I first started writing about sports in January 2015. While I am a writer, my writing to that point had been limited to fiction novels (got four published!) and the occasional blog post about writing or cooking. I hadn’t written anything geared toward the general public for a website in quite some time. Like a lot […]Read more "Back In The Saddle…Maybe"
The Atlanta Hawks have been rumored to be shopping Paul Millsap–you know, the dude who helped them squeak by the San Antonio Spurs in overtime last week by dropping 32 as part of a double-double, and has been helping them stay somewhat relevant. Yesterday, they traded Kyle Korver to the Cleveland Cavaliers (!). To add […]Read more "WTF is Wrong with the Atlanta Hawks?"
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The most-anticipated matchup of the season so far happened on Monday. The San Antonio Spurs visited the white-hot Golden State Warriors in Oakland, Calif., in what was perceived to be a no-holds-barred battle of the two top teams in the league, period–not to mention the whole young guns/old heads and little brother/big brother context. The […]Read more "Where Do The Spurs Go From Here?"
The Golden State Warriors are loosely considered to be a branch on the San Antonio Spurs family tree. Head coach Steve Kerr won two rings with the Spurs as a player, and later served two years as an assistant coach. It is widely recognized that the Warriors run some of the Spurs’ set plays. The […]Read more "‘Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!’: The Warriors-Spurs Sibling Rivalry"
Historic. It’s a word that’s revered in professional sports and reserved for the most egregious accomplishments, like the Golden State Warriors’ red-hot start to the 2015–16 season. The Los Angeles Lakers’ Kobe Bryant recently implored the Warriors to “make history” and the Warriors responded that they are going to chase history, including Bryant’s accomplishments. However, […]Read more "Spurs Continuing To Make History"
The vintage Tony Parker has resurfaced for the San Antonio Spurs through the past few games. Parker, after sitting three games with a sore hip, has managed to score over 20 points per game (including a season-high 31 points against the Detroit Pistons on Jan. 12). The rumors of his demise have been greatly exaggerated, […]Read more "The San Antonio Spurs Should Bet On Bryce Cotton"