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A goaltending call gave the San Antonio Spurs the lead, defeating the Milwaukee Bucks on their home court.
Alvin Robertson was with the San Antonio Spurs from 1984-1989. He later played for the Milwaukee Bucks, the Detroit Pistons,…
No Jason Kidd didn't say "Our goal is to become a championship team," while being introduced as the Milwaukee Bucks' head coach at a press conference yesterday! That's almost as FUNNY as the SERIOUS BEATDOWN the Miami Heat got from the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals!!
NBA Mock Draft 1.0 This is the first of my series of mock drafts leading up to the draft. (I know I posted one earlier but that one was only the lottery - this one is the whole first round) *NOTE: This is not who I think they should take - it is who I think they are going to take. 1. Cleveland Cavaliers: Andrew Wiggins, SG/SF, Kansas 2. Milwaukee Bucks: Joel Embiid, C, Kansas 3. Philadelphia 76ers: Jabari Parker, SF, Duke 4. Orlando Magic: Dante Exum, PG, Australia 5. Utah Jazz: Noah Vonleh, PF, Indiana 6. Boston Celtics: Aaron Gordon, SF/PF, Arizona 7. LA Lakers: Marcus Smart, PG, OK State 8. Sacramento Kings: Julius Randle, PF, Kentucky 9. Charlotte Hornets: Nik Stauskas, SG, Michigan 10. Philadelphia 76ers: Gary Harris, SG, Michigan State 11. Denver Nuggets: James Young, SG/SF, Kentucky 12. Orlando Magic: Dario Saric, SF/PF, Croatia 13. Minnesota Timberwolves: Doug McDermott, SF, Creighton 14. Phoenix Suns: Adreian Payne, PF/C, Michigan State 15. Atlanta Hawks: P.J. Hairston, SG, Texas Legends 16. Chic ...
TRADE DEADLINE RECAP: -Indiana Pacers trade Danny Granger and a 2015 second-round pick to the Philadelphia 76ers for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen. -Sacramento Kings trade Marcus Thornton to the Brooklyn Nets for Jason Terry and Reggie Evans. -LA Lakers trade Steve Blake to the Golden State Warriors for Kent Bazemore and Marshon Brooks. -Sixers trade Spencer Hawes to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Earl Clark, Henry Sims, and two second-round picks. -Miami Heat trade Roger Mason Jr. and cash considerations to the Kings for a protected second-round pick. - Charlotte Bobcats trade Ramon Sessions and Jeff Adrien to the Milwaukee Bucks for Luke Ridnour and Gary Neal. - Washington Wizards trade Jan Veselý to the Denver Nuggets for Andre Miller and send Eric Maynor and two second-round picks to the Sixers. -Nuggets trade Jordan Hamilton to the Houston Rockets for Aaron Brooks. -Los Angeles Clippers trade Antawn Jamison to the Atlanta Hawks for a $1.4 million Trade Exception. - San Antonio Spurs trade Nando De Colo t ...
My NBA prediction picks for day 101 of the 2013-2014 NBA season. San Antonio Spurs(36-14) over Charlotte Bobcats(22-28): 103-95 Atlanta Hawks(25-23) over Memphis Grizzlies(26-22): 98-95 Denver Nuggets(24-24) over Detroit Pistons(20-29): 109-101 Portland Trail Blazers(35-15) over Minnesota Timberwolves(24-26): 113-106 Houston Rockets(33-17) over Milwaukee Bucks(9-40): 106-86 Phoenix Suns(29-20) over Golden State Warriors(30-20): 107-104 Miami Heat(35-13) over Utah Jazz(16-33): 103-92 My record was 4-6 for Day 100 of the 2013-2014 NBA Season. My overall record is 470-276 for the 2013-2014 NBA Season. If you have any questions about my NBA prediction picks, just ask and I will try my best to answer your question.
I heard a rumor about our Former Spurs player, Gary Neal, is unhappy playing for Milwaukee Bucks. He lost some minutes to play and playing less than other team members. He said, "I could have stayed in San Antonio Spurs. He could get more minutes playing for Spurs. I hope San Antonio Spurs will trade Matt Bonnor and De Colo for Gary Neal to come back to our San Antonio Spurs team. He will be playing for them in the NEXT DAY Game and throws smooth three-pointers again!! Hope Coach Pop reads this!! It's A Good Deal!!! Come on, Pop!! Do something about it!! Go Spurs Go!!!
Here are today's Must-Se Matchups: Key Game: Minnesota Timberwolves at Indiana Pacers: The Wolves will struggle against the houndig defense of Indiana, whose defensive effort will be led by Roy Hibbert. Can Rubio find a way to set up his team for good shots, or will the Pacers shut them down? -Milwaukee Bucks at Detroit Pistons: Brandon Knight faces his former team, who is led by former Buck, Brandon Jennings. Brandon, try not to end up on Shaqtin' A Fool tonight. -Denver Nuggets at Dallas Mavericks: Denver was able to eek out a slim win over Dallas a couple of days ago. Can they do it again? -New Orleans Pelicans at San Antonio Spurs: Rising star Anthony Davis takes the court against future Hall-of-Famer Tim Duncan. As always, the Spurs have quietly taken up the top spot in the West. -New York Knicks at Portland Trail Blazers: The Blazers are on fire, winning ten in a row in nearly 6 years. Can they keep the fire going while they face Carmelo and his Knicks? -Jordan23
New York Knicks center Kurt Thomas born in Dallas, Texas. Thomas began his NBA career with the Miami Heat from 1995 to 1997. He then played for the Dallas Mavericks in the 97–98 season. New York Knicks (1998–2005) Thomas played seven seasons with the New York Knicks from 1998 to 2005, during which the team went to the playoffs four times, including two trips to the Eastern Conference Finals (1999 and 2000) and one trip to the NBA Finals (1999). Phoenix Suns (2005–2007) Thomas played two seasons with the Phoenix Suns from 2005 to 2007. Seattle SuperSonics (2007–2008) On July 20, 2007, Thomas, along with the Suns' first-round draft choices in 2008 and 2010, was traded by the Suns to the Seattle SuperSonics in exchange for a conditional second-round draft choice and an $8 million trade exception. San Antonio Spurs (2008–2009) Thomas was traded by the Sonics to the San Antonio Spurs on February 20, 2008, for Francisco Elson, Brent Barry, and a 2009 first round draft pick. Milwaukee Bucks (2009–201 ...
Marco Belinelli has agreed to terms with the San Antonio Spurs on a two-year contract worth about $6 million, a person close to the situation tells Sam Amick of USA TODAY Sports. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the deal is not yet official. The move for the seventh-year guard from Italy gives the defending Western Conference champions extra backcourt depth and outside shooting. With the Chicago Bulls this past season, Belinelli had had worst shooting percentage since his rookie year, at 39.5% from the field and 35.7% from three-point range. Still, he played 25 minutes a game and was a major factor for the Bulls in the playoffs, with Derrick Rose missing the entire season. The Bulls opted to sign former Milwaukee Bucks guard Mike Dunleavy, Jr. to a similar two-year, $6 million deal rather than bring back Belinelli. For the Spurs, the signing of Belinelli is their third major move of the summer. The team agreed to re-sign center Tiago Splitter for $36 million over four years on Tuesday, a ...
Zaza Pachulia has drawn a lot of attention in the likes of the Milwaukee Bucks, San Antonio Spurs, and Portland Trailblazers. The Hawks look to keep Pachulia a Hawk.
For those who feel that it's "hating on LeBron" when you boo the Miami Heat and cheer for the San Antonio Spurs, let me clear the air -- from a personal perspective, that is. Perhaps I haven't gotten over LeBron's quest for glory by conspiring to manufacture a team of "X-Men" and his plotting with a duad of NBA free agent elites to effect his plan. Until that time, championships came by way of development -- by trade or natural selection. The Big O (Oscar Robinson) was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks to join Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Ferdinand Lew Alcindor) and a championship team resulted. And when teams beatup on Michael Jordan, he didn't cry the blues and ask out of Chicago. He stayed, and they built a team around him. He voiced his demands for improving the team and off-setting the effect of the "Jordan Rules" that teams inserted to diminish his skillset and defeat his Bulls. "Get me a Center." Charles Oakley, his best friend and on-court bodyguard, was traded to the Knicks for Bill Cartwright. "I need ...
Even more NBA-Mike Budenholzer, after serving as an assistant with the San Antonio Spurs for 17 years, will be joining the Atlanta Hawks as their new head coach. Larry Drew's contract is due to expire on June 30 and he has been interviewing with the Milwaukee Bucks about their head coaching vacancy. Just a little surprised because there was no real formal announcement from the Hawks concerning Drew's future up to this point.
Going to try continue my luck today with the NBA New Orleans @ Detroit and Atlanta @ Dallas and LA Clippers @ Philadelphia Pick: Detroit x Dallas x LA Clippers Odds: $1.47 x $1.50 x $1.57 = $3.46 New Orleans are on a back-to-back which means Eric Gordon wont play. They have won jusst 2 of their last 7 matches and 1 of their last 6 away games. Detroit, now with Jose Calderon running the point, are coming off two fantastic wins - defeating the San Antonio Spurs at home by 10 points and then beating the Milwaukee Bucks away by 5 points. Expect Detroit to continue their winning ways. Atlanta are surrouded by trade rumours at the moment for Josh Smith. They have won just 1 of their last 4 matches, including losing 9 of their past 10 away matches. Dallas on the other hand have hit some good form. They have won their last 3 at home and 6 of their past 8 home games (losing to Oklahoma in OT and San Antonio by 6). They smashed Golden State in their last outing and shouldnt have too many troubles against the curren ...
F*** the Lakers f*** Memphis Grizzlies f*** San Antonio Spurs f*** the Chicago Bulls f*** the Miami Heat f*** the Boston Celtics f*** the LA Clippers f*** the Milwaukee Bucks f*** the Golden State Warriors f*** the Oklahoma City Thunder f*** the Sacramento Kings f*** the Cleveland Cavaliers f*** the Charlotte Bobcats f*** the New Orlean Hornets and if I missed anybody f*** them too KNICKS NATION !!! LMS if rep ya fav team
New York, Jan. 7, 2013 – The New York Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony and the Houston Rockets’ James Harden today were named Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played Monday, Dec. 31 through Sunday, Jan. 6. Anthony, who topped the league in scoring at 36.0 ppg, led New York to a 2-1 week, including a home victory over the San Antonio Spurs. He bookended the week with a pair of 40-point performances against the Portland Trail Blazers on Jan. 1 and the Orlando Magic on Dec. 5. His 45 points against the Blazers tied this season’s single-game high (accomplished three times, twice by Anthony and once by Harden). Harden led the Rockets to the NBA’s lone perfect record on the week at 4-0. He averaged 29.3 points (second in the conference), 3.25 steals (second in the conference) and 5.5 assists as Houston collected home victories over the Atlanta Hawks and New Orleans Hornets, and road victories over the Milwaukee Bucks and Cleveland Cavaliers. Harden extended his strea ...
Today's Must-See Matchups: -Memphis Grizzlies at Boston Celtics-The Grizzlies enter Boston hungry for a win against the struggling Celtics. Will the Grizzlies tear apart the Celtics, or will the Celtics find some luck at home? -Dallas Mavericks at Miami Heat- The two most recent champions fight again tonight. LeBron and Dirk, the most recent Finals MVPs headline the game. -San Antonio Spurs at Milwaukee Bucks- Two very unique backcourts meet in Milwaukee. Which duo will reign supreme? -New Orleans Hornets at Houston Rockets-Austin Rivers and Jeremy Lin patrol the backcourt. Lin has given us a glimpse of Linsanity recently. Will we see it again? -Brooklyn Nets at OKC Thunder- Two potential playoff contenders battle it out in OKC. Can Westbrook lead the Thunder to a win against Deron Williams and his Nets? -LA Clippers at Golden State Warriors- The Pacific division leaders look to gain an edge on one another. The Clippers look to get back in the win column, while Stephen Curry and the Warriors plan to send ...
I chose the San Antonio Spurs to win against the Milwaukee Bucks on the Sports Picks App. Prove me wrong.
NBA Games on December 30, 2012 First game of the night on this 4 game night is the San Antonio Spurs against the Dallas Mavericks. This is my favorite rivalry, mostly because I live in Texas and these are my two favorite teams. The Spurs came out with the victory (their 2nd over Dallas this season) the score was 111-86. Tim Duncan led the Spurs with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Tony Parker also added in 21 points and 9 assists. Elton Brand finally had a good game in a Mavericks uniform. He posted 14 points, 10 rebounds and 1 assist tonight. Dirk had another cold night; he had 8 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists on 3/9 shooting. The Spurs improve to 24-8 and the Mavericks fall to 12-19. Second game of the night was the Detroit Pistons against the Milwaukee Bucks. The Pistons were hot after beating the defending champions last night and they won this close game, 96-94. Monta Ellis was a beast tonight; he had 30 points, 4 rebounds and 9 assists. Great game for him. Greg Monroe had a good game with 14 points, 10 ...
Here are today's Must-See Matchups: -Atlanta Hawks at Philadelphia 76ers- The game is already underway, but check it out. Spencer Hawes has to compete against Al Horford in the key. -Milwaukee Bucks at Boston Celtics- The highest scoring backcourt duo (consisting of Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis) will attempt to overpower Rajon Rondo and the Celtics. -Chicago Bulls at New York Knicks- The Bulls look to hand the Knicks another loss. Will Joakim Noah have a stellar performance? Or will Carmelo steal the show? -Dallas Mavericks at Memphis Grizzlies- OJ Mayo visits his former team. The Grizzlies have been amazing so far, while the Mavs have seemingly floundered without Dirk. -New Orleans Hornets at San Antonio Spurs- Two draft picks clash in San Antonio tonight. Will the young of the Hornets play a role tonight, or will the Spurs show them age is just a number? -Jordan23
San Antonio Spurs vs. Milwaukee Bucks. Thursday, Dec. 5th. I had great seats thanks to my boss!
Throwing up the LI at the San Antonio Spurs vs Milwaukee Bucks game -- I reckon Tim Duncan is a broski!
Great Game (87 out of 100) Milwaukee Bucks at San Antonio Spurs - Watch from: 08:23 in 3rd qtr
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The Milwaukee Bucks are in Texas tonight to play the San Antonio Spurs. Our broadcast begins at 7:10pm.
Hear the San Antonio Spurs vs. the Milwaukee Bucks tonight at 7 after The Big Show.
Who's gearing up for the San Antonio Spurs game this Wednesday? We are! Beat those Milwaukee Bucks!
I want the NBA season to end rite now, cause, this is the playoffs matchup will look like after 10-13 games of the regular season, in the Eastern Conference, seed Miami Heat-seed Charlotte Bobcats, seed Brooklyn Nets-seed Boston Celtics, seed New York Knicks-seed Philadelphia 76ers, and finally the seed Milwaukee Bucks-seed Atlanta Hawks, thats the Eastern Conference playoff picture as of right now. For the Western Conference playoff picture its seed Memphis Grizzlies-seed Los Angles Lakers, seed San Antonio Spurs-seed Utah Jazz, seed Oklahoma City Thunder-seed Denver Nuggets and finally the seed Golden State Warriors-Los Angles Clippers, thats how the NBA playoffs should look like at season end in April, and I hope I'm right as of right now
NBA Teams that are at least 2-0: Orlando Magic, Milwaukee Bucks, New York Knicks, San Antonio Spurs.
Out of the blue got a call from a Los Angeles radio staton wanting to talk about the history of Canadian hoops in realtionship to NBA. Every so often various media outlets contact me for such as yours truly is considered a Canadian basketball historian and have written on such for the NBA over the many years. They caught me off guard with one question though, asking to name the current eight Canadians ready to suit up in opening night action tonight in NBA. Forgot one of the eight listed here: Joel Anthony, Miami Heat; Samuel Dalembert, Milwaukee Bucks; Cory Joseph, San Antonio Spurs; Kris Joseph, Boston Celtics; Steve Nash, Los Angeles Lakers; Andrew Nicholson, Orlando Magic; Robert Sacre, Los Angeles Lakers; Tristan Thompson, Cleveland Cavaliers But a quick question. The game has not happened yet so is it part of history? So in that I forgot, I never really knew yet as it did not happen?
If anyone is interested in going to a Bulls game this year here are dates where I will be selling tickets this year. I will also sell packages if you would like to go to more than one game. Message me if you're interested and we can talk about the price. I have two tickets for each game and prices range from $40-70 a ticket. They are section 306 row 10 seats 7 & 8. Below are the dates! Tues. Nov. 6 vs. Orlando Magic 7pm. Mon. Nov. 12 vs. Boston Celtics 7pm. Mon. Nov. 26 vs. Milwaukee Bucks 7pm. Wed. Nov. 28 vs. Dallas Mavericks 7pm. Sat. Dec. 8 vs. New York Knicks 7pm. Mon. Dec. 31 vs. Charlotte Bobcats 2pm Sat. Jan. 12 vs. Phoenix Suns 7pm Sat. Jan. 19 vs. Memphis Grizzlies 7pm Fri. Jan. 25 vs. Golden State Warriors 7pm Mon. Jan. 28 vs. Charlotte Bobcats 7pm Mon. Feb. 11 vs. San Antonio Spurs 7pm Mon. Mar. 18 vs. Denver Nuggets Thu. Mar. 21 vs. Portland Trail Blazers Sun. March 31 vs. Detroit Pistons 6pm Tues. April 9 vs. Toronto Raptors 7pm More games may be available later and if I sold you a game ...
Celtics Fans...I have the following November and December games for sale. 2 tickets to each game at $80 for the pair. Section 319. Make for a good night out or gifts. Let me know if you are interested! Wed, Nov 14th - Utah Jazz - 7:30 Wed, Nov 21st - San Antonio Spurs - 7:30 Wed, Dec 5th - Minnesota Timberwolves - 7:30 Fri, Dec 21st - Milwaukee Bucks- 7:30
Since I posted a status about sending my resume to all of the NBA teams I've heard back from 2 more. I got an e-mail from the Coordinator of Scouting for the San Antonio Spurs. He told me he's in charge of hiring their interns for Basketball Operations and while they've already hired their interns for this year, he encouraged me to get back in touch with him in March of next year if I'm still interested and he could see about bringing me in for an interview. So that was exciting. The other e-mail was from the Manager of Analytics for the Milwaukee Bucks letting me know that he read my entire paper and was impressed by it. The Bucks don't have any positions open right now but it was just nice to hear someone say they were impressed with my work. Needless to say, it was a nice little ego boost for me.
Fathers' Day reflection - My step-father, took my brother and me to Moody Coliseum, to watch the Dallas Chaparrals play the Milwaukee Bucks! Lew Alcindor (soon to be Kareem Abdul Jabbar), Lucius Allen, Oscar Robertson, Jon McGlocklin. The fact that I didn't have to look up any of those names lets you know what a great time we had! Two trivia facts: First, the Chaparrals became the San Antonio Spurs. Secondly, the Chaparrals head coach, the late Bill Blakely's son Robin, is on CitySquare's Board of Directors!
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