J.R. Wilco


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.


JRW and Phil preview the Spurs vs. Heat NBA Finals


Talking Spurs as part of Phil Naessens all NBA Finals Preview Show

No 2012: Fraternizing w/Enemy - Update #3

During the Western Conference Finals, J.A. Sherman of Welcome to Loud City and J.R. Wilco of Pounding the Rock discussed all things Spurs/Thunder and ThunderSpurs. Now that the series is over, it's...

JRW talks Game 6 with Phil Naessens


I share my thoughts about Game 6 and who the MVP of the series was and much more Spurs talk

Stretching: Fraternizing with the Enemy - Updated

Five games. Five blowouts. Game 6 is in Oklahoma City tonight and the question are: What did the Spurs do in Game 5, and what can the Thunder do to counter them in Game 6? Or does any of that...

Reserve duty: Fraternizing with the Enemy

Heading back to San Antonio for Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals, the home team has won every game. But is home court really that important, or was the return of Serge Ibaka the difference...

Like a horror movie: Fraternizing with the Enemy

The worst fears of Spurs fans were realized as Serge Ibaka returned from his "season ending" injury to play fantastic ball. How should San Antonio prepare for Game 4?

JRW & J.A. Sherman talk WCF w/Phil Naessens


Sherm and I join Phil for two segments where we talk about the officiating, the Ibaka effect, Russell Westbrook and more from this series and Erler gets to talk soccer!

Game 3 Preview: Spurs vs Thunder


The Spurs travel to Oklahoma City with a 2-0 series lead. What could go wrong?

Familiar Territory: Fraternizing with the Enemy

If being up 2-0 in the Western Conference Finals against the Oklahoma City Thunder gives Spurs fans a sense of déjà vu, it's only because they've been paying attention.

Will Serge Ibaka play after all?


With words like "significant progress" and "listed as day-to-day" being thrown around, suddenly the Spurs suspicion that Ibaka wasn't out for the season looks less like paranoia, and more like...

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