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I know SpursDynasty has been quiet as the Spurs ended the most successful regular season in the franchise’s history, but stay tuned, folks. The title defense begins tomorrow, and we here at SpursDynasty have a lot to say. Check back later today for the opening salvos in our 2006 Playoff Campaign.

There will be no Hall of Fame induction for former Spur Alvin Robertson, not ever. This despite the fact that he is one of only 4 players to record a quadruple-double. Too bad. Since he first bounded onto the basketball court as a Spurs guard in 1984, Alvin Robertson rarely has allowed obstacles to impede him. The ex-Spurs star with a troubled past has breached multiple barriers. One of the…

Ok, not yet, but today’s announcement by the NBA makes it likely that he’ll at least be on the roster during this year’s playoffs. NBA postseason rosters will expand to 13 this season, with teams deactivating one player before each game. This will be the first time teams will be allowed to make changes during the playoffs. In the past, they had to stick with the same 12-man roster throughout…

Timmy has been slowed recently, not only by plantar fasciitis but also by a bout with the flu, so it was breathtaking to watch him reassert himself as a dominating presence in the Spurs’ victory over the Grizzlies on Sunday. He took over the game in the 4th quarter, both offensively and defensively, getting key baskets and making key stops on Pau Gasol in the clutch. That is the TD…

As I am too disgusted by the events of the last 24 hours for any sustained commentary on the current state of the Spurs, I present for you, the fortunate few who know about SpursDynasty, another edition of “Bramlet’s Giblets.” In this edition I will present a number of recent Spurs-related articles that I have deemed to be of interest to the serious Spurs fan, as a distraction from painful…

“You’re only asking for more wrath” – Homer J Simpson Oh, Sacto, Sacto, Sacto. They beat us down in our own gym. It wasn’t pretty. I have a feeling that the Mavs are going to get some frustration taken out on them. Prior to that, the team has been on a tear. Get this – we were doubling the Jizz in both points AND FG% halfway through the 2nd quarter….

Here it is, the thing you didn’t know that you’ve been waiting for (but trust me, you have – the bug I planted in your brain tells me so): the first installment of “Bramlet’s Giblets,” a new series of posts about miscellaneous Spurs and NBA tidbits and other random viscera that I intend to put up when I don’t have time to work on something more substantial. Here is a…

From the Seattle Times: MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Ray Allen took no joy after the NBA issued a $10,000 fine to San Antonio’s Bruce Bowen after he kicked the Sonics guard in the back on Sunday. However, it appears Allen may have helped pursude Stu Jackson, the NBA’s vice president of basketball operations, into assessing the fine. “When we landed in Memphis I called Stu and asked him if he saw…

Los Angeles Clippers guard Cuttino Mobley had this to say about Tony Parker after the Spurs beat them in Los Angeles. “Tony’s a really good player, but their offense is so easy to run,” said. “You dribble it down, you give it to Tim, and those guys are knocking shots down and making plays. That team is deep enough that it’s OK. “If you miss Tim Duncan, then there’s a…

Reading Bramlet’s post about Bob Hill (“Revenge of the Bitches”) reminded me that for Coach Popovich the regular season has always been prelude to the post season that starts in April. Bob Hill didn’t get that in 1996 and I doubt he gets it now. Speaking of the post season, there are just 12 games left for the Spurs in the regular season. And 5 of those games are matchups…