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Marilyn Dubinski has been covering the Spurs for Pounding the Rock since 2016 and is currently the Deputy Manager, editor and writer. She first began covering the Spurs for Bleacher Report in 2009. She graduated from Texas A&M University, Class of 2008 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Spatial Science and is a Sr. Pipeline Integrity Analyst.

Getting to know Pounding the Rock’s writers: Marilyn Dubinski

Growing up a San Antonian and Spurs fan to actually writing about them has fulfilled many dreams.

Week in Review: Victor Wembanyama’s historic triple-double height of wild week

The Spurs busted another losing streak in spectacular fashion before heading into the All-Star break having been Kyrie-Irvinged.

What it’s like having Shaquille O’Neal say your name on national television

Laughing and screaming emoji all at one time is the best way to describe it.

Victor Wembanyama became “the first player in NBA history” multiple times this week

From Toronto to Dallas, Wemby set all kinds of rookie records to cap off the pre All-Star stretch of the season.

San Antonio vs. Dallas, Final Score: Spurs go ice cold after quick start against Mavs, lose 93-116

After a great 18 minutes to open the game, the Spurs went ice cold in a blowout loss ahead entering the All-Star break.

Report: The Spurs and Hawks discussed a potential trade for Trae Young

And the Spurs are considered the favorite for landing Young if the Hawks decide to trade him this summer.

San Antonio at Toronto, Final Score: Wemby’s historic night leads Spurs blowout of Raptors, 122-99

Wemby got his second career triple-double and put up a one-of-a-kind first half statline to lead the Spurs to victory.

Week in Review: Spurs open Rodeo Road Trip with second straight winless week

The Spurs continue to look tired and lacking an extra gear as the losing streak stretches to seven.

The best moves of the NBA trade deadline

The Spurs were not the only one who didn’t make big trades but some teams shook things up and improved and others made surprising moves at the deadline.

San Antonio vs. Orlando, Final Score: Spurs can’t overcome Magic’s hot shooting, lose 111-127

9 threes in the third quarter was too much for the Spurs, even with a historic run from Vassell.