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Greetings from San Diego! Yeah, I’m back here in this Republican Aryan paradise for yet another semester of skoolin’. If I don’t graduate this semester my whole family will disown me, so I’ve got to start cracking down on my Espanol. I think I need to put an accent on the “o” or something but I’m too lazy to figure out the keyboard code to do that right now. What…

“(The Spurs) are not the same team. I look for them to make a trade because they are missing something. They need to make a trade to get more speed and athleticism. Dallas has definitely overtaken San Antonio as the team to beat in the West.”–Charles Barkley on TNT, January 15, 2007 I usually agree with Sir Charles, and I think he’s right on both points. The Spurs are missing…

Thanks to the guys over at FanHouse for this video.

Spurs legend David Robinson was awarded the National Civil Rights Museum’s Sports Legacy Award this evening for his philanthropy. David had this to say: “This is truly a blessing. To even be mentioned in the same phrase as Martin Luther King is a humbling experience. But we are trying. We are at the beginning stages of our efforts to really make a change and make an impact in our society.”…

Game 37 @ Denver: Spurs 92, Nuggets 83 I usually don’t write about the odd numbered games here, but since my posting schedule has gotten all out of whack, I’ll add a couple of quick notes about this one just so y’all don’t think I’ve up and quit on you. I’ll write more extensively after the Wizards game on Saturday and get back to my regular routine. I swear to…

Game 36 vs. Portland: Spurs 98, Blazers 84Record: 25-11 Last 10: 5-5 Call it however you like: “Spurs cruise past Blazers.” “Spurs Get Back to Winning Ways at Home.” “Duncan leads balanced attack as San Antonio Spurs defeat Blazers 98-84.” I call it a win. The “winning ways at home” headline will likely get the most traction in tomorrow’s papers, but I’ll go with the “balanced attack” headline as my…

The SpursDynasty staff had a rare opportunity to watch a game together Wednesday night, game 33 against the Timberwolves, and the Spurs lost. It was their second consecutive loss, and they went on to lose a third against the Mavericks on Friday night. The Spurs led by three going into the fourth, and then things unravelled. I’ll leave the post-game analysis to Michael, but it was hard to watch the…

Game 32 @ Cleveland: Cavaliers 82, Spurs 78 Dammit. Only 32 games, and already the dream is dead. As you may know, it was my very ambitious goal for this club to beat everybody in the regular season at least once, but now it’s not going to happen. One would think that the feat wouldn’t be that hard for a team of the Spurs caliber, especially since everyone in the…

Michael will have more to say about Game 32 — last night’s loss to the Cavaliers — but I’ve been wondering if its a coincidence that these pictures of LeBron and a topless poolside hottie surfaced yesterday, right before the game.

This from the National Ledger: NBA star Tony Parker must feel as he just drove the lane on Shaq. The handsome San Antonio Spurs guard has been rejected by his pint-sized wife to be, according to a published report. Eva Longoria, the same gal that struts in high-definition in skimpy outfits on ABC has reportedly called for a nude shut down. No strippers, no cigars and no alcohol. The 24-year-old…