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Past articles by Tyler:

Spurs Zone Roundup: Merci TP, Hype Squad and more

We at the Spurs Zone are committed to providing the latest news and analysis from your San Antonio Spurs, but there are other great Spurs news outlets that deserve recognition. Let’s get caught up on what you may have missed this week from the Spurs Zone and other news outlets. - Tony Parker decided to hang it up for good and sail off into retirement. The Spurs Zone relived their favorite Parker… → Read More

Virginia Tech's forward Blackshear Jr. gets a workout with the Spurs

Kerry Blackshear Jr. has been making his rounds as he prepares for this years NBA Draft. After working out with the San Antonio Spurs, he made his way to Los Angeles for a workout with the Lakers. Blackshear Jr. is a 6’10” forward who played his college basketball at Virginia Tech University since 2015. In the 2018-19 season, Blackshear Jr. averaged 14. 9 points, 7. 5 rebounds, 2. 4 assists… → Read More

Former NBA forward marvels at Tim Duncan's NBA Finals performance

Former San Antonio Spurs forward Tim Duncan received some praise from an old on-the-court rival - ex-Nets forward Kenyon Martin. The two battled for 2003 NBA title and Duncan's performance in the series still resonates with Martin. Martin broke down how the 2003 series went from his perspective with Heavy's Brandon "Scoop B" Robinson. After splitting games and the series being tied 2-2, Martin… → Read More

Spurs vs. Nuggets playoff series: 3 adjustments for Spurs in game 5

The San Antonio Spurs are tied with the Denver Nuggets in the first round of the NBA Playoffs with two wins each. As the Spurs head back to Denver and try to regain the advantage, there are a few adjustments that need to be made if they want any shot at winning. 1) The Spurs have to come out with intensity. In Game 4 the Nuggets were able to pull away in the third quarter after outscoring the… → Read More

2019 Playoffs Spurs vs. Nuggets

The San Antonio Spurs secured the seventh seed in the Western Conference and are set to face off against the second-seeded Denver Nuggets in the first round of the 2019 West NBA Playoffs. After adding back-to-back wins to close out the regular season, the Spurs are looking like one of the hottest teams in the NBA right now. This should come as no surprise since we’ve seen them play like this… → Read More

Popovich on Team USA's reported interest in Zion Williamson

Since entering his first season in the NCAA with a Duke University, all eyes have been on Zion Williamson. Because of that, it should come as no surprise that some would think he'd be a great add to Team USA at this summer's FIBA World Cup. However, San Antonio Spurs head coach (and current Team USA head coach) Gregg Popovich says there has been zero outreach to the Duke star. → Read More

Raptors sends Spurs final piece of offseason trade

After a chaotic offseason for the San Antonio Spurs that sent Kawhi Leonard to the Toronto Raptors, it has been reported that the Raptors will officially send their first round pick to the Spurs. Leonard was inactive for all but nine games of the 2017-18 season. This led to friction among the Spurs and Leonard’s team and the end result was Leonard requesting a departure from the team. → Read More

Avery Johnson out as Alabama head coach

Former San Antonio Spurs guard Avery Johnson is out as Alabama basketball coach. Johnson spent four season with the Crimson Tide where he finished with a record of 75-62. Despite a winning record, Alabama failed to make the NCAA tournament this year and saw an early exit in the NIT tournament. “It was an honor and privilege to work with these young men and their families,” Johnson said. “This… → Read More

David West says he learned more about basketball in San Antonio

Former San Antonio Spurs forward David West played one season with the silver and black but it made a huge impact on him. West played 15 seasons in the NBA with four different teams but for him, the Spurs taught him the most about the game. West was looking to contribute to a contending team in anyway he can when he signed with the Spurs in 2015. That's when he learned the most about basketball… → Read More

WATCH: DeRozan let's kid battling leukemia he has his support

The San Antonio Spurs picked up a much needed win in their recent outing against the Milwaukee Bucks, but Spurs guard DeMar DeRozan knew this game was won for a special fan. Noah Keck is an eight year old kid who is currently fighting leukemia. He was in attendance with his father for the game and while he was enjoying himself watching the team warm up, DeRozan made sure to let him know the… → Read More

Ex-Spur admits to initially hating Dirk Nowitzki

Former San Antonio Spurs forward Ian Mahinmi touched on his journey from San Antonio to the Dallas and how playing with Dirk Nowitzki changed his career. Mahinmi was selected by the Spurs in the 2005 NBA Draft and played two seasons in the silver and black. He was with the team during the height of the Spurs and Mavericks rivalry during which both teams battled for West supremacy. → Read More

Patty Mills discusses bridging the gap with the Spurs in transition

San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills has spent this season making sure the younger guys understand the way the Spurs operate. With the departure of three core Spurs members this past summer, Mills has become the longest tenured member of the team. Because of that, he feels that it his responsibility to make sure everyone understands how this organization works. In a recent article from ESPN,… → Read More

WATCH: Fox Sports' Bayless says Manu Ginobili was better than Hakeem Olajuwon

Fox Sports' co-host of debate show Undisputed, Skip Bayless, showed no fear in saying that former San Antonio Spurs great Manu Ginobili was better than Houston Rockets legend Hakeem Olajuwon. Bayless and his colleague Shannon Sharpe were in discussion about this year’s All-Star game when they got on the topic about where Dirk Nowitzki ranked among the great foreign players of the NBA. → Read More

LaMarcus Aldridge gives his starting-five rap roster

San Antonio Spurs’ LaMarcus Aldridge was asked all kinds of questions during this years NBA's All-Star weekend including what rappers he listens to the most. Now this is a question that gets asked a lot of NBA players. Because of how frequently it is asked, you’d think Aldridge would have an answer ready to go, but this was not the case. Aldridge admitted that he was stumped after hearing the… → Read More

Pacers' Thaddeus Young details the best advice received from Tim Duncan

Indiana Pacers’ Thaddeus Young claims the best piece of NBA advice he ever received came from San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan. Yahoo Sports posted an article discussing the importance of building a relationship with the referees. This was something Young had to learn the hard way as a 19-year-old rookie. However, it wasn’t until a matchup against the Spurs and Duncan that he received some… → Read More

LOOK: Patty Mills tours South Side's Mission San Jose

San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills is keeping San Antonio's rich culture alive. Mills was able to receive a special tour of Mission San José where he spent time with the tribal members of the Tap Pilam Coahuiltecan Nation. A special tour of Mission San José with the tribal members of the Tap Pilam Coahuiltecan Nation and a taste of there traditional song, dance and native foods.… → Read More

DeMar DeRozan doing his part to raise Lupus awareness

San Antonio Spurs guard DeMar DeRozan is no stranger to raising awareness for the Lupus disease. DeRozan took to Twitter to bring notice to an upcoming event in Toronto that will be raising money to help bring an end to this disease. The event has been dubbed “Laughs for Lupus” and will be used to help support those are living with Lupus. This disease is close to DeRozan’s heart because his… → Read More

Spurs fall to 76ers in close game

DeMar DeRozan was back to normal Wednesday night but it still wasn't enough in a San Antonio Spurs 122-120 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. DeRozan scored 26 on 12-of-19 shooting, a team high for San Antonio (27-21). The Spurs had seven players score double figures, but still couldn’t get the job done. In the fourth quarter the Spurs built up an eight point lead in the final minutes. The 76ers… → Read More

Bruce Bowen reportedly created an 'awkward environment' during chat with Sixers

When the Philadelphia 76ers traveled to San Antonio for a matchup with the Spurs, head coach Brett Brown asked ex-Spur Bruce Bowen to share some words of wisdom to the roster. Brown reached out to Bowen because of his success in the league during his time with the Spurs and his familiarity with him during his time in San Antonio as an assistant coach. → Read More

Hornets upset Spurs at home in Tony Parker's return to San Antonio

An old friend made his return to San Antonio Monday night and came away with an upset victory. The Charlotte Hornets upset the San Antonio Spurs, 108-93, behind Kemba Walker's game-high 33 points. But the night belonged to Tony Parker, who made his first return to San Antonio after signing with the Hornets last offseason. Parker chipped in eight points off the bench in the double-digit victory. → Read More