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  • @spurs: Up for the challenge in Game 5. #GoSpursGo https://t.co/ZfjvMtX8uh

  • @SpursCoyote: Game day and Fiesta mood. #GoSpursGo https://t.co/6fLZWmsYJz

  • @HEB: Exciting news! After every @spurs win during the playoffs, H-E-B stores that serve coffee by the cup will offer FREE coffee to cus…

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  • @NBA: Derrick White spins & finishes! #GoSpursGo : @NBATV https://t.co/e99mL7K4KW

  • @SpursNationCP: Skip Bayless is stick to his gut with #Spurs topping #Nuggets in seven games. #Gospursgo https://t.co/1yWssspBGG

  • @MySpursNation: SPURS FOREVER. #GoSpursGo

  • @DavidtheAdmiral: Let’s take it. #GoSpursGo

  • @SpursNationCP: This only goes to show how the Spurs have consistently been winning. #GoSpursGo #Spurs https://t.co/DS5FeSG4yq

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  • @mattbonner_15: Light your candles @spurs fans BIG ONE tonight! #GoSpursGo #SpursFamily https://t.co/vyz0mBSssU

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Spurs' Derrick White takes leadership role into playoffs

    White watched as Dejounte Murray closed an impressive first season as the Spurs' starting point guard after replacing Tony Parker, who was still having an impact off the bench for San Antonio. White was hoping to earn more minutes this season after averaging 23 points and seven assists for the Spurs' summer league team in Las Vegas. It was the same drive he demonstrated in transferring to Colorado after spending his first three seasons playing for Division II Colorado-Colorado Springs to improve his draft stock.
    11 Apr @ 11PM

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  • Mavs' Nowitzki makes retirement official

    Dirk Nowitzki was mum all season on his future plans but after a rousing performance in the Dallas Mavericks' home finale Tuesday, the star finally announced the decision everyone expected. "As you guys might expect, this is my last home game." Nowitzki made his much-anticipated retirement announcement after delivering a season-high 30-point performance, with five 3-pointers, against the Suns. The 40-year-old Nowitzki, whose playing career will officially end Wednesday night when the Mavs play the San Antonio Spurs, was honored by the appearance of five of his childhood heroes -- Charles Barkley, Larry Bird, Scottie Pippen, Shawn Kemp and fellow German Detlef Schrempf -- for a postgame ceremony that included heartfelt speeches by Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle and owner Mark Cuban.
    11 Apr @ 10PM

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  • Spurs beat Mavs 105-94 in Nowitzki's final game

    Dirk Nowitzki said goodbye to the NBA the same way he came into the league, smoothly draining a jumper over a defender to punctuate a passionate performance. It was only fitting that Nowitzki's final shot came against the San Antonio Spurs, a team he terrorized in the regular season and postseason. LaMarcus Aldridge had 34 points and 16 rebounds and the Spurs beat the Dallas Mavericks 105-94 Wednesday night in Nowitzki's final game.
    11 Apr @ 9PM

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  • George nails late 3 to lift Thunder past Rockets

    Russell Westbrook scored 29 points, but it was Paul George's corner 3-pointer in the final seconds that sent the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 112-111 home win over the Houston Rockets on Tuesday night. Oklahoma City trailed by 14 early in the fourth quarter and by four in the final minute before Westbrook's and George's heroics. James Harden made his first 12 free throws in the game but with less than 10 seconds left and Houston on top 111-109, he missed one, giving the Thunder a chance to tie or take the lead.
    10 Apr @ 6PM

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  • Jayson Tatum overrated? NBA player poll yields notable Celtics results

    Want to know how NBA players really feel? The Athletic published its 2019 NBA player poll Monday morning, the result of its 30 NBA beat writers asking a total of 127 players a number of questions about the best and worst the league has to offer. If you're a Boston Celtics fan, some of the results weren't surprising: Kyrie Irving was named the league's best ballhandler (with a whopping 77.1 percent of all votes), while Brad Stevens (10 percent of votes) ranked second behind only San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich for the NBA coach you'd most want to play for.
    8 Apr @ 8PM

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  • Lucky 13: Penguins survive rocky path to playoff spot

    Erik Gudbranson didn't want to be ”that guy,” the one who whooped it up after the Pittsburgh Penguins locked down a playoff spot for the 13th straight year with a win over the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday night. The veteran defenseman knows seasons in Pittsburgh are judged solely on whether they end with a mid-June parade through downtown, and that securing one of the 16 spots in the Stanley Cup tournament is just one small step in the process. It was much the same for forward Nick Bjugstad, who reached the postseason just once during six seasons in Florida.
    8 Apr @ 1AM

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  • Wizards blown out by Spurs in penultimate regular-season home game

    Wizards blown out by Spurs in penultimate regular-season home game originally appeared on nbcsportswashington.com The Washington Wizards lost to the San Antonio Spurs 129-112 on Friday night. Here are five observations from the game... Sometimes late in an NBA season, a game ends in a result that isn't good for either team.
    7 Apr @ 10PM

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  • Wizards, Knicks playing out the string

    Two teams looking ahead to next year will meet when the Washington Wizards visit the New York Knicks on Sunday night. The Wizards (32-48) recently saw their slim playoff hopes end while the Knicks (15-64) have clinched the worst record in the NBA. On Friday night, LaMarcus Aldridge led eight San Antonio players in double figures with 24 points as the visiting Spurs routed the Wizards 129-112.
    7 Apr @ 8PM

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  • Lucky 13: Penguins survive rocky path to playoff spot

    Erik Gudbranson didn't want to be 'that guy,' the one who whooped it up after the Pittsburgh Penguins locked down a playoff spot for the 13th straight year with a win over the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday night. The veteran defenseman knows seasons in Pittsburgh are judged solely on whether they end with a mid-June parade through downtown, and that securing one of the 16 spots in the Stanley Cup tournament is just one small step in the process. It was much the same for forward Nick Bjugstad, who reached the postseason just once during six seasons in Florida.
    7 Apr @ 9AM

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  • Aldridge, Spurs bounce back to clobber Wizards

    LaMarcus Aldridge led eight San Antonio players in double figures with 24 points, and the visiting Spurs routed the Washington Wizards 129-112 on Friday night. Rudy Gay had 18 points on 7-of-9 shooting, and Bryn Forbes and Patty Mills scored 17 points each for the Spurs (46-34), who began the night in eighth place in the Western Conference, one-half game behind the Oklahoma City Thunder. Bradley Beal scored 25 points in 31 minutes for the Wizards (32-48), who have lost two straight games.
    6 Apr @ 1PM

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