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Elizabeth White writes for the Associated Press: Spurs guard Tony Parker said Friday the finger he broke last month while preparing for the world championships is “100 percent.” “I’m fully healed, 100 percent, the bone is back to normal,” Parker said. “The doctors told me I can go as hard as we can and practice normally.” “Everybody’s got to go through Dallas until somebody beats them,” Spurs general manager R.C….

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As of yesterday, SpursDynasty is a year old. Whoopty-fuckin’-doo. (Or is that “whoopty-fuckin’-DO”? Based on the results of this Google search and this Google search, the Internet consensus seems to be “doo.” I’ll go with the wisdom of crowds on this one.) “RursRynasty, a rear rold? Roopty-Ruckin’-ROOOOOOO!” We here at SpursDynasty started with a humble dream: to express our passion for the Spurs creatively, justify our obsession by having something…

I grew up reading San Antonio sports columnist Buck Harvey. Buck was the main reason why, as a kid, I always read the Sports section first. For more than 20 years, he has shared his gift for putting things into perspective, and focusing on overlooked details which are often of great importance. I know Manu Ginobili had a history of winning, but as always, Buck puts things into perspective better…

Gen. Robert McDermott passed away Monday. He was a combat pilot, college dean, insurance executive and professional sports-franchise investor. We have McDermott to thank for keeping the Spurs in San Antonio and for bringing Gregg Popovich to town, and for letting Pop do his job. McDermott will not be forgotten by Spurs fans like us. Buck Harvey writes: They’d never really talked until the interview. Robert McDermott didn’t really know…

Hi. Hello there! Like the other three amigos on SpursDynasty, I feverishly follow the last honorable professional sports club in America. Why do I like them? Well, I just kinda sorta climbed aboard the David Robinson train in 1989. (Please note that the phrase “climb aboard the David Robinson train” would take on a decidedly different meaning among NBA groupies from 1990-1993.) I liked that a 7 foot dude could…

I’m happy to see that Manu, Fabricio, Beno, Luis, and yes, even Rasho, are putting up big numbers in the World Championships. I’m even happier that Bruce and Tony are not playing at all. From FOX Sports: Manu Ginobili scored 28 points to help make up for Argentina’ 1-for-18 3-point shooting in a 79-62 win over New Zealand. Ginobili, who plays for the NBA’s San Antonio Spurs, made Argentina’s only…

As much I wanted to see Bruce get the respect that he deserves, and have a Spur in a U.S. uniform, I was relieved to see that Bowen was the final cut for the U.S. Basketball team. For five months, USA Basketball officials pointed to Bruce Bowen as the type of role player they needed on their team. So it came as a bit of a surprise when the Americans…

MSNBC Contributor Sam Smith weighs in on the great job that Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski is doing with Team USA, and includes some funny remarks about our favorite NBA coach. I probably would have gone with San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich. He served his apprenticeship well. Not because the U.S. team won a bronze medal in the 2004 Olympics when he was an assistant. But can you imagine how…

MONDAY, JULY 24: DAL vs. SAS (FROM 7/14) WEDNESDAY, JULY 26: SAS vs. ATL (FROM 7/17) SATURDAY, JULY 29: DAL vs. SAS (FROM 7/20) SUNDAY, JULY 30: SAS vs. UTA (FROM 7/21) Thanks to Solid D for the info. The games should all be repeated multiple times, in case you miss the first broadcast. I watched a good chunk of the 7/14 game last night to scout out the Spurs’…