1. Manu Ginobili Turned Back the Clock with His Epic Game 5 Performance

    As injuries started rolling in on the San Antonio Spurs , Manu Ginobili turned back the hands of time to put on a performance in Texas. Watch above...

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  2. Always Ready, Manu Ginobili Saves Spurs with a Performance Few Could Muster

    SAN ANTONIO — Kawhi Leonard had limped to the bench due to pain he was unable to hide. While all eyes settled on the San Antonio Spurs ' writhing star during the timeout, ...

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  3. Manu Ginobili's 12 Points the Most He's Scored in Playoffs Since 2015

    Fact: Manu Ginobili had 12 points in the Spurs ' 110-107 win over the Rockets on Tuesday night, the most he's scored in a postseason game since he had 14 in Game 5 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals against the Clippers in 2015...

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  4. Kawhi Leonard Says He'll Play vs. Rockets in Game 6 Despite Ankle Injury

    Despite suffering an ankle injury during Tuesday's 110-107 Game 5 playoff win over the Houston Rockets , San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard said he'll play in Thursday's Game 6...

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  5. Manu Ginobili Describes Game-Clinching Block in Game 5 vs. Rockets

    San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili turned back the clock Tuesday and preserved his team's 110-107 overtime victory over the Houston Rockets by blocking James Harden 's three-pointer in the final seconds...

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  6. Danny Green Leads Spurs Past Rockets in OT to Take 3-2 Series Lead

    In a game that was defined by lethargy late, the oldest player on the floor stepped up and sealed things for the San Antonio Spurs as they escaped Game 5 with a 110-107 overtime win over the Houston Rockets at AT&T Center...

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  7. Kawhi Leonard Suffers Ankle Injury vs. Rockets

    San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard suffered an ankle injury in Game 5 against the Houston Rockets on Tuesday and was unable to finish the game...

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  8. Kawhi Leonard's Quiet Game 4 a Missed Opportunity to Make Superstar Statement

    HOUSTON — Especially because Kawhi Leonard doesn't give us anything off the court, we need momentous feats from him on the court...

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  9. Spurs Held the Rockets to Their Lowest Point Total of the Season

    Fact: The Spurs beat the Rockets 103-92 on Friday night, holding Houston to its lowest point total of the entire season...

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  10. Can San Antonio Spurs Survive Loss of Tony Parker for Remainder of Playoff Run?

    Looking for the best NBA coverage around? Bleacher Report is the go-to destination for basketball fans everywhere. B/R's NBA coverage delivers must-see on-court analysis on a daily basis...

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  11. Without Tony Parker, Spurs Need Kawhi Leonard to Channel His Inner James Harden

    SAN ANTONIO — A Thursday morning MRI on San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker 's left leg revealed what the four-time All- NBA player and the club feared after San Antonio's ...

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  12. Tony Parker Needs Season-Ending Surgery on Leg Injury

    San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker will miss the rest of the team's playoff run after suffering a leg injury Wednesday night during Game 2 of the Spurs' second-round series against the Houston Rockets , the Spurs announced on Thursday...

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  13. Tony Parker Carried off Court with Knee Injury in Game 2 vs. Rockets

    San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker left Wednesday's Game 2 against the Houston Rockets due to a knee injury. As Michael C. Wright of ESPN noted, a couple of teammates were forced to carry him off the court...

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  14. Spurs Advance with 103-96 Game 6 Win vs. Grizzlies Behind Kawhi Leonard

    The ruthlessly consistent San Antonio Spurs are moving on to the second round again. San Antonio finished its first-round series against the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday with a 103-96 victory at FedEx Forum...

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  15. Gregg Popovich Says Kawhi Leonard Is Best Player in NBA After Game 6 Win

    San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich thinks highly of his star player. " Kawhi Leonard , in my opinion, is the best player in the league right now," Popovich told reporters ...

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  16. Marc Gasol Hits OT Game-Winner to Even Series vs. Spurs; Kawhi Leonard Scores 43

    Marc Gasol played the role of hero with the game-winning shot for the Memphis Grizzlies in a 110-108 overtime victory in Game 4 of the Western Conference quarterfinals to even the series at two...

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  17. Former NBA Coaches Sound off on Controversial 'Take That for Data' Rant

    SAN ANTONIO — No player has been more dominant in the early stages of the NBA playoffs than San Antonio Spurs MVP candidate Kawhi Leonard ...

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  18. Kawhi Leonard, Spurs Blast Grizzlies 96-82 to Take 2-0 Series Lead

    The San Antonio Spurs are one of the legitimate obstacles standing in the way of an NBA Finals rubber match between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers , and they proved why Monday...

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  19. Spurs Cruise to Blowout Game 1 Win over Grizzlies; Kawhi Leonard Scores 32

    The San Antonio Spurs stormed back from an early deficit to earn an easy 111-82 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 1 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series Saturday...

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  20. Jonathon Simmons Dunks All Over Meyers Leonard

    Jonathon Simmons took flight on Monday night against the Portland Trail Blazers. With just over a minute left in the fourth quarter and the Spurs leading Portland 92-91, ...

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  21. Manu Ginobili's Handles Disorient Tim Quarterman and Noah Vonleh

    Manu Ginobili sent the Trail Blazers bumbling on the court on Monday night. The Spurs shooting guard showed no mercy on Portland's defense in the first quarter, keeping the Blazers guessing with his quick moves...

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  22. The Making of Kawhi Leonard, the Silent Superstar

    He's got a ring, a deadly jumper and...jokes? Get to know the NBA superstar who can kill your team's championship dreams without saying a word

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  23. Tim Duncan's Former Financial Adviser Pleads Guilty to Fraud Charge

    Tim Duncan 's former financial adviser Charles Banks pleaded guilty to wire fraud and could be sentenced to up to 20 years in prison, according to the Associated Press (via ESPN )...

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  24. Russell Westbrook's 39th Triple-Double Not Enough as Spurs Rally to Beat Thunder

    Russell Westbrook is the NBA 's walking triple-double, but Kawhi Leonard's San Antonio Spurs are the more serious championship contenders and defensive juggernauts...

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  25. After Scary Diagnosis, San Antonio Spurs See an Inspired LaMarcus Aldridge

    SAN ANTONIO — Over the course of his 11-year NBA career, All-NBA power forward LaMarcus Aldridge has lost playing time to sprained thumbs, sprained ankles, sprained feet, a torn right hip labrum and a strained left groin...

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