Tim Duncan Day: Our favorite Duncan coverage

Project Spurs has been online for nearly 12 years now, covering a little over half of Tim Duncan’s career. In that time, we’ve obviously covered #21 quite a bit. Here is a collection of some of our favorites among the Duncan archives over the years. [View the story “A Look Back at Tim Duncan career […]

Project Spurs staff reflects on Duncan’s career, favorite moments

On Monday, San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor declared tomorrow, July 21, as “Tim Duncan Day.” We’ll share some of our favorite coverage on Duncan tomorrow, but to kick things off before that, we asked some of our staff to reflect on Duncan’s career and to share some of their favorite stories or moments. Tim Duncan has […]

Tim Duncan announces retirement

It’s officially the end of an era in San Antonio and the day Spurs fans have been dreading for years. Tim Duncan has called it a career, but what a career it was. After 19 seasons in the NBA and five NBA Championships, Duncan announced his retirement with very little pomp or circumstance, as a press […]

Kawhi Leonard named 2015-16 Defensive Player of the Year

The NBA has announced that San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard has been named the 2015-16 NBA Defensive Player of the Year.  He received the most first place votes, 88, and 547 total points to make him the repeat winner, edging out the likes of Golden State’s Draymond Green and Miami’s Hassan Whiteside. Leonard is […]

Spurs vs. Grizzlies series predictions

With Game 1 of the playoff series between the San Antonio Spurs and Memphis Grizzlies kicking off tomorrow in San Antonio, I polled our staff and a few media members to get their predictions. As for my prediction, while a first round series with the Memphis Grizzlies brings up bad memories for Spurs fans, the […]

West, East All-Star frontcourt starting battles heating up

The third returns for All-Star voting were released recently, and in some cases, many of the starting spots seem to be a lock. But if you take a look at the third frontcourt spot on the Western and Eastern Conference, it could be a battle to the finish. In the East, just over 7,000 votes […]

D-League Update: Showcase Edition

The 19 teams that make up the D-League are in Santa Cruz for the annual D-League showcase. Seats in the Kaiser Permanente Arena will likely be full of scouts and other NBA front office execs, especially since Tuesday signaled the start of the 10-day contract signing period. January 10 also marks the day when all […]

Popovich named Coach of Month for December

The NBA announced today that San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich has been named the Western Conference Coach of the Month for December. Popovich guided the Spurs to a league-best 14-2 record in the month of December, including eight wins by at least 20 points, marking the best December in franchise history. San Antonio […]

Too Little Too Late: Rondo releases statement regarding slur

By now, we’ve all heard about Sacramento Kings guard Rajon Rondo’s gay slur directed at referee Bill Kennedy. Kennedy recently told Yahoo Sports that he is proud to be an NBA official and is proud to be a gay man. Rondo received two technicals and was ejected from the game on December 3 before being suspended […]

D-League Update: Jimmer Mania alive and well in Westchester

We are less than one month from the annual D-League Showcase, and the cream of the D-League is beginning to rise to the top. In the East, the Westchester Knicks sit atop the conference with a  9-3 record. In the West, it’s the Austin Spurs and the Santa Cruz Warriors much like their NBA counterparts […]

The San Antonio Anti-Warriors

As Golden State soars, the Spurs are proving that there’s more than one way to dominate in today’s NBA. It’s easy to take this San Antonio team for granted in the first quarter of what amounts to their preseason. All eyes are on the Golden State Warriors as they should be, and the Spurs just […]

In Hindsight: Was McHale really the problem in Houston

Was Kevin McHale the problem? Was the poor start to Houston’s season his fault? Or, this being a team that comprise of different personalities, might Dwight Howard’s ego colliding with teammates James Harden and Ty Lawson have something to do with McHale’s sudden departure? It seems McHale’s relationship with the Rockets had fluctuated, but it’s […]