Grades: Spurs @ Nets – Game #62

Mercifully, the 2019 Rodeo Road Trip is finally in the books. With a 101-86 loss in Brooklyn, the Spurs finished the trip with a 1-7 record — their only win a 1-point victory over a reeling Grizzlies squad. While this was a difficult Rodeo...

Grades: Spurs @ Knicks – Game #61

DeMar DeRozan C+Offensively, there’s not much to complain about. DeRozan was efficient (32 points on 22 shots) and didn’t turn the ball over. He only had four assists but that was due to the Knicks not sending much help his way. New...

Film Room: Spurs @ Raptors – Game #60

Let us begin at the end. With the Spurs up 117-116 and a shade over 24 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, Serge Ibaka missed a free throw that could have tied the game and DeMar DeRozan pulled down a difficult, contested rebound. As DeRozan...

8 Things To Watch For In The Kawhi Leonard Rematch

1. Will DeMar DeRozan Revert To His All-Star Self? To put it bluntly, DeRozan has been terrible for quite a while now. The last time he had an all-around quality game — one in which he scored well, made plays for teammates and was efficient in...

Grades: Spurs @ Grizzlies – Game #59

The Spurs desperately needed a win in Memphis in their final game before the All-Star break. And they got it … just barely.  After beginning the 2019 Rodeo Road trip with four consecutive losses, Tuesday night’s affair started off...

Game Thoughts: Spurs @ Jazz – Game #58

Without their top two perimeter defenders (and arguably their two most indispensable players) in Rudy Gay (ankle) and Derrick White (heel), the Spurs went to Utah to take on a red-hot team … and the result was predictable. When the dust...

Grades: Spurs @ Blazers – Game #57

The Spurs dropped to 0-3 on the 2019 Rodeo Road Trip after a roller coaster performance in Portland. When the ride stopped, the Blazers had handed the Spurs a 127-118 defeat. In the first quarter, the offense was clicking and San Antonio was able to...

Game Thoughts: Spurs @ Warriors – Game #56

Nobody beats these Spurs by 40 points. Instead, San Antonio sat LaMarcus Aldridge and DeMar DeRozan and proceeded to lose to the Warriors by a final score of 141-102. Looking at the big picture, this game played out pretty well for the Spurs. With...