San Antonio Spurs

27-21 (60% ATS)

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 111.4 17th
Rebounds Per Game 44.4 22nd
Assists Per Game 24.7 12th
Points Allowed 109.2 12th
2018-19 Southwest Standings
Houston 26 19 .578 W1
San Antonio 27 21 .563 L1
New Orleans 21 25 .457 L2
Dallas 20 25 .444 L3
Memphis 19 27 .413 L5


  • SF
    Rudy Gay (Wrist) is questionable Thursday vs Toronto
  • PG
    Dejounte Murray (ACL) is out for season

San Antonio Spurs News

  • January 17 at 12:31am

    Pounding The Rock: San Antonio vs. Dallas, Final Score: Spurs complete comeback against Mavericks 105-101


    Much like the I-35 drive from San Antonio to Dallas, the Spurs started slow, kicked it into gear throughout the majority of the middle portion, only to slow back down in the final moments. Regardless of the ride that got them there, the Spurs reached their goal, defeating the pesky Mavericks 105-101 on the road. The Spurs hold 6th seed in the Western Conference at 26-20, and are now 8-14 on the road. The Mavericks drop to 20-24 on the season and 16-6 at home.

    Though the Spurs' starters have been getting off to slow starts lately, I had been attributing the slow starts to not having Rudy Gay in the starting lineup.

  • January 16 at 10:03pm

    Pounding The Rock: It's time for Spurs at Mavericks


    Welcome to the Game Thread. Veterans of the Game Thread know how we do things around here, but for all you newbies we have a few rules. Our community guidelines apply and basically say be cool, no personal attacks, don't troll and don't swear too much.

    Welcome to the game thread. The Spurs' game against the Hornets didn't quite go as planned, with Kemba Walker lighting up the nets and the Spurs unable to hit shots when they needed them, but at least Tony Parker got a win.