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May 28, 2014 Updates

By the time the 105-92 win that tied the series 2-2 was over, he wasn't alone. Tony Parker, who played just six of his 26 minutes in the second half when Popovich benched his starters, sat stone-faced as he watched the one-sided affair unfold. Tim Duncan, who had a meltdown moment of his own in the third quarter when he could be seen flailing his arms and yelling toward coaches and guard Danny Green about the latest defensive mix-up, had gone from stoic to steamed as he sat helpless on the sideline. They had every reason to be angry, not to mention worried. USA Today Sports

May 22, 2014 Updates

"It's about everybody," he said. "We're a family here. Brotherhood, whatever you want to call it. Fraternity. We've been together for a couple of years, I've grown very fond of a lot of my teammates, and we've grown close together, close friendships. I know how much it means to them, how competitive they are. As much as I want to win a ring, I know they want it, too." ESPN.com

May 20, 2014 Updates

Duncan finished with 27 points on 11-for-19 shooting, with 21 of his points coming in the first half. The Spurs' backcourt of Tony Parker, Danny Green and sixth man Manu Ginobili that no longer had to fear Ibaka's long arms contesting on the perimeter shot 19-for-31 for 48 points. After shooting 44.2% against the Thunder in four regular season losses, the Spurs shot 57.5% from the field in all. "We always want to try to penetrate," Parker said. "We always want our ball movement, that's how we play — kick and pitch and stuff like that. You know, obviously it's a little bit better with (Ibaka) not being in the paint, but we're still going to try to penetrate and make stuff happen." USA Today Sports

May 8, 2014 Updates

Spurs shooting guard Danny Green, a snake aficionado who owns a pair of boa constrictors, said several Blazers teased him about planting the creature in their locker room. “They came up to me when I was out there (warming up), ‘Why you put snakes in our locker room?’ Green said. “It’s believable, in Texas. They’re in random places everywhere.” San Antonio Express-News

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Though they won’t play a minute, injured Spurs starters Tiago Splitter, Danny Green and Kawhi Leonard are with the team on the three-game road trip that is to begin Friday night against the Hawks in Atlanta because coach Gregg Popovich wants to use the trip — and the upcoming rodeo road trip — to build team chemistry. “It’s both to get therapy — I want Will (head athletic trainer Will Sevening) to be there for their therapy and other stuff — and sure, they could have done that back in San Antonio with physical theapists — but it’s also good for the chemistry for them to be with us on these road trips.” Popovich also has used the rodeo trip to build what he calls a “bunker mentality” among his players, coaches and staff so the injured players will make that long sojourn, as well. San Antonio Express-News

January 23, 2014 Updates

Kawhi Leonard is out for the remainder of tonight’s home game against Oklahoma City and beyond with a non-displaced fracture of his right fourth metacarpal, the Spurs announced. A timeline for his return has yet to be determined. Teammate Danny Green was recently sidelined for approximately four weeks with a non-displaced fracture of his second left metacarpal. San Antonio Express-News

January 13, 2014 Updates

San Antonio Spurs shooting guard Danny Green will be sidelined approximately four weeks with a non-displaced fracture of the index finger on his left hand, the team announced Monday. Green had an exam Monday that included X-rays and an MRI, confirming the injury. Green was injured early in the second quarter of Sunday night's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, which the Spurs won 104-86. ESPN.com

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The relentless Spurs are still coming, alright, and it's not just the Heat that they have in their sights. Their 7-1 record thus far has come in buzzsaw fashion, with San Antonio slicing through the likes of Memphis, the Lakers, Denver, Phoenix, Golden State, New York and Philadelphia while losing only a road game at Portland. And as Green made clear, their strong start has come amid this cloud of disappointment that never truly went away. "It's not easy, man," he told USA TODAY Sports. "I feel like every day, every game that we have now, you'd think (those Finals memories) would go away. But it's always lingering there. Even with the little mistakes, the subtle mistakes here and there, you (think) back to the mistakes that we made in June…We feel like we're preparing for that now, which is good, and I think it's going to help us." USA Today Sports

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