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    @SavvySportERs: #Spurs rookie @Dwhite921 had his jersey retired before @UCCS game against @msudenver. Congrats Derrick! #GoSpursGo https…

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  • LaMarcus Aldridge, Al Horford reportedly last picks in All Star draft

    The least important, and most petty, of this season’s NBA controversies is reportedly over. Spurs forward LaMarcus Aldridge was the final selection by LeBron James while Celtics big man Al Horford fell to Stephen Curry’s team, per ESPN. You’re never going to believe this, but apparently Horford and Aldridge both still get to be All Stars despite the perceived slight.
    17 Feb @ 4AM

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  • Spurs GM: Ginobili foot injury not serious

    Manu Ginobili should be ready to play when the San Antonio Spurs are back in action following the All-Star break. Ginobili is dealing with what the Spurs labeled a minor right foot injury. Spurs general manager R.C. Buford said Thursday that Ginobili is expected to be fine.
    16 Feb @ 12AM

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  • Steve Kerr on Florida shooting: 'Vote people in who actually have the courage to protect'

    Steve Kerr delivered a candid message on gun violence on Wednesday. Steve Kerr is not sticking to sports. The Golden State Warriors head coach who is seldom hesitant to speak his mind on non-basketball issues was asked Wednesday his thoughts on the shooting at a Florida high school earlier in the day that has left at least 17 dead, the latest in a plague of U.S. mass killings perpetrated by citizens with legal access to military style assault rifles.
    15 Feb @ 4AM

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  • Jazz rally in 4th quarter, edge Spurs for 10th straight win

    Donovan Mitchell found his shooting touch at the right time for the Utah Jazz. Mitchell scored 25 points, including a go-ahead jumper with 39.2 seconds left, and Utah extended its NBA-best winning streak to 10 games with a 101-99 win over the San Antonio Spurs on Monday night. "You can't think about the misses, that's the biggest thing," Mitchell said.
    15 Feb @ 1AM

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  • NBA: Jazz rally past depleted Spurs for 10th straight win

    The Utah Jazz trailed by eight points entering the fourth quarter against the San Antonio Spurs, but rallied to a 101-99 victory on Monday. After getting outscored 29-15 in the third quarter, phenomenal rookie Donovan Mitchell and the Jazz bested the
    14 Feb @ 5PM

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  • Spurs coach: 'We live in a racist country'

    San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said it's important for the NBA to promote Black History Month because it brings attention to racism in America.
    14 Feb @ 5PM

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  • Popovich Nailed Why Black History Month Matters

    Gregg Popovich is paid to win NBA championships, and he's very good at it. A Wall Street Journal profile in 2016 traced how he has instilled a kind of franchise-wide ethos at the San Antonio Spurs, where players are encouraged not just to master plays and get themselves in peak physical condition, but to learn history and current events and get themselves in peak condition to serve as citizens of a democratic republic. The United States is on a razor's edge, and Popovich has repeatedly aired concerns that the prevailing social, cultural, and economic conditions of the present are starting to resemble the end of Rome.
    14 Feb @ 3AM

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  • Spurs Coach Says U.S. Needs Black History Month Because 'We Live In A Racist Country'

    Popovich was speaking to reporters prior to Spurs’ game against the Utah Jazz, where he was asked about the National Basketball League’s promotion of Black History Month. “I think it’s pretty obvious the league is made up of a lot of black guys,” Popovich told reporters.
    14 Feb @ 12AM

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  • Black History Month vital in 'racist country' like US, says Spurs' Gregg Popovich

    Gregg Popovich is regarded as one of the greatest NBA coaches of all time. The San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich has endorsed the NBA’s promotion of Black History Month, and offered a searing indictment of race relations in the US. To honor [Black History Month] and understand it is pretty simplistic,” he said before the Spurs’ game against Utah Jazz on Monday.
    13 Feb @ 9PM

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  • Gregg Popovich: Black History Month is Important

    San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich says it is important to celebrate Black History Month even though "we live in a racist country." Popovich made the comments before San Antonio's game against Utah on Monday. "I think it's pretty obvious
    13 Feb @ 6PM

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