Spurs’ starting point guard Derrick White tears plantar fascia

The injury bug is kicking the San Antonio Spurs, at least the point guards, right in the tushy. Sunday, starting lead guard Dejounte Murray was lost for the season with a torn ACL and now recently named starting point guard Derrick White has also went down with an injury. According to Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Expree-News, Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich initially indicated Friday that White would be out six to eight weeks with a heel injury. However the team announced later than an MRI revealed a tearing of…

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Spurs’ Murray tore his ACL, surgery forthcoming

The injury bug continues to bite the Spurs and the season has  it even begun yet. Now just two days after promising rookie Lonnie Walker IV tore his meniscus in the fourth quarter of the Spurs’ preseason game against the Pistons, point guard Dejounte Murray has suffered a tear of his right anterior cruciate ligament, according to ESPN’s Michael C. Wright.    Torn right ACL for @DejounteMurray. — Michael C. Wright (@mikecwright) October 8, 2018   The injury befell Murray happened during San Antonio’s preseason game against the Houston Rockets. Since…

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Spurs Dejonte Murray is giving away a pair of autographed kicks

If you are a fan of San Antonio Spurs, Dejonte Murray ,autographed memorabilia or all of the above, then you want to head over to Murray’s Twitter page. The Spurs’ guard announced on there that he is giving away an autographed pair of “Off White” Nike Air FlyKnit Hyperdunk . Giving These Brand New Autographed Nike Air Hyperdunk Flyknit “Off-White” Away To One Lucky Fan Who RETWEETS This! #TeamNike pic.twitter.com/6Zs7wMDgxG — Dejounte Murray (@DejounteMurray) September 6, 2018 Good luck!

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Quincy Pondexter signs with Spurs

While most of the attention ,and understandably so, surrounding the San Antonio Spurs centers around their beloved Manu Ginobili announcing his retirement earlier today, they did make an addition to their roster today without much fanfare. According to Chris Haynes of ESPN, free agent wing Quincy Pondexter has agreed on a one-year contract with the club today. Pondexter has dealt with a series of knee injuries over the past few seasons, including three surgeries on his left knee and a staph infection that has limited him to just 23 games…

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Manu Ginobili is considering retirement, Spurs to be informed soon of decision

Manu Ginobili is trying to decide if he will hang up his sneakers or return for his 17th season and he has an upcoming meeting with coach Gregg Popovich to discuss his future. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Ginobili is “seriously considering” retirement but has not decided yet. He had this to say to reporters after the Spurs were eliminated by the eventual champion Golden State Warriors in regards to his career: I’ve been contemplating retirement forever. Nothing changed. I’ll let a month or two months go by, and…

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Mano Ginobili decision on playing future could come within next week

San Antonio Spurs great Manu Ginobili could make an announcement on the status of his playing career within the next week. Manu’s older brother Sepo seem to bolster this thought. He was recently at a basketball clinic and said this when asked: “The 20th hasn’t even reported if he’s still playing. I imagine there will be news next week If Ginobili decides to return to San Antonio, it will be his 17th NBA, all of which have been with the Spurs.

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Making A Difference: Spurs Rook Lonnie Walker IV donates 300 pairs of shoes to hometown basketball league

With our ongoing series, Stupid Things People Do For Sneakers, we have the unfortunate tasks of bringing to you the depravity that sneakers can cause. This is a sneaker-related story that should bring a smile to your face. According to the Reading Eagle’s Mike Drago, San Antonio Spurs rookie Lonnie Walker, along with Adidas exec Eric Wise, helped deliver 300 pairs of shoes to the Blacktop Basketball League in Redding, Pennsylvania. “Lonnie has been nothing but genuine in being a role model and carrying himself the right way,” Blacktop board…

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Spurs not likely to match offer sheet on Kyle Anderson

Kyle Anderson signed an offer sheet with the Memphis Grizzlies earlier this week and according to Jabari Young of the San Antonio Express-News it is unlikely the Spurs will match the 4 year, $37 million deal for Anderson’s services. Told #Spurs unlikely to match Kyle Anderson’s 4-year, $37M offer sheet clearing the way for him to join #Grizzlies … tonight is the deadline — Jabari Young (@JabariJYoung) July 8, 2018 Even though Anderson has showed signs and flashed of improvement, posting career highs in minutes,points, field goal percentage, assists, rebounds,and…

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Kyle Anderson signs $37.3 million offer sheet with Memphis Grizzlies

Kyle Anderson has spent the first four seasons of his NBA career with the San Antonio Spurs. After setting career highs in : minutes (26.7 per game) points (7.9) FG% (52.7%) assists (2.7) rebounds (5.4) blocks (0.8) steals (1.6) he seems to be on the ascent. If the Spurs want to enjoy the fruits of that ascension, they are going to have to pony up some cash. That is because the Memphis Grizzlies have signed the forward to an offer sheet. Reporting from Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN indicated the offer…

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Spurs likely will take their time with Leonard decision

In true Spurs fashion, don’t expect a rash decision to conclude the Kawhi Leonard situation. Woj doesn't think a Kawhi Leonard trade will happen before the 2018 NBA draft. "I don't think the Spurs are in any rush to make a decision about Leonard's future, certainly on the trade front" pic.twitter.com/TTMllBJqCz — Rob Lopez (@r0bato) June 18, 2018 According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, it’s unlikely the Spurs would make move before draft day. Quite simply, it would be foolhardy for the Spurs to jump the gun and pull the trigger…

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