San Antonio Spurs

50-36 (45-40-1 ATS)

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 111.7 18th
Rebounds Per Game 44.7 21st
Assists Per Game 24.5 16th
Points Allowed 110.0 12th
2018-19 Southwest Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Houston 53 29 .646 L1
San Antonio 48 34 .585 W3
Memphis 33 49 .402 W1
New Orleans 33 49 .402 L1
Dallas 33 49 .402 L1
Injuries
  • PG
    Dejounte Murray (ACL) is out for season

San Antonio Spurs News

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    Fansided: The San Antonio Spurs 2019 Offseason Roundtable

    Although they're not always the most likely team to make a big splash in free agency, the San Antonio Spurs remain active throughout the Summer. General manager R.C. Buford is always prepared to pick gems at the NBA Draft and meet with exciting prospective free agents shortly thereafter.

    The offseason has become increasingly interesting as the Big Three Era in San Antonio came to a close. Buford transitioned toward LaMarcus Aldridge and DeMar DeRozan as the All-Star leaders of this franchise for the time being while he continues to add building blocks for the future.

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    Pounding The Rock: Bryn Forbes exceeded even the Spurs' expectations on the biggest stage

    Game 7 was winding down, and the Spurs needed a bucket to have any hope of making a late comeback. The Nuggets were up four with under a minute to go. DeMar DeRozan could have cut it to three, but he missed the first of two free throws. It was a two-possession game and San Antonio needed a stop and a quick bucket.

    Denver predictably went to its Jamal Murray -- Nikola Jokic two-man game. Murray made a pocket pass to a diving Jokic, but the Spurs' defense was ready.

  • @spurs • 1d

    Fansided: San Antonio Spurs 2018-19 Performance Review: LaMarcus Aldridge

    In his fourth year with the San Antonio Spurs, LaMarcus Aldridge proved again why he's recognized as one of the best big men of his era. While San Antonio struggled to initially bring together so many new players, Aldridge was the most consistent player in a time where the team desperately needed stability.

    After a turbulent summer, San Antonio focused the preseason on integrating new players like DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl, and Quincy Pondexter. To add another complication, San Antonio lost presumed starting point guard Dejounte Murray to a torn ACL.

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    Pounding The Rock: 2018-2019 Spurs player reviews: Rudy Gay

    Welcome to the 2018-19 season player reviews, where we will be rehashing the performance of 13 San Antonio Spurs from this season (excluding Dejounte Murray, Pau Gasol, Donatas Motiejunas, and two-way players Drew Eubanks and Ben Moore) and looking towards the future. If you've missed any, you can click here to catch up.

    Roger Ebert once talked about how every movie he rated was independent of all the others. He didn't believe that two movies receiving the same star rating were always of the same quality.

  • @spurs • 2d

    Official Site of the Spurs: SLC Summer League Announces Game Schedule

    SALT LAKE CITY (May 22, 2019) - Organizers announced today the schedule of daily doubleheaders for the Salt Lake City Summer League presented by University of Utah Health and the Utah Sports Commission on July 1-3 at Vivint Smart Home Arena.

    The six-game, four-team summer showcase is conducted in a round-robin format with the Utah Jazz, San Antonio Spurs, Memphis Grizzlies and Cleveland Cavaliers. Games will be held at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. with the Jazz playing the nightcap of each session.

    The following is the 2019 Salt Lake City Summer League schedule (all Mountain Time):

    Monday, July 1

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  • @spurs • 2d

    Fansided: San Antonio Spurs 2019 NBA Draft Prospects: Cameron Johnson

    Legendary coaches have a tricky way of harnessing the potential of their budding stars. In his time as head coach at the University of North Carolina, Roy Williams has done an excellent job of showcasing his player's abilities by applying the proper guidance to his personnel and leading them to success after their collegiate careers. Williams has been noted as a key contributor in the growth of historic San Antonio Spurs role player Danny Green during his early stages.

    A similar concept would apply if the Spurs elected to choose North Carolina small forward Cameron Johnson with one of their two first-round picks in the upcoming draft.

  • @spurs • 2d

    Fansided: San Antonio Spurs 2018-2019 Performance Review: DeMar DeRozan

    The San Antonio Spurs made their first blockbuster trade in a long time when they sent Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green to Toronto and got DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl, and a first round pick in return.

    Before we get into this meal, like a word of prayer, I must let you know what's really important here: this performance review isn't going to be based on a comparison to Kawhi Leonard or Danny Green, this is going to be based on DeMar DeRozan.

    This is not the comparing and contrasting of him & KL2, but a look at DeMar's season outside of the context of that trade.

  • @spurs • 3d

    Fansided: San Antonio Spurs: LaMarcus Aldridge left off of All-NBA Team

    Even with the addition of DeMar DeRozan last summer, LaMarcus Aldridge was the unquestioned leader of this San Antonio Spurs squad for the second year in a row.

    After Pop endlessly praised Aldridge during the 2017-18 season where he dragged a Kawhi Leonard-less Spurs team to the postseason and made second-team All-NBA, he followed it up with another strong year to lead San Antonio to their 22nd consecutive playoff appearance this season.

    Unfortunately, it wasn't enough for him to earn All-NBA recognition for the sixth time in his career.

  • @spurs • 3d

    Pounding The Rock: Don't be surprised if Spurs fans get Defensive when taking about this NBA award

    When I heard that Draymond Green had been awarded Defensive Player of the Year back in 2017, I thought he'd received an acknowledgement for his on-court tantrums and berating of NBA officials; that somehow they had changed from the primary definition of defensive as in "defending and protecting" to the secondary use of "self-justifying and thin-skinned".

    As you by now know, the NBA announced finalists for June 24th NBA Awards ceremony. In the past, the annual awards for MVP, Coach of the Year, Most Improved, etc. were announced and then handed out less than ceremoniously to the recipient in a convenient location.

  • @spurs • 3d

    Fansided: San Antonio Spurs: Discussing a potential Dejounte Murray extension

    There was a lot of buzz about Dejounte Murray taking the next step in his third season with the San Antonio Spurs.

    While Murray was already a member of the All-Defensive team ranking first among point guards in defensive real plus-minus by a wide margin in 2017-18, he still had a lot of work to do on the offensive end of the floor.

    Rumors were floating around that Murray was starting to hit more threes and that his playmaking abilities had improved a ton during the summer of 2018, but we never got to see proof of that on the floor after he suffered a season-ending ACL injury in October.

  • @spurs • 3d

    Pounding The Rock: Don't count on Tony Parker retiring as a Spur

    While the offseason has already started for the Spurs, the NBA never rests. The lottery gave the Pelicans a respite from the Anthony Davis' drama and the opportunity to draft Zion Williamson and showed that the flattened odds implemented recently could help curb tanking. Meanwhile, the eastern conference finals are in full swing, with former Spurs on both teams battling for a place in the finals.

    There's also been some news regarding Gregg Popovich's and Tony Parker's retirements. Pop has delayed his, re-signing for three more seasons, while Tony is considering calling it quits after a mostly nondescript year in Charlotte.

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    Pounding The Rock: 2018-2019 Spurs player reviews: Davis Bertans

    Welcome to the 2018-19 season player reviews, where we will be rehashing the performance of 13 San Antonio Spurs from this season (excluding Dejounte Murray, Pau Gasol, Donatas Motiejunas, and two-way players Drew Eubanks and Ben Moore) and looking towards the future. If you've missed any, you can click here to catch up.

    Roger Ebert once talked about how every movie he rated was independent of all the others. He didn't believe that two movies receiving the same star rating were always of the same quality.

  • @spurs • 4d

    Fansided: San Antonio Spurs to participate in Salt Lake City Summer League

    As part of their annual Summer League circuit, the San Antonio Spurs will head to Utah for three exhibition games where their developing talent will have the chance to showcase and develop their skills on a large stage. Last year's Salt Lake City Summer League served a great opportunity for combo guard Derrick White, who took over the competition and led the Spurs in each of their three games.

    Spurs fans look forward to watching sophomore swingman Lonnie Walker IV operate the offense. There's really no telling what Walker will focus on this offseason because of the versatile nature of his game, but he'll assuredly return with some new tricks up his sleeve.

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