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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…

First of all, I never promised to be insightful or intelligent. That’s a bald faced lie and I demand that you apologize. In the words of T.O., “DON’T YOU DISRESPECT ME LIKE THAT.” Secondly, I’ve got some big news, for me anyway. I’m going to be in this month’s DIME Magazine, the one with T-Mac on the cover. They came up with the idea of having NBA bloggers do their…

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…