San Antonio Spurs

Dylan Guest, Editor - Oct 15, 2022

There’s no denying that it will be a year of development and rebuilding for the San Antonio Spurs. The team holds a youthful core, one that head coach Gregg Popovich will get the best out of for the future of the franchise. Dejounte Murray, who was an All-Star for the Spurs last season, is gone. Spurs […]


The 2022 NBA Draft took place on Thursday night and like always it was a lot of fun. There were a lot less trades at the top than everyone expected but nevertheless it was very intriguing. Not many teams did poorly which is why you are going to see more much winners than losers here. […]

Jeremy Sochan of the San Antonio Spurs
Orange Gildersleeve - Jun 24, 2022

The San Antonio Spurs went into the 2022 NBA Draft with relatively high hopes. The Spurs had three first-round picks, holding selections at number 9, number 20, and number 25. The team also nabbed a future second-round pick in a trade with the Memphis Grizzlies. While drafting, San Antonio made it a priority to draft […]

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Dylan Guest, Editor - Jun 14, 2022

The 2022 NBA Draft is rife with top prospects, meaning there will be an endless possibility for trades. Teams will look to move up, down, or trade picks for proven stars. Here are three intriguing trade ideas. Three Possible 2022 NBA Draft Trades Charlotte Moves for a Center Charlotte Hornets receive Myles Turner and Duane […]

Dylan Guest, Editor - May 20, 2022

The San Antonio Spurs should look into trades this offseason to boost their playoff contention status next season. After the end of their incredible dynasty, the Spurs have been rebuilding. They now have a legitimate star in Dejounte Murray, as well as a number of solid and young complementary pieces. Murray averaged 21 points, eight […]

Dylan Guest, Editor - Apr 22, 2022

NBA trades are always an effective way to quickly improve teams. Recent examples include Chris Paul to the Phoenix Suns, Jrue Holiday to the Milwaukee Bucks, Anthony Davis to the Los Angeles Lakers, and more. These are major examples, but there are always smaller deals that can be made as well. Teams that made the play-in tournament are showing an upward […]

Jonah Freelander - Mar 22, 2022

We’re inching closer to the NBA postseason and the second NBA play-in tournament. With March Madness upon us, we become captivated by the chance of shocking upsets in a single-elimination format. Despite the long odds of a 15-seeded St Peter’s defeating a second-seed Kentucky, we tune in to watch. And when the near-impossible happens, we’re […]

For the last two decades, the San Antonio Spurs have been a virtual playoff lock. In a record-breaking season for head coach Gregg Popovich, will the Spurs manage to sneak into the postseason via the play-in tournament? San Antonio Spurs – Playoff Contenders or Pretenders? Current Standings The Spurs currently sit in the 12th spot […]

Gregg Popovich is officially the all-time winningest coach in NBA history. The 26-year coach had the great honor of accomplishing this lifetime achievement in front of the San Antonio crowd that has been his home for the better part of three decades.  Gregg Popovich Becomes All-Time Winningest Coach Against the Odds Popovich and the Spurs […]

Gregg Popovich has accomplished the unimaginable after tying Don Nelson for the most regular-season wins of all time in a head coaching career. Popovich won his 1,335th game on Monday night in front of a home crowd in Texas. The five-time NBA Champion has coached all of his 26 seasons with the San Antonio Spurs. […]

LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers
Jonah Freelander - Mar 3, 2022

With 21 games left in the regular season, The Los Angeles Lakers currently sit in 9th place in the Western Conference. LeBron James at 37 years young continues to defy the laws of time and is probably in the MVP conversation if the Lakers are having a better season. The Lakers’ offseason acquisition of guard […]

Dylan Guest, Editor - Feb 16, 2022

The top of the NBA Western Conference is looking fantastic. It features three 40 win teams in the Phoenix Suns, Golden State Warriors, and Memphis Grizzlies. All three are looking like legitimate contenders. Right below those three teams includes the Utah Jazz, Dallas Mavericks, and Denver Nuggets. Although Utah, Dallas, and Denver haven’t eclipsed 40 […]

The San Antonio Spurs are expected to come to terms with Goran Dragic on a buyout agreement. The former All-Star has only played in five games this season for the Toronto Raptors. Despite his time away from the court, many teams are showing interest in acquiring the 35-year-old veteran. Which of these franchises has the […]

Jason Grad - Jan 17, 2022

Monday, January 17th offers a full schedule of 12 NBA games for fans and gambling enthusiasts. Below you will find my NBA picks against the Vegas lines and my analysis of the matchups.  Game on. NBA Picks – January 17th, 2022 NBA: Cavaliers (-3) Vs Nets $$ Devastating news for the Nets as Kevin Durant […]

Mac Smith - Oct 20, 2021

This is the second half of my October 20 NBA predictions. The early games can be found here. The interesting late games include 76ers vs Pelicans, Kings vs Trail Blazers, and the ESPN game of Nuggets vs Suns. Both the Nuggets and the Suns are championship contenders, so it should be a good early season […]

Shreyas Kar - Oct 16, 2021

After not making the postseason last year, the San Antonio Spurs are looking to go into more of a rebuild mode. That being said, they had a very active off-season, as it included making trades, signing free agents, and drafting. What can we really expect from this team for the upcoming season? San Antonio Spurs […]



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After months of speculation, it finally happened. The Los Angeles Lakers made an in-season trade for someone that is not a 6’3” guard. LA is finalizing a deal to send point guard Kendrick Nunn and three future second-round picks to the Washington Wizards in exchange for forward Rui Hachimura, as first reported by Shams Charania. […]

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Jon Lee - Oct 16, 2021

The LA Clippers fell 126-103 to the Utah Jazz, placing them in the 8th seed. Superstar wings Kawhi Leonard and Paul George did not suit up as it was the second leg of a back-to-back. The team has dropped eight of its last nine. And with a little under half the season remaining, it does […]