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From Yahoo Sports Parker converted 11 layups and scored 28 points in San Antonio’s 93-83 win over Memphis on Monday. Parker, the NBA leader in points in the paint, shot 12-for-13 from the field and rebounded his only miss for a layup. He also hit all four of his free-throw attempts. Parker is shooting 54.4 percent from the field and averaging a career-high 19.4 points per game. His output against…

What the Spurs play, and the talented (and unfortunately injury depleted… oh wait a minute… Damon “Minnie Mouse” Stoudamire said Avery Johnson would “never lead a team to an NBA championship” then Bill Clinton hosted the champion Spurs and mocked Stoudamire – whump!) Memphis Grizzlies do not play…. CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL There are tiers of hoops. The Heat, Grizzlies, Suns, Pacers… all play Tier 2 hoops. The Spurs and Pistons do…

Here is an excerpt from a conversation that took place between TNT announcers Dick Stockton, John Thompson and Reggie Miller during tonight’s game between the San Antonio Spurs and Memphis Grizzlies (3:17 left in the second quarter): STOCKTON: So Nazr Mohammed on the free throw line. At the end of the year and through the playoffs, he was the starting Center for the San Antonio Spurs. Came over in the…

Memo to all of the Spurs’ big men except Timmy: This is called boxing out. It’s really important, especially against the team that kicked our asses just a couple of weeks ago. I guess we need to send you guys to training camp with the Leola High School Girls’ Basketball Team. Seriously, I didn’t see the game, but I’m guessing the problem is that the Spurs’ defensive system, which relies…

Back in December, SpursDynasty brought you an exclusive on Pop’s first “This team is soft” speech of the year. It looks like he brought it out again after last night’s win against the Nets, currently the hottest team in the league, having won 10 straight until last night. From SpursReport.com Even after ending the NBA’s longest winning streak, the San Antonio Spurs got nothing but criticism from their coach. Tim…

From the San Francisco Chronicle: A celebrity by virtue of his height, Pakistan’s tallest man, 7-foot-8 Naseer Soomro, draws a crowd in Shikarpur, where he hopes to buy a cow. Muslims around the world celebrate Eid-al-Adha by slaughtering sheep, goats, cows and camels to commemorate Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son on God’s command. The meat is given to the poor.

The Nets look to take it right in the breadbasket tonight when they bring their cutesy 10-0 streak into San Antonio. Vince Carter is scoring a lot. Awwww…. how adorable! Jason Kidd stopped slapping Joumana around long enough to get some assists in a tough win over the Craptors (who lost to the Israelis, mind you). But tonight they get a healthy dose of Championship Defense at the fierce hands…

I can’t say I blame him. He’s already had an Olympic experience and it wasn’t exactly memorable. “I am about 95 percent sure my FIBA career is over,” Duncan said, using the acronym for the sport’s international governing body. “Fiba sucks,” he mumbled. “I’ll try not to share my experiences with anyone.” Manu has likely given him endless shit for losing to his Argentine team in 2004. (The US almost…

It’s time, loyal readers, for the Inaugural SpursDynasty 2005 CHUMP (of the)Y(ear) Award. Every year, there are athletes, especially NBA players, who are, in a word, chumps. There are many candidates for the CHUMPY Award, of course, so we’re here to let you know just which overpaid, adolescent minded, primadonna clown was the worst team cancer or societal blight in 2005. So let’s go over the candidates and their qualifications,…

It’s January and the San Antonio Spurs are exactly where we expected them to be — first place in the Western Conference. The Spurs have now won three games in a row, seven out of their last 10, and are on track to win 60-plus games this year. And had it not been for an injury to superstar Manu Ginobili, the Spurs would likely have beaten their best 20-game start…