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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…

“This is the worst defensive team we’ve had here in the last seven to eight years. Our players need to make up their minds … that (defense) is what wins games for us, or if they want to make summer plans.”–Gregg Popovich after the Spurs’ 114-107 loss to Milwaukee

I caught this item during the Mavericks-Suns game on TNT tonight, the results of the text message question of the night … Who’s going to win the West? Suns  52% Mavericks  35% Other  8% Spurs  5% It’s natural that TNT viewers would favor the two teams that they were watching when asked the question, but I’m surprised they picked the Suns over the Mavs. Maybe it’s because they recently had…

Game 29 vs. Milwaukee: Bucks 114, Spurs 107Record: 21-8 Last 10: 8-2 Michael Redd had 36 points and Mo Williams had 23 against the Spurs tonight. Manu Ginobili and Brent Barry missed the game because of a stomach flu. Even so, this is a game the Spurs could have won. What is stomach flu? I can’t recall ever being told by a doctor that I had “stomach flu,” or hearing…

At long last, the Spurs are once again leading the Western Conference. And while no one was paying attention to the hapless East, where a 10-13 record is good enough to be the best in the Atlantic division, the Pistons are now in first, too. Seems like old times, eh? But first in the East is only good enough for sixth in Steve Kerr’s latest power rankings. Kerr finds it…

Game 24 at New Orleans/Oklahoma City: Spurs 103, Hornets 77 I haven’t written here for a while. In my defense I’m tremendously lazy. Also, I think I almost had a heart attack a week ago. I had already been up 32 consecutive hours between 9 AM Thursday and 5 PM Friday, writing two term papers, having lunch with my newspaper editor and working before I discovered that I still wasn’t…

Which Spur would you most like to see play more minutes? Jackie Butler Eric Williams Jacque Vaughn Matt Bonner Beno Udrih Robert Horry Francisco Elson Fabricio Oberto Michael Finley Brent Barry Manu Ginobili Bruce Bowen Tony Parker Tim Duncan See Results

Where the hell have you been, Dingo? In Hawai’i, actually. Thanks for asking. The waves on Oahu’s North Shore were perfect for the Rip Curl Pro Pipeline Masters. And I was fortunate to see U2 and Pearl Jam at Aloha Stadium the night before the Honolulu Marathon, which I decided not to run this year. Maybe in 2007. So what did I miss? Lots, it appears. The Spurs have gone…