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J.R. Wilco

Editor-in-Chief

After over a year's worth of reading the site without ever commenting, J.R. Wilco joined Pounding the Rock at the very end of the 2008 regular season, just before the fantastic series against the Phoenix Suns that began with the double overtime Game 1 victory that was made possible by three pointers that tied the game at the end of the 4th quarter (Michael Finely) as well as overtime (Tim Duncan.) After that, he was hooked, and after being invited by Wayne Vore, who was running PtR at the time, he moved to the masthead as a moderator. Upon WVATS' departure, he took over the site is now overseeing his third season. He lives in Austin with his wife and five children, the jrwlings, which range in age from 13 to 3. He travels to San Antonio to see the Spurs play as often as he can.

MOST RECENT POSTS

JRW and Phil talk Austin Daye & Parker's injuries

Phil and I discuss Austin Daye and Tony Parker

Who's on San Antonio's Mt. Rushmore?

There's been a lot of talk in the NBA recently about who belongs on the league's Mt. Rushmore. But when it comes to the Spurs, it's easy pickings.

J.R. Wilco talks fake trades with Phil Naessens

Phil and I talk fake trades, rumors, the media and more

Belinelli & Splitter questionable against Bobcats

In San Antonio's current game of musical chairs with injuries, Marco Belinelli and Tiago Splitter are questionable for Saturday night's game against the Charlotte Bobcast. But Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Boris Diaw are available.

JRW talks about Duncan's All Star snub with Phil

Tim's snub, the defense is back and Phil boos Pop.

Belinelli to compete in the three point contest

Following in the footsteps of Matt Bonner, Marco will go to New Orleans to represent the Spurs on ASW.

Gregg Popovich's most deadpan interview yet

David Aldridge has had difficult interviews with Pop before -- the "Happy" one comes to mind -- but this time things go quite well. Until they take a turn for the ironic once Aldridge's done asking questions.

GIF Breakdown: Spurs at Wizards

Game 2 of the Rodeo Road Trip took the Spurs through the nation's capitol to take on the Wizards. Once again, San Antonio was down by a large margin in the 2nd half. Once again, they came back to win ... but it took two of overtime periods this time.

Tim's All-Star case is championed by ... the NYT?

Tim Duncan wasn't chosen to represent the Western Conference an All-Star, and Harvey Araton of the New York Times is outraged.

JRW & Phil discuss the Spurs' most difficult month

It's been a rough January and I'm really looking forward to February and a healthy Spurs team

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