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For what it’s worth, Kenny Smith ranks the Spurs best in the West, followed by Phoenix, Dallas, Utah, Houston, Denver, Los Angeles and Oakland. They really didn’t add much to their team. Why? Because the foreign legion team of Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and Tim Duncan is still the best. (Yes, Duncan is from the Virgin Islands, but they’re foreign to me!) Depth, youth and experience makes them the blueprint…

Hard to believe it’s October already. Football is in full swing, major league baseball is in the post season and our San Antonio Spurs opened their training camp on Tuesday. Not much to report on the first week of camp, except that Beno Udrih broke his finger yesterday. “It’s really bad for him, because we’d talked about getting him minutes,” coach Gregg Popovich said. “Tony was going to start out…

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It’s been a quiet summer here at SpursDynasty.com. Besides the signing of Ian Mahinmi, the release of Vassilis Spanoulis, Tony Parker’s wedding and his play in EuroBasket (including 36 and 31 points against Italy and Slovenia, respectively), our Spurs have stayed out of the news. It’s been quiet because none of our players: stabbed a man in the neck at a Manhattan nightspot saw their father indicted for possession of…

San Antonio Spurs mascot “The Coyote” is up for induction into the Mascot Hall of Fame and currently leads New York Mets mascot “Mr Met.” But The New York Post has thrown down the gauntlet, calling our beloved mascot a “wimp” and “mangy.” Voting ends at 12pm today, so don’t delay. Click here to vote. Click here to see The Coyote Highlight Video. UPDATE: I just got off the phone…

In case you missed it, Charlie Rose interviewed Steve Nash last week. Nash talked about his career and the NBA and gave thoughtful, intelligent and articulate answers to Rose’s questions, including a few that might be of interest to SpursDynasty readers. ROSE: Who do you admire? I mean, who has skills that stun you?NASH: Well, as a point guard, I love Jason Kidd. I think he has a great feel…

What should we make of the Spurs signing SG/SF Ime Udoka (pronounced EE-may you-DOE-kuh)? Blazers fans aren’t happy about it. Spurs fans are generally pleased. It wasn’t an impulse buy — RC Buford called Udoka’s agent as soon as NBA rules allowed, so you know it was in the works for awhile. (I know, I know, like the Spurs ever make impulse buys.) Udoka’s work ethic and defensive abilities have…

No, not the mess that is the NBA referee gambling crisis (sadly, Donaghy’s last game was reffing Game 3 of the Spurs-Suns, and NO, that doesn’t mean the Spurs didn’t win that series… sorry you embittered Suns fans, but NBA ref conspiracies involve a long line of legitimate complaints, so take a number and get to the back of a very, very long line). No, not the mess that is…

I’ll admit it: the Luis Scola and Jackie Butler for Vassilis Spanoulis trade never made much sense to me. Trading Butler made sense. Back in January, I asked SpursDynasty readers, “Who should the Spurs trade?” The top choices were Beno Udrih, Eric Williams and Jackie Butler – no surprises there. But why give up the rights to Luis Scola? Scola is “generally regarded as one of the best players in…

From The Onion: SAN ANTONIO—Following a Spurs Sunday victory parade during which Tim Duncan regaled the crowd with uncharacteristically exuberant exclamations of “Thank you very much” and “Please, there’s no need to make so much noise,” the normally reserved power forward expressed his appreciation for his fans by speaking at length on the importance of being financially prepared in an increasingly uncertain world. “I can’t tell you how much I…