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Sean Elliott
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From March 2 in Houston until the end of the regular season, the Spurs won 31 of their final 36 games. “Because it was a shortened season, there were so many games that were condensed,” Elliott says. “And when games start coming at you like a conveyor belt, if you can keep your rhythm, you can rip off a lot of wins.” The Spurs accomplished this despite an offense that relied heavily on their pair of big men, with Elliott the only true elite perimeter marksman. “They were very limited offensively,” notes Jeff Van Gundy, the former Knicks coach who met them in the Finals that year. “He’s right,” Kerr confirms. “We didn’t have a lot of ways to score. It was Woody Hayes, three yards and a cloud of dust.”
Elliott finished the Finals against an underdog Knicks team and underwent a kidney transplant six weeks later. “What I remember about San Antonio was how dominant they were after the first 12 or 14 games,” Van Gundy says. “They just rolled people.” The Spurs dispatched the Knicks in five games. Duncan was named Finals MVP after dominating inside, averaging 27.4 points, 14 rebounds and 2.2 blocks per game. He also logged 45.5 minutes per night. “I wish Pop found religion on load management a few years sooner,” Van Gundy says. “Then maybe he would have sat Duncan once in a while in that series.”
RJ Marquez: Another powerful account in the #SpursVoices series to highlight of racial injustice and inequality. Sean Elliott discusses being called the N-word while golfing with Bruce Bowen in San Antonio. #Spurs

H-E-B, in partnership with Spurs Sports & Entertainment, will launch the H-E-B 12 Days of Christmas Spurs Auction on Dec. 10. It is an online auction that will feature more than a dozen collectibles from the commercials. Items up for grabs include signed robes worn by Tim Duncan, Sean Elliott, George Gervin, Bruce Bowen and David Robinson; Manu Ginobili’s apron from the Taqueria Manu spot; Rudy Gay’s mediation outfit; the magician coat and hat worn by Patty Mills; and several other props.
Former San Antonio Spurs forward Sean Elliott will be inducted into National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. The former Arizona Wildcat will join Houston’s Otis Birdsong, Arkansas’ Sidney Moncrief, North Carolina’s Sam Perkins, Morgan State’s Marvin Webster, USC’s Paul Westphal, former Charleston coach John Kresse, former Oregon Tech coach Danny Miles as part of the 2018 class.
Spurs TV analyst Sean Elliott has first-hand knowledge of what Kawhi Leonard is enduring as the All-Star forward grinds his way through rehab for right quadriceps tendinopathy. Twenty years ago while playing for the Spurs in February 1997, Elliott had knee surgery to correct chronic tendinitis in his right quadriceps, just above the kneecap. He was out for the season after playing only 39 games.
“But when we’re not playing well, and we’re not doing what I think we should be doing and I know the coaches are unhappy, then you can hear it in me. There are lots of times I want to take off the headset and go down there and start yelling, but that doesn’t do any good — Pop would just look at me like I’m crazy.” Elliott’s employers have no problem with his style — in fact, they embrace it. “We know we are homers,” said Mike Kickirillo, Spurs Sports & Entertainment’s director of broadcasting. “But in this market, it works. It appeals to our hardcore fans.”