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I’m not sure anyone in Wisconsin is aware that basketball season has started yet. I won’t tell if you won’t. Here’s the exciting PtR Game 7 recap.

Game 6: Spurs 97, Hornets 85 Before I begin, just apologies all around for the lateness of this. I work like crazy from Fridays through Mondays at the bar and I’m usually too exhausted when I come home to do anything. I’ve been pulled over late at night by the cops two nights in a row now, once because they thought I was drunk and speeding and once because they…

Will Michael’s luck improve in Reno? Will he retaliate against that idiot 3rd baseman? Will he rant about Manu? Will there be any kind words for Hollinger or those “nitwits at ESPN?” You’ll have to read Michael’s Game 5 recap to find out.

Hello there, my pretties. As you’re no doubt aware, I’ve missed recapping the past two games because of my Reno sojourn, so in order to fulfill my contractual obligations to both PtR and Spurs Dynasty (which means I can’t post the same stuff, in it’s original format, in both places) I’m just going to write one long blog and break it up in two. Part I will be the Rockets…

Matthew has a great take on Manu Ginobili over at Pounding the Rock, “What’s Gotten Into Manu?” with a YouTube clip of Manu dunking on Yao Ming. I prefer this edit. You get to watch Manu in all his glorious sickness. “I think everybody is in a state of shock over that one. Unbelievable. That was filthy, nasty, everything all wrapped into one. Look at this, he just climbs the…

Game 3: Spurs 96, Kings 80 Three games in the can and our Spurs are off to their first 3-0 start since the 2000-2001 season, when they finished 58-24, the best record in the league. Talk about a misleading stat, though. We’ve won at least 58 games in each of the past seven seasons except one, when we won 57. Does anyone at SpursDynasty think the Spurs will win fewer…

Game 2: Spurs 104, Grizzlies 101 This may come as a shock, but no, I will not use this recap as a forum to give one Manu Ginobili the proverbial reach around for yet another brilliant all around performance to save his hapless and disinterested teammates from a loss. First of all, he was good but not that good last night. The Grizzlies gave him way too many open threes…

Spurs 106, Blazers 97 Game 1 recap, sorry it took so long to get the pictures up. Partied last night.

Before the season has even started, the San Antonio Spurs are already bombarded with questions of why they are unable to win back-to-back titles. Everybody knows the Spurs have only won championships on odd numbered years. “It’s an even year, so it’s tough for us,” says Coach Popovich when answering the media’s repetitive questions. As always, Coach Popovich is absolutely correct, but it does not take a future hall-of-famer coach…

Less than five days until the Spurs open the season against the Portland Trailblazers. If you don’t have a Spurs schedule for your wallet yet, you can download it now.