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boholano - do you know alot of pinoy bball players there? My team from Austin used to come to SA and play against them .


yup. i know but lately i haven't heard anymore if they still hold summer league b-ball tournament. i'll check with the guys i know who always involve with. i don't have time anymore for those stuff coz of my two kids i even quit playing golf that often......

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PORTLAND, Ore. -- Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili each scored 25 points, and the San Antonio Spurs ran their perfect road start to 6-0 with a 107-98 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night.

Zach Randolph had 23 points, 19 in the first half, but Portland lost a 10-point second-half lead. Reserve Juan Dixon added 17 points.

Tony Parker scored 14 for the Spurs, who were playing for the second straight night and fought through a sluggish first half.

Duncan started slowly but took over in the third, scoring 13 points on a variety of post moves as the Spurs ran their offense through him.

The fourth quarter belonged to Ginobili, who scored 18 points and nearly singled-handedly turned back the Blazers with standout play on both ends of the floor.

After converting a three-point play, Ginobili stole the ball on the other end and fed Brent Barry for a layup that made it 98-92. Ginobili then scored on four of the next five possessions for the Spurs. He came into the game shooting 29 percent on 3-pointers, but made three in the fourth quarter.

Jarrett Jack had 12 points and five assists for Portland. Barry had 10 points for the Spurs.

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The Spurs also ended the 2005-06 season by winning their final five road games.

Duncan, coming off a 35-point performance against Sacramento on Sunday night, shot 10-of-16 from the field and had six rebounds and five assists.

The two-time league MVP struggled against the Blazers last season, even as the Spurs won all four games. He averaged just 15 points on 45.1 percent shooting, including a season-low six points on 3-of-7 shooting in one game.

The Spurs have won six straight games over the Blazers overall, and 13 of the last 14 meetings. They have also won seven of their last eight visits to the Rose Garden.

Randolph had 13 points in the first quarter and the Blazers led 25-22. Beno Udrih hit a 14-footer to give the Spurs their first lead at 35-33, but Portland quickly grabbed back the lead and had a 56-48 advantage at halftime. Duncan converted a three-point play to get the Spurs within 63-60, but the Blazers went on a 7-0 run and led 70-60.

But Duncan took over, sparking a San Antonio 14-2 run that gave them the lead again at 74-72 lead.


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The Blazers haven't won a series against San Antonio since 1999-00. ... The Spurs' Barry wore a large bandage on his head, the result of a collision with Sacramento's Ronnie Price on Sunday that left Barry with several stitches. ... The Spurs' win gave them the lead in the all-time series for the first time since the 1982-83 season. AP NEWS
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Spurs Storm Back to Stay Perfect on Road

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PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 20 (AP) --Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili each scored 25 points, and the San Antonio Spurs ran their perfect road start to 6-0 with a 107-98 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night.

Zach Randolph had 23 points, 19 in the first half, but Portland lost a 10-point second-half lead. Reserve Juan Dixon added 17 points.

Tony Parker scored 14 for the Spurs, who were playing for the second straight night and fought through a sluggish first half.

Duncan started slowly but took over in the third, scoring 13 points on a variety of post moves as the Spurs ran their offense through him.

The fourth quarter belonged to Ginobili, who scored 18 points and nearly singled-handedly turned back the Blazers with standout play on both ends of the floor.

After converting a three-point play, Ginobili stole the ball on the other end and fed Brent Barry for a layup that made it 98-92. Ginobili then scored on four of the next five possessions for the Spurs. He came into the game shooting 29 percent on 3-pointers, but made three in the fourth quarter.

Jarrett Jack had 12 points and five assists for Portland. Barry had 10 points for the Spurs.

The Spurs also ended the 2005-06 season by winning their final five road games.


source: http://www.nba.com/games/20061120/SASPOR/recap.html

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Just a split seconds on our post kuya jerome... SPURS are on a roll!!!


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Spurs lead Miami, 57-38!


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 Post subject: SPURS- 106, HEAT- 86
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SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Tim Duncan scored 19 points, and Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili each added 17 in the San Antonio Spurs ' 106-86 victory over the Miami Heat on Wednesday night.

Brent Barry had 15 points and Beno Udrih 13 for the Spurs, who had an easy time against a Heat team that remains without Shaquille O'Neal.

Dwyane Wade scored 18 points for the Heat. Earl Barron added 15 and Alonzo Mourning had 10.

The Spurs led for all but 20 seconds of the first quarter and were ahead 19-18 in the second before blowing open the game.

San Antonio extended the lead to 10 midway through the quarter with two 3-pointers from Barry and help from Duncan, who was left smiling after he missed an easy dunk but got the rebound and added two points with a layup. Barry added two more with free throws and rattled in another 3-pointer, putting the Spurs ahead 57-38 at the break.

Parker had 17 in the half, with seven of those coming in the last 1:41. He was followed by Duncan and Barry, each with 11. Wade led the Heat with 13 in the half.

The league's crackdown on complaining was in effect, with the Heat's Gary Payton getting a technical foul in the second for complaining about one given to Wade just moments earlier.

Two buckets from Wade in a 36-second span of the third cut the Heat's deficit to 14. But Duncan and Ginobili had eight points apiece in the period, helping San Antonio take a 23-point heading to the last period.

Miami got no closer than 19 in the final quarter, even after both coaches pulled their starters.

Notes: Both of San Antonio's losses are at home. The Spurs are 6-0 on the road. ... O'Neal is out four to six weeks after knee surgery.


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SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Tim Duncan scored 19 points, and Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili each added 17 in the San Antonio Spurs ' 106-86 victory over the Miami Heat on Wednesday night.

Brent Barry had 15 points and Beno Udrih 13 for the Spurs, who had an easy time against a Heat team that remains without Shaquille O'Neal.

Dwyane Wade scored 18 points for the Heat. Earl Barron added 15 and Alonzo Mourning had 10.

The Spurs led for all but 20 seconds of the first quarter and were ahead 19-18 in the second before blowing open the game.

San Antonio extended the lead to 10 midway through the quarter with two 3-pointers from Barry and help from Duncan, who was left smiling after he missed an easy dunk but got the rebound and added two points with a layup. Barry added two more with free throws and rattled in another 3-pointer, putting the Spurs ahead 57-38 at the break.

Parker had 17 in the half, with seven of those coming in the last 1:41. He was followed by Duncan and Barry, each with 11. Wade led the Heat with 13 in the half.

The league's crackdown on complaining was in effect, with the Heat's Gary Payton getting a technical foul in the second for complaining about one given to Wade just moments earlier.

Two buckets from Wade in a 36-second span of the third cut the Heat's deficit to 14. But Duncan and Ginobili had eight points apiece in the period, helping San Antonio take a 23-point heading to the last period.

Miami got no closer than 19 in the final quarter, even after both coaches pulled their starters.

Notes: Both of San Antonio's losses are at home. The Spurs are 6-0 on the road. ... O'Neal is out four to six weeks after knee surgery.


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 Post subject: SPURS 98, SONICS 78
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SEATTLE (AP) - Tony Parker scored 12 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, and the San Antonio Spurs improved upon the best road start in franchise history with a 98-78 win over the Seattle SuperSonics on Sunday night.

The Spurs improved to 7-0 on the road and are the only unbeaten road team left in the NBA. San Antonio is the fourth team in the last 10 years to start 7-0 or better on the road. The Spurs will be tested twice more on their current three-game road trip - Monday night at Golden State and Wednesday in Utah.

Tim Duncan added 18 points and 16 rebounds and Fabricio Oberto had 16 points for the Spurs, who have won 12 straight regular-season road games dating to the end of last season.

Ray Allen led Seattle with 21 points and Nick Collison added 15 off the bench.

With the Sonics' defense focused on stopping Parker and Duncan, Oberto dominated his matchup with Seattle's Johan Petro , scoring San Antonio's first 10 points of the second half. Oberto scored off perfect passes from Duncan and Parker, then knocked down a 9-foot jumper as the shot clock expired to give the Spurs a 57-41 lead two minutes into the half.

Even with Seattle's defense doing its best to slow Duncan, the eight-time All-Star made team history. He became the third Spurs' player to eclipse 15,000 points in his career, joining David Robinson and George Gervin. Duncan needed 10 points, and reached 15,000 when Collison was called for goaltending on Duncan's short jumper with 2:05 left in the first half.

The Spurs were without Manu Ginobili , bothered by a lower back contusion suffered in the third quarter of Friday's loss against Dallas. Brent Barry picked up some of the scoring slack with all 12 of his points in the first half.

Down eight to start the fourth quarter, Seattle scored eight of the first 11 points to pull within 74-71. Parker then re-emerged, scoring 10 points in a 13-2 run that turned the close game into a rout.

Luke Ridnour added 11 for Seattle, including a basket from his knees in the third quarter. Ridnour lost his footing driving into the lane, gained control of the ball and tossed in a 5-footer. But Rashard Lewis was quiet, held to a season-low eight points, 15 below his average.

The 78 points were a season-low for Seattle.

Notes: Seattle fell to 2-5 at home. ... Spurs' coach Gregg Popovich doesn't expect Ginobili to play Monday in Golden State, but is hopeful he'll be ready for Wednesday's game in Utah. ... Two other teams in the last 10 years started 7-0 on the road - Dallas in 2002 and Indiana in 2003. Houston started 8-0 in 1996. The NBA record is held by the New York Knicks , who won their first 12 to start the 1969-70 season.


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SPURS ON A BACK-to-BACK LOSS

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SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 29 (AP) -- The Utah Jazz kept their losing streak brief by getting back to what got them off to the best start in the NBA.

The score was close and the shooting wasn't good for either team, but the Jazz dominated San Antonio in rebounding and beat the Spurs 83-75 Wednesday.

The Jazz seemed to corral almost every missed shot - and there were plenty of them - and outrebounded San Antonio 50-34 while beating the Spurs for the first time since April 2005.

``I repeat it every time: We've got to get our boards because that was they key to tonight's game,'' said Andrei Kirilenko, who had nine rebounds for Utah. ``They missed lots of shots. We didn't let them get the second chances.''

Carlos Boozer led the Jazz with 23 points and 16 rebounds and Matt Harpring added 13 points and 12 boards. Deron Williams finished with 15 points and nine assists.

After starting the season 12-1, the Jazz were coming off consecutive losses to Golden State and Orlando, getting outrebounded in both games. It was the one area they controlled all night Wednesday and it helped make up for a sluggish start, when the Spurs pulled ahead by 10 in the second quarter.

The Jazz had 16 offensive rebounds to seven for the Spurs.

``We got ourselves into a hole tonight and fortunately we were able to fight back out of it,'' Jazz coach Jerry Sloan said.

Tim Duncan had 21 points and 10 rebounds for San Antonio, which lost for the third time in four games and shot 39.7 percent (29-for-73) from the field.

Source: http://www.nba.com/games/20061129/SASUTA/recap.html

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OUR TEAM ARE IN A PUNK RIGHT NOW...INCIDENTALLY, MANU GINOBILI HAS BEEN OUT FOR THE LAST 9 QUARTERS...AND THE SPURS CAN'T SHOW ANY WIN ON THOSE GAMES...

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This are going to be the official San Antonio Spurs thread...

Any topics are welcome with regards to the 3 time world champion Spurs...

Season updates, box scores, trades, and other relevant issues will be posted here...


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Goodluck to our team... San Antonio SPURS :celebrate:


SCREW THE SPUSS!!!!! LAKERS AND KB24 ALL THE WAY!!!!!
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Mojazz wrote:
This are going to be the official San Antonio Spurs thread...

Any topics are welcome with regards to the 3 time world champion Spurs...

Season updates, box scores, trades, and other relevant issues will be posted here...


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Goodluck to our team... San Antonio SPURS :celebrate:


SCREW THE SPUSS!!!!! LAKERS AND KB24 ALL THE WAY!!!!!
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YOU MUST BE AN ***** LAKER FAN.. I KNOW THERE ARE MILLIONS OF YOU HERE. BUT LETS BE SPORTS, GO TO YOUR SORRY TEAM'S THREAD OKEY YOU MOTHER ....KBRAPIST FAN?

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Spurs Win Despite Kings’ Improbable Comeback

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SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 2 (AP) -- The San Antonio Spurs were happy to come away with a victory.

Bruce Bowen scored a season-high 23 points and San Antonio held off a surge by the Sacramento Kings Saturday night to eke out a 100-98 victory.

But with a nearly 10-point lead both at the half and at the end of the third period, the Spurs faced a difficult fourth quarter when they were outscored by the Kings 27-20.

"I'm glad we won the game,'' said Tim Duncan. "To give up almost 25 points a quarter and almost 100 in the game is not what we want to do.''

Tony Parker, who scored 18 of his 20 points in the first half, echoed Duncan's assessment.

"It was an ugly win and we'll take it,'' said Parker, who also had five of his team's 18 turnovers. "But we definitely need to go back (and) do some more practice and try to play better.''

Bowen hit six 3-pointers as the Spurs went 11-of-22 from behind the arc. Duncan added 18 points and 11 boards.

"It's about doing whatever you can to get victories,'' said a decidedly humble Bowen. "When the ball is moving for us we get guys open shots and that's what we want.''

Kevin Martin led the Kings with 30 points and John Salmons added a season-high 20.

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