win in San Antonio… Continue reading

Trail Blazers vs San Antonio Spurs Preview 2

Since the miracle at the Rose Garden on Friday night, both the Portland Trail Blazers (41-31) and San Antonio Spurs (57-16) will look to bounce back after tough losses to Western Conference rivals.… Continue reading