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Looks like Dirk Diggler No-wits is crying (not that Erick “Contract Year” Dampier ain’t)…from the AP: “Dirk Nowitzki even got embarrassed enough to draw a technical foul while sitting on the bench. Nowitzki became visibly frustrated in the third quarter, flattening Davis for an offensive foul before comically swatting a loose ball out of a cameraman’s hands in his fury. Monta Ellis scored eight points and made a spectacular move…

Game 62 @ Sacramento: Spurs 100, Kings 93 What. The. Fuck. We had the perfect set-up. A) A Thursday night game on TNT.B) Charles Barkley’s the biggest Ginobili fan on the planet who isn’t gay, an Argentine, a gay Argentine or me.C) Manu’s having the best sustained stretch of his career outside of the otherwordly ’05 Playoffs.D) Ron “Boom Boom” Artest wasn’t going to be in the building. He’s the…

Tony makes an off-balance layup in traffic.

Game 60 @ Los Angeles: Spurs 88, Clippers 74 Wheeee. I had to venture out to the sports bar once again because the Clippers are always blacked out where I live, so I was already kinda grumpy and the dullness of the game did little to make me feel any better. Plus I had to record “Heroes” and watch it way later. God I’m such a spoiled Spurs fan. Bitching…

In his latest rankings, Steve Kerr writes what we’ve been saying for awhile now at SpursDynasty. They’ve been lying in the weeds all season. Most fans have forgotten all about them. The Dallas Mavericks are so far ahead of them in the standings that they have no shot at a division title. Quietly though, the San Antonio Spurs have put together their best stretch of the season, winning eight straight…

Greetings, fellow enlightened Spurs fans. I, Bramlet, have emerged from my sacred nook of Spurs contemplation and voodoo to issue SpursDynasty fatwas on two individuals who have earned the wrath of all those who truly love our Spurs. 1. Public Enemy #1A: Matt “Superfluous Mucus” Guokas You fucked with the wrong team, Mr. Guokas. As a Spurs fan in exile, I have the misfortune of being unable to listen to…

Spurs’ victory over the Rockettes, by the numbers: the San Antonio Spurs won their season-high eighth straight game 13 points and eight rebounds came from Francisco Elson The win clinched San Antonio’s 10th straight winning road season. The Lakers and Celtics are the only other NBA teams to have accomplished that.

Game 58 Vs. Orlando: Spurs 98, Magic 74This post will be a little different. No weird tangents, no amusing anecdotes, no lewd jokes. Just cold hard math this time. The Spurs aren’t fucking around anymore boys and girls, so why should I? This game was the most encouraging sign yet that we might make some noise this May (and dare I suggest, June). We had 45 points with eight minutes…

Don’t look now, but the Spurs are playing very well, with a season-high six straight wins. Check out Michael’s post-game rant, if you haven’t already. Except for the Mavericks, no other team currently has a longer winning streak. And the Spurs have the third best record in the league, but I’m trying to temper my excitement, unlike some fans who bought into ESPN’s John Hollinger’s recent Power Rankings.

Game 56 Vs. Seattle: Spurs 102, Supersonics 71 Great googly moogly are we playing well right now. This is definitely our best little stretch of the whole season and as down as I’ve been about the club as recently as three weeks ago, I’ve got to admit that it looks like we’re in the nascent stages of another patented March-April blitz through the Association. The big three are all scoring…