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2016-17 NBA MVP Candidates: LeBron, Durant, Curry, Kawhi, Harden & Westbrook

Posted on 1 Nov, 2016, by in Featured, NBA

Three or four games into the NBA season, it’s easy to identify the MVP candidates already, whether by looking at impressive statistics, or just by knowing who’s good and who isn’t. More

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NBA Rumors: San Antonio Spurs Have an MVP Start From Kawhi Leonard

Posted on 28 Oct, 2016, by in NBA

Three days into the new NBA season might be a bit soon to start handing out MVP candidacy ribbons, but one player has been better than everyone else: Kawhi Leonard of the San Antonio Spurs. More

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35 Best Memes of Kawhi & the Spurs Humiliating Durant, Curry & the Warriors

Posted on 26 Oct, 2016, by in NBA

One of the wonderful things about this meme era we live in is that a regular season game can be turned into so much more thanks to the changing culture, making it seem like Kawhi Leonard and the San Antonio Spurs destroyed the lives of the Golden State Warriors along with Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant before the season even began. More

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NBA: Warriors Stunned at Home by Kawhi Leonard & Spurs

Posted on 26 Oct, 2016, by in NBA

The Golden State Warriors used a unifying terms for how they felt after being beaten 129-100 by the San Antonio Spurs in the season opener, at home: A slap in the face. It’s just the season opener, a meaningless in the grand scheme of things, but it felt like more. More

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San Antonio Spurs Season Preview: Kawhi Leonard Taking Over Completely

Posted on 14 Sep, 2016, by in NBA

Last season, the San Antonio Spurs did everything right, and still ended up with nothing. It could very well happen this year, although an improved Kawhi Leonard, a more comfortable LaMarcus Aldridge and the addition of Pau Gasol will hopefully prevent another early playoff exit at the hands of an inferior team. More

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San Antonio Spurs: The Tim Duncan Retirement Effect

Posted on 4 Aug, 2016, by in NBA

For the first time in 20 years, the San Antonio Spurs are entering a season without Tim Duncan as part of the team. It was going to happen at some point, but this puts a lot of pressure on Kawhi Leonard, LaMarcus Aldridge and some newer (not necessarily younger) kids on the central Texas block to take the franchise into its new era. More

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A Playoff Night with LeBron, Kawhi & Durant

Posted on 2 May, 2016, by in NBA

The first round is over, finally. The Conference semifinals can begin, although some have already begun. The Cleveland Cavaliers and Atlanta Hawks kick things off in the East, which means more LeBron James after a long rest. In the West, the Oklahoma City Thunder will try to brush off the embarrassment of their first loss, which means more Kawhi Leonard and Kevin Durant. More

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NBA Rumors – Spurs, Thunder, Aldridge & Kawhi Dominance, Durant & Westbrook Helplessness

Posted on 1 May, 2016, by in NBA

At halftime, Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge had more points than the entire Oklahoma City Thunder. The San Antonio Spurs enjoyed a blowout victory to open the conference semifinals in the Western conference. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook had the same faces we’ve gotten used to seeing from them at the end of each playoff run, at a different stage each time. More

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NBA Rumors – Warriors & Spurs Not Changed by One Regular Season Game

Posted on 21 Mar, 2016, by in NBA

The San Antonio Spurs needed that win over the Golden State Warriors a lot more than the NBA champions needed it. Sure, it showed what Kawhi Leonard can do when he’s not chasing around Stephen Curry, and maybe the best player in the league can be stopped with the right kind of defense. But once the dust settles, one thing needs to be made clear: It was one regular season game. More

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San Antonio Spurs Give Teams Hope by Stopping Stephen Curry & the Golden State Warriors

Posted on 20 Mar, 2016, by in NBA

There wasn’t just one thing the San Antonio Spurs did that worked as they beat the Golden State Warriors 87-79 to not just keep their hopes alive of finishing first in the West, but to possibly provide a mini blueprint in how to stop Stephen Curry and the NBA champions offense. More