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The Oklahoma City Thunder, in a shocker rightfully unseen some 25 days ago, is on the verge of downing both the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors in consecutive rounds. [Follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr: The best slams from all of basketball] …Share Tweet
nba.com May 25 (3 days ago)Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year Kawhi Leonard of the San Antonio Spurs has been unanimously selected to the 2015-16 NBA All-Defensive First Team, the NBA announced today. The 6-foot-7 forward is the only player this season to receive all 130 First …Share TweetUSA TODAY Sports It’s amazing that it took until about the time the Thunder knocked off the Spurs in the second round for most people to consider them real threats to the Warriors, but here we are. With a game in the books, OKC has taken back home-court…Share Tweetyahoo.com May 17In the trolliest of trolls, ESPN turned Fox Sports talking head Skip Bayless attempted to urinate on the straight fire that was the Thunder's second-round upset of the Spurs, tweeting, "Not sure the Thunder can win a single game against the Warrior…Share Tweet
The Spurs Celebrated Their Season By Dressing Up Like A Hot Dog, Power Ranger, And Much Moredimemag.com May 15The San Antonio Spurs may not have finished the season with a championship, but they still have a lot to be proud of after winning 67 regular season games – including a 40-1 mark on their home court. The Spurs are essentially assured at looking like a m…Share Tweet
Draymond Green Revealed Why He Only Talked Trash To Tim Duncan One Timedimemag.com May 15Getty Image There are a lot of reason to be upset that we’re not getting Spurs/Warriors in this year’s Western Conference Finals. Not necessarily because Thunder/Warriors will be bad – odds are it’s going to be an outstanding series – but because there …Share TweetSan Antonio's unexpected and abrupt end to the season brings on another stressful summer that begins with what has become an annual quandary.Share Tweetnba.com May 13Now that Kevin Durant is back, the Thunder have returned to a familiar place.Share Tweet
The Spurs Are Reportedly Going To Make A Run At Mike Conley This Summer, Toodimemag.com May 13USA TODAY Sports The Spurs have been a model of continuity and organic franchise-building in the NBA, but for many years, that’s been a necessity. San Antonio is a smaller market, without revenues big enough to shoulder onerous luxury tax burdens or pay…Share Tweet
Gregg Popovich Went Full Gregg Popovich In His Glorious Postgame Press Conferencedimemag.com May 13Nothing is assured in the NBA playoffs. Even though a Spurs-Warriors conference final felt inevitable since early in the season, the Thunder blew up that model and roughly shoved San Antonio out the door in six games. It might have been Tim Duncan’s las…Share TweetThe Western Conference semifinals series between the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder started with a blowout of epic proportions. The Spurs dominated the Thunder in every facet, winning by 32 in a fashion that seemed to serve as a statement o…Share Tweet
We’re simulating tonight’s Spurs-Thunder game in NBA Live ‘96 for Sega Genesis over on Facebook Livedeadspin.com May 12We’re simulating tonight’s Spurs-Thunder game in NBA Live ‘96 for Sega Genesis over on Facebook Live. Read more...Share Tweetyahoo.com May 11The NBA conceded what we already knew after watching Tuesday night's thrilling and crucial Game 5 between the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs: The officials blew two calls in the final minute. Exhibit A: In the league's last two minute repor…Share Tweet
Gregg Popovich Has Moved On, But The Officiating Was Still Fishy As The Thunder Stunned The Spurs In Game 5dimemag.com May 11“You pretty stunned when Jason (Phillips, the ref) doesn’t call that when Kawhi (Leonard) tries to foul (Russell Westbrook)?” That’s what was asked of Gregg Popovich on the post-game podium, and his answer goes a long way towards explaining why we’re no…Share Tweetyahoo.com May 11The Oklahoma City Thunder holding a late lead over the San Antonio Spurs in the closing seconds of a playoff game at AT&T Center. Dion Waiters inbounding. Manu Ginobili defending. What could possibly go wrong? [Follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr: The …Share Tweet
Not-So-Smart EjectionMar 20Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart was ejected from the game for flagrantly punching Spurs forward Matt Bonner below the belt.
Spurs Rout CelticsMar 20Five Spurs scored in double figures in San Antonio's 101-89 win over Boston.
Knicks Stun Spurs In OTMar 17SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Langston Galloway and Alexey Shved combined to score 43 points in the Knicks' 104-100 overtime win against the Spurs.
D'Antoni's Favorite ThingsMar 16Coach Mike D'Antoni talks about his favorite players, favorite food and most importantly favorite video coordinator.