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Jun 22

Sources: Aldridge on the trading block; George Hill eyeing a return?

League sources have informed the Express-News the Spurs are exploring the trade market for LaMarcus Aldridge, while former Spur George Hill could return to the team that drafted him.

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Jun 22

Spurs dangle Aldridge, but asking price steep

Rumblings abound that the Spurs are shopping LaMarcus Aldridge, but the asking price might be too steep.

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Jun 22

Sources: Spurs extend qualifying offer to Simmons

In hopes of re-signing Jonathon Simmons, league sources have informed the Express-News the Spurs have extended their qualifying offer, making the second-year guard a restricted free agent.

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Jun 21

Sources: Spurs open to trading Danny Green

Spurs guard Danny Green is expected to make $10 million next season. League sources tell the Express-News the team is open to trading Green.

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Jun 21

Spurs prospect profile: Kyle Kuzma

Our Spurs draft prospect profile series continues with a look at Utah’s Kyle Kuzma, the subject of quite a bit of debate among NBA draftniks.

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Jun 21

No more cornrows for Kawhi?

Spurs fans might not recognize the team’s best player when he takes the floor this fall.

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Jun 20

Source: Lee expected to decline player option with #Spurs

SAN ANTONIO – David Lee is expected to decline his $1.6 million player option with the Spurs for 2017-18, a league source said Tuesday. In 79 games last season, the two-time All-Star forward rejuvenated his career by averaging 7.3 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.6 assists after signing with the Spurs for the veteran minimum in

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Jun 20

Gasol to opt out, may stay with Spurs

According to a report, Pau Gasol has decided to opt out of his $16.2 million deal with the Spurs in order to re-sign at a lower starting salary.

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Jun 19

Leonard making steady progress on road to recovery

Kawhi Leonard is back in action. Sort of. Not quite a full month after his sprained left ankle knocked the Spurs star from the Western Conference finals, Leonard has returned to physical activity. The rehabilitation process, under the guidance of the Spurs’ medical staff, has been cautious by design. Leonard has not commenced what might be

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Jun 19

Spurs prospect profile: Thomas Bryant

Indiana sophomore Thomas Bryant doesn’t check all the boxes needed to be an all-around NBA big man, but his physical tools could make him an interesting option for the Spurs at No. 29

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Jun 18

Spurs’ Ginobili still pondering future, brother says

SAN ANTONIO – Manu Ginobili is still pondering whether he will retire or return to the Spurs for a 16th season, according to his older brother, Sepo Ginobili. “Manu will decide over the coming month(s),” Sepo told NBA para todos. “If he can help and be useful to the team, he will continue.” Ginobili said

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Jun 16

Report links Nuggets to Chris Paul. It likely won’t be the last big name attached to Denver in free agency.

Point guard Chris Paul plans to speak with the Denver Nuggets when the NBA’s free-agency period begins July 1, according to a report in the Los Angeles Times.

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Jun 16

Spurs prospect profile: Anzejs Pasecniks

Our Spurs draft profile series continues with a look at Latvian center Anzejs Pasecniks, an intriguing international prospect rising up draft boards

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Jun 15

2017 NBA mock draft 2.0: Is Lonzo Ball headed to the Lakers? Do the Nuggets take a gamble?

The quest for 29 teams in the NBA to start closing the massive gap between themselves and the champion Golden State Warriors begins with the rapidly approaching draft on June 22.

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Jun 14

Report: Ginobili’s brother to join Spurs’ summer staff

According to reports out of Argentina, Manu Ginobili’s older brother Sebastian is set to join the Spurs’ summer league staff next month.

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Jun 14

Spurs’ Bertans, tennis’ Ostapenko: Latvians poised for more success

SAN ANTONIO – David Lee’s romance with tennis star Caroline Wozniacki has generated a lot of buzz, but the forward isn’t the only Spurs player watching Grand Slam events these days. Forward Davis Bertans took to social media recently to celebrate the improbable victory by fellow Latvian Jalena Ostapenko over Romania’s Simona Halep in the

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Jun 14

Spurs prospect profile: Jordan Bell

Oregon’s Jordan Bell, the 2017 Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, could wind up a steal for a team that can wait out his work-in-progress offensive game. Could the Spurs be the team that takes the plunge?

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Jun 13

Spurs never enjoyed big Finals ratings like Warriors-Cavs

SAN ANTONIO – ESPN proudly announced Tuesday the 2017 NBA Finals between Golden State and Cleveland on ABC was the most-watched NBA Finals since 1998, according to Nielsen. The five-game series averaged 20.4 million million viewers on television, plus an average minute streaming audience of 434,000. So what kind of numbers would a Spurs-Cavaliers matchup

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Jun 12

The Warrior: Reflecting on Manu Ginobili’s 2016-17 season

In what could be his final year with the Spurs, the Express-News reflects on Manu Ginobili’s 2016-17 season in this three-part video series.

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Jun 08

Williams to receive first-ever Sager Strong Award

Monty Williams will receive The Sager Strong Award named after longtime Turner Sports sideline reporter Craig Sager.

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