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April 7, 2014 Updates

Monday morning the All-Star point guard will be on his way to get an MRI exam after back spasms forced him to miss most of the Spurs' 112-92 home victory. Parker has missed 12 games this season, including five because of coach Gregg Popovich-mandated rest to allow various nagging injuries to heal. Parker made all four shots he attempted and scored 10 points before departing. “Hopefully, we get Tony back going as soon as possible, 100 percent,” said Cory Joseph, who started the second half in Parker's place. “If I do have to step in I'll be ready. I'll be focused.” San Antonio Express-News

April 5, 2014 Updates

Guard Manu Ginobili didn’t not play in the game but spoke about the streak being snapped during the Spurs practice on Saturday morning. Ginobili made it clear the Spurs are only concerned with winning a championship, not winning streaks. San Antonio Express-News

April 4, 2014 Updates
April 3, 2014 Updates

The San Antonio Spurs today announced that they have signed forward Damion James to a 10-day contract. James, 6-7/225, most recently played in the NBA D-League in 2013-14 for the Texas Legends and the Bakersfield Jam. In 85 career D-League games, the University of Texas product has averaged 16.1 points, 8.2 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.04 blocks in 31.8 minutes. NBA.com

The Spurs likely will sign former Texas player Damion James to a 10-day contract and have the 6-foot-7 guard-forward join them in Oklahoma City, where they are to meet the Thunder on Thursday night. James has been playing for D-League The Texas Legends, in the north Dallas suburb of Frisco, a relatively easy drive up Interstate-35 to Oklahoma City. San Antonio Express-News

April 2, 2014 Updates

Remarkably, the Spurs have more No. 1 seeds in the last 15 years than any other team, anyway. San Antonio as No. 1 seed in last 15 years: 2011-12: Went 50-16, lost to Oklahoma City Thunder in conference finals; 2010-11: Went 61-21, lost to Memphis Grizzlies in first round; 2005-06: Went 63-19, lost to Dallas Mavericks in second round; 2002-03: Went 60-22, won NBA championship; 2000-01: Went 58-24, lost to Los Angels Lakers in conference finals; 1998-99: Went 37-13, won NBA championship. The Spurs, who lead the second-place Thunder by 3.5 games, are on the verge of receiving yet another No. 1 seed. NBCSports.com

Tim Duncan of the Spurs is already a legend of the NBA. Tim Duncan ended 16 of his 17 seasons played in the NBA with at least 50 victories in regular season. The only season so far with less than 50 wins was due to the '98 NBA lockout (Spurs went 37-13). Sportando

April 1, 2014 Updates
March 31, 2014 Updates

Only two other teams in NBA history, according to the Elias Sports Bureau, have gone unbeaten in March. Pat Riley’s New York Knicks went 14-0 in March 1994 en route to the NBA Finals. And Larry Costello’s Milwaukee Bucks went 13-0 in March 1973, only to lose in the first round of the playoffs to Golden State as a Western Conference team. Hill’s Spurs were ousted in the second round of the 1996 postseason by Utah. ESPN.com

March 30, 2014 Updates

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich admitted he is getting antsy for a loss. He'll have to wait. Marco Belinelli scored 18 points and San Antonio never trailed after its opening possession, extending its winning streak to 17 games with a 96-80 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday night. The Spurs once again used fluid passing and tireless player movement to overwhelm an opponent. San Antonio finished with 24 assists while going 37 for 78 from the field in snapping New Orleans' five-game winning streak. "They move around a lot, and run their sets hard," Pelicans guard Brian Roberts said. "Whatever they're running, they are moving constantly. It puts pressure on a defense to play 24 seconds worth." USA Today Sports

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