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Season 48, Game 43 San Antonio 109, Denver 99 27-16, 7th in the West The “Oh Yeah, Kawhi is really important to this team” reminder tour rolls on. While the game was ragged at times, and the Spurs struggled to pull away and then put them away, Kawhi Leonard was again a monster in this game. Even when his shot isn’t going down, he does so many overwhelmingly positive things…

Season 48, Game 41 San Antonio 110, Portland 96 25-16, 7th in the West Welcome to your title defense, San Antonio Spurs. It only took half the season, but the championship hangover seems to have subsided, and the injury bug is packing his bags and moving on to his next stop. (Knock on wood.) This game is the first game we’ve gotten of the full roster (well, minus Marco, but…

Season 48, Game 42 San Antonio 89, Utah 69 26-16, 7th in the West If last Wednesday’s win against Charlotte was a “hatewatch”, Sunday’s win against the Jazz was a “lovewatch”. While stretches of this game were offensively offensive, there’s still an aesthetic beauty to this team that wasn’t present a week ago. (Author’s note: due to blackout restrictions, I still haven’t seen the Blazers game, but will recap it…

I mean, at this point, what else is there really to say? If you are like me, you probably spend most of your time during the course of a Spurs basketball game watching through one eye, gritting your teeth, slamming the remote on the ground, yelling at the TV, checking Twitter to see if someone has a magic formula and, basically, pulling your hair out to match Manu’s. Needless to…

In our first episode of 2015, Stephen, Noriel, and I discuss: the worst December in Tim Duncan’s career why we’re still optimistic about the Spurs’ chances which Spurs best player has performed best with Kawhi and Tony injured why the Pistons have improved and the Hawks are on a roll Let us know what you think in the comment section below or on the Spurs Dynasty Facebook page. Until next…

Season 48, Game 40 San Antonio 98, Charlotte 93 24-16, 7th in the West The Spurs won, so the end result  felt good. And Manu played brilliantly, and probably saved the game for us multiple times. (Though, in Manu fashion, even the moments of greatness were sprinkled with those ‘bad Manu’ moments that make you scratch your head; it’s the price of admission for Manu.) Beyond that, I’m not sure…

Season 48, Game 39 Washington 101, San Antonio 93 23-16, 7th in the West This was the best thing that happened to the Spurs in Washington, D.C. You should watch it. It’s really good. (And Tim Duncan doesn’t wear a tie to the White House to meet the President?! I don’t even know what to call that, but that’s a man’s move.) Even had the Spurs beaten the Wizards, the…

Season 48, Game 38 San Antonio 108, Minnesota 93 23-15, 7th in the West Last night was one of those “good for what ails you” games, a welcome respite from the gauntlet that is the Western Conference. I’m not sure too much can be drawn from the game (Austin Daye did go for 22 and 10, after all), but the team didn’t crap the bed in the final minutes against…

Season 48, Game 37 San Antonio 100, Phoenix 95 22-15, 7th in the West That was a sight for sore eyes. The Spurs (mostly) hit their free throws down the stretch. (Cory missed 3 of 4 in one critical stretch, but Green hit 4 in a row and Joseph hit 2 late to seal it.) The Spurs (kind of) executed offensively down the stretch, running their sets crisply, moving the…

Portland Trailblazers, Memphis Grizzlies, Portland Trailblazers, Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Clippers, Oklahoma City Thunder, New Orleans Pelicans, Houston Rockets, Memphis Grizzlies, New Orleans Pelicans. Those are your Spurs’ last 10 opponents, folks. Results: 4 wins, 6 losses. Last month the Spurs played 18 games in total. Most were against likely playoff teams. Most were played without Kawhi Leonard or Tony Parker. Overall, it was the worst December of Tim Duncan’s…