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GameThread #6 - San Antonio Spurs @ Charlotte Bobcats (Part I)

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We will have Roll Call in the QuickCap at the end of the game, so be sure to stick around for that.

Regular Season Game #6
San Antonio Spurs @ Charlotte Bobcats

AT&T Center - San Antonio, TX
6:00 PM Central (SPURS) Time

00:00 GMT

Likely Starters

San Antonio Spurs

Charlotte Bobcats
Tony Parker PG D.J. Augustin
Manu Ginobili SG Stephen Jackson
Richard Jefferson SF Gerald Wallace
DeJuan Blair PF Boris Diaw
Tim Duncan C Nazr Mohammed
George Hill
James Anderson
Tyrus Thomas
Shaun Livingston
Gregg Popovich Coaching Larry Brown

Matt Bonner - Ankle (O)


Kwame Brown - L Ankle Sprain (O)
Dominic McGuire - L Shin/Stress Fracture (O)


Joe Crawford Tommy Nunez Jr. Tom Washington

Watching/Listening to the Game


This game will be aired on NBA League Pass, FSSW in the San Antonio area.


As always, NBA league pass is recommended for those who are willing to pony up the cash. Almost every Spurs game will be broadcast there, which is especially helpful for those of us who aren't in the San Antonio area.

Please don't post links to illegal game feeds in the game thread. Links to illegal feeds are not permitted on SBNation, but you can probably find them out there on the internets if you're resourceful and desperate. You can also shoot an email to (IMPORTANT: please include your PtR username in the email) for more assistance.

Spurs League Pass audio is still free this year, so check it out.


If you're in the San Antonio area and aren't near a TV, tune in to WOAI (1200 AM).


JRW Podcast #1 - Click here to listen

JRW Podcast #1 from Josh Guyer on Vimeo.

While you’re waiting for tip-off, jollyrogerwilco and I have something for your listening pleasure. It’s the inaugural edition of The JRW Podcast. He recorded this on his way home from the overtime victory over the Rockets. He goes over some things that you can watch for in tonight’s game, and then there’s a detailed description of the end of regulation and OT. Check it out.