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NBA Rumors – Oklahoma City Thunder Might Trade for Gary Neal

Posted on 15 Jan, 2014, by in NBA

The Milwaukee Bucks are tanking, which means that they’re doing all they can to play young guys and leave the older, slightly more expensive players who can help them win games out of the picture. Gary Neal falls into the second category, which makes him a trade asset that the Oklahoma City Thunder might be interested in. More

NBA Rumors – Chicago Bulls, Golden State Warriors, Oklahoma City Thunder, Detroit Pistons, Washington Wizards & Memphis Grizzlies Interested in Signing Gary Neal

Posted on 24 Jul, 2013, by in NBA

With teams looking for any kind of quality in the empty free agency market, the San Antonio Spurs releasing Gary Neal becomes incredible news for contending teams looking to add a quality shooter off the bench, sparking the interest of the Chicago Bulls, Golden State Warriors, Oklahoma City Thunder, Detroit Pistons, Washington Wizards and the Memphis Grizzlies. More

NBA Rumors – San Antonio Spurs Don’t Know What to Do With Final Roster Spot

Posted on 15 Jul, 2013, by in NBA

By re-signing Tiago Splitter, the San Antonio Spurs have 14 players with guaranteed deals heading into next season, with the tendency to leave one spot open for when it begins. With that kind of thinking, it might mean that both Gary Neal, a restricted free agent, and Deshuan Thomas, a second round draft pick, won’t have a place on the team. More

NBA Rumors – Milwaukee Bucks Interested in Signing Gary Neal

Posted on 9 Jul, 2013, by in NBA

With the San Antonio Spurs seemingly maxing out their roster, especially with guards, there’s a very good chance they don’t match any offer restricted free agent Gary Neal gets this offseason, with the Milwaukee Bucks one of the teams lining up to try and sign him. More

San Antonio Spurs – Manu Ginobili & Tony Parker Can’t be This Bad Together

Posted on 15 Jun, 2013, by in NBA

What will it take for the San Antonio Spurs to win their fifth NBA finals? Their defense, which so far did a good job in keeping LeBron James out of the paint on three of four occasions, and playing quick and smart offense that slices through all the traps and double teams, but that can’t happen with Tony Parker at less than 100% or Manu Ginobili playing like he can’t wait to retire. More

San Antonio Spurs – Danny Green, Gary Neal & Kawhi Leonard Are The Real Big Three

Posted on 12 Jun, 2013, by in NBA

Assuming the San Antonio Spurs needed a big game from their original big three, consisting of Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and Tim Duncan, to win game 3 of the NBA Finals, was reading the signs wrong. Gregg Popovich did enjoy a triplet performing the way stars should, but it was the trio of Gary Neal, Danny Green and Kawhi Leonard that gave them the lead in the series once again. More

San Antonio Spurs – Who Needs the Big Three?

Posted on 12 Feb, 2013, by in NBA

No Tony Parker, no Tim Duncan, no Manu Ginobili. No worries as well. With Kawhi Leonard emerging into more than just a premier wing defender and the rest of the depth and teamwork associated with the San Antonio Spurs under Gregg Popovich, even playing without the trendy MVP topic doesn’t really matter. More

NBA Trades – San Antonio Spurs Trying to Get Al Jefferson

Posted on 7 Feb, 2013, by in NBA

It’s been common knowledge this season that the Utah Jazz will be trying to part ways with one of their big men, Paul Millsap or Al Jefferson. With the trade deadline getting closet and closer, it looks like the San Antonio Spurs might be interested in Jefferson. More

San Antonio Spurs – Tim Duncan Enjoyed His Rest

Posted on 2 Dec, 2012, by in NBA

Behind all the commotion of one of the strangest fines in the history of the NBA were four NBA players, mostly grateful for the rest Gregg Popovich game them. None more than Tim Duncan, who has been playing for the San Antonio Spurs like we’re a decade younger, and he’s one of the main contenders for the MVP award. More

San Antonio Spurs – Gary Neal in the Spotlight For Once

Posted on 11 Nov, 2012, by in NBA

Tony Parker out with the flu, Gary Neal stepping in, no problem, not missing a beat. Instead of shaking the rotation, Gregg Popovich decided Gary Neal will continue to come off the bench, giving the starting role to Patrick Mills. However, it was Neal, with 27 points, who was the main man responsible for the San Antonio Spurs winning in Portland for the first time since 2008 More