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Game 4: @ New York: Spurs 105, Knicks 93 Already this back-to-back junk is getting real old. We just played one of the three or four worst teams in the league -and barely won. We made ten more three pointers than them -and barely won. We shot 83% from the FT line –and barely won. Our point guard matched his season total in assists in this one game –and barely…

The guy will never be an All-Star, but Fabricio “Oh Boy!” Oberto showed some of his potential in helping to save the Spurs’ asses en route to a comeback win over the Raptors. I think his performance (12 points, 9 rebounds, and double-digit instances of general badassness) convinced even more people that the Spurs’ FO knew what they were doing when they made their frontcourt moves this summer. He looked…

Well, there goes the dream of an undefeated season. The Spurs got whupped on by Cleveland up, down, and sideways. How thorough was the beating? Well, the Cavs shot it better from the field, from downtown, and from the line. I think they even had more dunks. In fact I’m sure of it. Also, they out rebounded us, both offensively and overall, had more steals, more blocks, fewer turnovers, and…

Yes, the Spurs got spanked on their own floor by LeBron and Co. last night. But despite that ugly fact, it’s a good day to be a Spurs fan. Of course, the astute and loyal fan will ask, “When is it not?” The astute and loyal fan is a smartass. Of course it’s always a good day to be a Spurs fan—my stating it is merely a rhetorical flourish to…

There were four stories in Dallas last night … 1. Josh Howard committed assualt and battery on Bruce Bowen Howard was called for a flagrant foul on Spurs tough-guy Bruce Bowen (“A situation happened where I got to protect myself,” Howard said) … 2. Francisco Elson stuffed Erick Dampier … and Elson got a technical for taunting when he shrieked after a dunk (“All I did was scream!” he protested…

For what its worth, the NBA has posted results of its annual preseason GM survey. Here is all you need to know. Which team will win NBA Finals 2007? San Antonio 43% Dallas Mavericks 29% Miami Heat 14% Others receiving votes: Minnesota, Phoenix, Orlando Which team will win the Western Conference? San Antonio Spurs 50% Dallas Mavericks 39% Other receiving votes: Phoenix, Minnesota Which team will win the Southwest Division?…

I’ll have to take these sentiments by Bramlet in order so I don’t lose my train of thought… First and foremost, I have to declare that I am 99.9% certain that at no time this season or any subsequent seasons will you ever catch me pining for ‘Sho or T-Rex. They both had their moments of… well greatness isn’t the word certainly, but let’s just say moments of adequateness. In…

Before we get the glorious new NBA season underway – a season in which, ***spoiler alert***, the Spurs will once again reclaim the NBA crown after a failed title defense, I have a couple of things to get off my chest and out of my craw. The first and more minor issue is the Nazr- and Rasho-bashing that so many Spurs fans engaged in all summer. Are they flawed players…

John Hollinger of ESPN.com says that on a per 40 minutes basis, that Jackie Butler is the 6th best center in the NBA and Beno Udrih is the 23rd best point guard. Frankly, this kind of thing has me upset already and the season hasn’t started yet. Whenever the bench struggles behind the play of Findog, Roho, Bonner, Elson and Bones we’re going to have stupid ammunition to fire at…

Ok, so this has nothing to do with our San Antonio Spurs, but I had to share this, um, interesting news. Take a deep breath, and get ready for the latest in Gilbertology: Washington Wizards point guard Gilbert Arenas is thinning the air in his house. “I had my house converted to the Colorado altitude, so I am always above sea level,” Arenas said Monday at the Wizards annual pre-training…