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The Over-invested Fan

An Over-invested fan bids Tim Duncan farewell

It's not easy to deal with the end of a career that spanned your entire life as a basketball fan.

A fan's thoughts on the playoffs and free agency

As the heartbreak from the loss to the Clippers begins to fade, it's time to look at the future.

A Spurs fan mourns the apparent demise of OKC

We're on the verge of a great rivalry, but the final showdown between OKC and the Spurs may never come.

Spurs over Warriors means everything or nothing

San Antonio crushed Golden State Sunday night, which may or may not be a serious event full of foreshadowing.

The promise Spurs fans make to themselves

Can the burning desire of fanhood ever be quenched?

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Kawhi Tells Spurs Fans He's Leaving in HEB Commercials

What I learned at the Spurs game in Oakland

Going to an NBA by yourself can feel a little weird. But for one fan, the experience unlocked a new appreciation for his favorite team.

The Talented Mr. Green

There have been some low moments during Danny's run, but he's fought through them. He's San Antonio's Ringo Starr. It's time for a look at Danny Green's time with the Spurs.

Back, I mean, Forward To The Future

An offseason change of address for LeBron, the dismantling of the Miami Heat, and a number of potential contenders with some serious uncertainties makes the upcoming NBA season a year without an odds-on favorite for the title. It'a a "Hot Iron" year.

Tournaments, tickets and international ball

While the world seems to be on fire, the NBA has cooled off, but the summer is the perfect time to take a look at questions like midseason tournaments, international play and season tickets.

An open letter to Cleveland Cavaliers fans

A Spurs fan who has seen his team grow up gives advice to Cavs fans on what they can expect

The team that outlasted them all

The Spurs have weathered Miami's Big Three, the Seven Seconds or Less Suns, the rough-and-tumble Pistons and two incarnations of the Los Angeles Lakers in winning five championships over the past 15 years.

Planning the Spurs' Championship DVD

First, the Spurs need to hire a gospel choir. -- Ever think Tim Duncan has stuck around so long because he's launching Skynet? -- The NBA draft is an excuse to watch the world burn. -- Rooting against the Milwaukee Bucks till the end of time.

Saying goodbye to the worst Spurs playoff losses

The 2014 championship kissed years of painful playoff exits goodbye. None shall weep, every tear hath been wiped from the eyes of Spurs fans now that all has been made right. Here's one last look at the losses that have haunted the Spurs faithful.

An over-invested Spurs fan's tale

How one man came back to the sport and team he loved by learning how to enjoy the game -- win or lose.

A game to remember: Part One

Part one of this series re-examines Game 3 of the Spurs and Hornets series in 2008, when the Spurs got a victory back in San Antonio. T-Young compares Pop's coaching moves to his mediocre dance floor antics.

Is being a fan worth the pain?

A lifelong Spurs fan wrestles with several hard questions in the aftermath of the Spurs' near-championship.

Are you not entertained!?

In the face of Heat-centric media focus, the Spurs play the part of Maximus, bent on exacting timely revenge against their foe.

San Antonio's timely shots cooled the Heat

At the end of each quarter in game one of the Finals, the Spurs were able to come up with a timely bucket. Through the first three quarters, these shots provided momentum kept the game close; in the final quarter, it iced the game.

Dreams Come True

The Only thing I have loved since childhood besides my parents and dogs are the San Antonio Spurs. They've made me laugh, made me cry, caused me to put holes in walls and provided some of my greatest memories...

Life is Full of Possibilities

Up 2-0, the Spurs seem to be sitting pretty against the Memphis Grizzlies, but this series still seems like it could go so many different ways. Here's an examination of all the paths the series might take.

Matt Bonner makes good

In 2011, Matt Bonner hit two heroic late threes in Game One against Memphis, but they were only to be forgotten after the Spurs gave up the game. In game one this year, Bonner got to take off like he never has before in a playoff game.