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March 30, 2015 Updates
March 29, 2015 Updates

Kawhi Leonard said he is 100 percent healthy again, giving the Spurs their most versatile player back for the stretch run. Leonard will be a restricted free agent this summer and will receive his share of offer sheets, likely including one from the Celtics. Boston coach Brad Stevens gushed about Leonard's defensive prowess Boston Globe

Could Pop envision Hammon eventually becoming a head coach? “I don’t think about expectations or where anybody is going to go,’’ Popovich said. “I never thought I’d be doing what I’m doing. I’m still wondering what I’m doing here. I don’t know how I got here. I don’t know why I am here. I don’t know why I should continue to be here and here I am. “So I’m not going to try and figure out what’s going to happen to somebody else in their life. I mean all of us have taken different turns. We’re going this way and then all of a sudden we’re going that way. It’ll be the same for her. “Who knows? Maybe she’ll become a doctor. I don’t know.’’ Or maybe a newspaper reporter? “God forbid.’’ Racine Journal-Times

March 28, 2015 Updates
March 27, 2015 Updates

According to Team Argentina head coach Sergio Hernandez, San Antonio Spurs’ Manu Ginobili will not play for his home country at the 2015 FIBA Americas Championship this summer in Monterrey, Mexico. “Ginobili is not going to be in Monterrey. I have the authority to say that he will not be part of this tournament. He is going through a long season in the NBA and it is an important moment in his career.” said Hernandez during an interview with the radio program” One on One.” This will be the second summer in a row Manu will not suit up for Team Argentina. Last summer, he held himself out due to injury. Considering Manu has been banged up a few times during this NBA season and his age, it is not too surprising he will not play in Mexico. ProjectSpurs.com

March 26, 2015 Updates

The San Antonio Spurs today announced that they have assigned forward Kyle Anderson to the Austin Spurs of the NBA Development League. In four stints with Austin this season Anderson has appeared in 21 games, averaging 22.1 points, 9.0 rebounds, 4.8 assists, 1.81 steals and 1.19 blocks in 40.6 minutes. The former UCLA Bruin has appeared in 30 games for San Antonio this season, averaging 2.4 points and 2.3 rebounds in 11.5 minutes. NBA.com

Emiliano Carchia: It looks like that Davis Bertans tore his ACL according to Fox Sports journalist in Milano. Davis Bertans taken to the hospital for an MRI. But the knee injury is serious and he will miss a lot of time http://vine.co/v/O3pbAl6h6aZ Twitter @sportando

March 25, 2015 Updates

The Spurs knew he would miss the first two months of this season recovering from surgery, but of the decision to commit $12 million to keep an injured free agent, Popovich says, “It wasn’t even a question. Obviously he can shoot the basketball and has a lot of energy. But he’s beloved on this team for his enthusiasm, his kindness, his understated gravitas. As long as I’m here, he’s going to be here. Unless we can’t afford him.” Sports Illustrated

March 24, 2015 Updates

It might as well have been one of the veteran sideline reporter’s trademark outlandish suits to Gregg Popovich, who was thrilled to greet his long-time friend during the Spurs’ weekend trip to Atlanta, less than a month after Sager returned to duty following his lengthy battle with cancer. “It was good to see him,” Popovich said at Tuesday’s shootaround. “I hadn’t seen him in a while. He’s been doing all his medical work. So to see him dressed up and colorful and out (in public) was a lot of fun. He looked good. He’s a friend, a heck of a big part of the NBA for a very long time.” San Antonio Express-News

March 23, 2015 Updates

Sometimes, Tim Duncan just needs to bust a move. The Spurs veteran was caught on camera dancing to the Rick Astley classic during the Spurs win over the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday. Of course, it’s the perfect song for Duncan, who is one of the most dependable veterans in the league. For The Win

March 22, 2015 Updates

Who would he have chosen to play with Michael Jordan or Magic Johnson? “With “Showtime” they loved to get the ball up and down the court and Magic loved to get the ball to the big man. He would be feeding me lobs and dunks all day long. Michael would be scoring 60, I’d have to go get the rebound.” FanSided

Here are some of the questions and answers we asked Robinson. Who was better Karl Malone or Charles Barkley? “I’d have to say Karl. He was remarkably steady. Charles was a force to be reckoned with most of the time, a Hall-of-Famer, but there were times when he was more trouble than he was worth.” FanSided

 

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