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San Antonio Spurs

Originally the Dallas (as well as Texas) Chaparrals who played in the American Basketball Association, they moved to San Antonio and renamed themselves the Spurs for the 1973 season and in 1976 they joined the NBA. Here you can ask questions about the players and anything else about the team.
The mediocre Dallas Chaparrals of the old ABA (American Basketball Assn.) were a dissappointment to their wealthy owner base. In 1973, a few wealthy San Antonio businessmen "rented" the team for a year, moving them to the HemisFair Arena in San Antonio. A fan contest for a new name was held with ...
if you have it in mint condition you may consider selling it on eBay or going to a local flea market to see how much some locals will spend, or you could move out of your parents basement.
Tim Duncan. c/o San Antonio Spurs. One AT&T Center. San Antonio, TX 78219
Yes, 4 in fact 1999 2003 2005 2007
Andrew Bynum was 17 years 8 months and 2 days years of age when he entered the NBA (national basketball association). Andrew Bynum was 10th overall pick in the 2005 NBA draft pick by the Los Anglas Lakers. Jonathan Bender
Manu Ginobili is from Argentina. He currently plays for the San Antonio Spurs.
Tim Duncan was born on April 25, 1976.
From 1976 to the present, the San Antonio Spurs have won 1492 games.
Starting line up is Derick Rose, Ray Allen, Carmelo Anthony, Lebron James, And Kareem Abdul Jabar
Josh Duncan*** and Tim Ducan**** are not related
One AT&T Center San Antonio, TX 78219
Mengke Bateer, Bruce Bowen, Devin Brown, Speedy Claxton, Tim Duncan, Danny Ferry, Manu Ginobili, Anthony Goldwire, Stephen Jackson, Steve Kerr, Tony Parker, David Robinson, Malik Rose, Steve Smith, Kevin Willis
Michael Finley won his only NBA Championship with the San Antonio Spurs in 2007.
5 Championships - 1999, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2014
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Section I-Definition For the purpose of clarification the 24-second device shall be referred to as "the 24-second clock." Section II-Starting and Stopping of 24-Second Clock a. The 24-second clock will start when a team gains new possession of a ball which is in play. b. On a throw-in, the 24...
Tim Duncan has won two MVP awards. One in 2002 and one in 2003. He was also The Finals MVP in '99, '03 and '05.
no... he is married and his wife is expecting twins this summer
No he is not Jewish
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David Robinson is from Miami,Florida :)
Tim Duncan has lead the Spurs to 4 championships. Each one of them came with the help of another superstar, whether it be David Robinson or Manu Ginobili. Three of them came after the 2000's with one coming before.
The San Antonio Spurs are originally from Dallas, Texas. They were named the Dallas Chaparrals way back in the ABA era.
There is no official leader for a team. Tim Duncan could have been leading his team every since his rookie season, but he may not have told anyone. Since the first championship he won, he has been a fairly good leader.
As of 2007, 7-2, with the Lakers on top.
yes, yes they are.
Alvin Gentry did not play in any NBA team. He has only coached NBA teams.
4 championships (1999,2003,2005,2007)
Lol "San Antonio River" 5th grade history
Yes. They were the #1 seed in the Western Conference and defeated Minnesota and Dallas in the first two rounds before losing to the Lakers in the Conference finals.
I am not so sure about San Antonio, but you can order wholesale jewelry online.
-Spurs got a 58-24 record -Spurs lose 5 games in 2002 second round -Spurs announced their new home court, SBC Center (currently AT&T Center) -David Robinson announced that its his last in NBA
San Antonio's department of health is formally known as the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District .
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Four former Spurs are in the Hall of Fame: 1. George "Ice Man" Gervin 2. Moses Malone, inducted in 2001. 3. Dominique Wilkins, inducted in 2006. 4. David Robinson, inducted in 2009. While the Spurs don't have their own Hall of Fame, they do have 6 jerseys retired, which are: 00 -...
The 2009 San Antonio Spurs starting lineup was Tony Parker, Roger Mason, Jr., Michael Finley, Matt Bonner, and Tim Duncan. Only Tony Parker is an international player. He is from France. Other international players on their team include Manu Ginobili & Fabricio Oberto, both from Argentina, and Ian...
They have played 132 times in the regular season and the score as of the 10th March 09 is Lakers 67 Spurs 65. They have played 52 times in the playoffs with the score Lakers 34 Spurs 18
The youngest player on the San Antonio Spurs is rookie Malik Hairston, who played for the University of Oregon. He was born on February 23, 1987, and is 21 years of age.
The whole Team. There is no one player who carries the team through every game, this role passes around from Tim Duncan to Tony Parker to Emmanuel (Manu) Ginobili to Roger Mason Jr. ... Yeah that guy was a little bit exaggerating with Roger Mason Jr. but with the others i agree, next best...
His height isn't officially listed. However, photographs of him on the sidelines during games seem to show that he's about the same height as Tony Parker. Parker is listed as 6'2", or 188cm.
It was on December 5th, 1835.
of course he was he won two rings and three defensive players of the year on that team
In 2009 Tim Duncan is the highest paid Spurs player with a income of $22,183,220
The Spurs franchise actually started in Dallas as the Chaparrals in 1967, but moved to San Antonio and were renamed the Spurs in 1973.
There are many players that play for San Antonio um theres Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobli, Richard Jefferson. What player are you talking about?
As of the end of the 2009 Season it is 0.675
Season: 2005-06 Wins: 63 Loses: 19 Percentage: .768
The Spurs franchise began as the Dallas Chaparrals of the American Basketball Association in 1967. The Chaparrals were relocated to San Antonio and renamed the Spurs in 1973 while still a member of the ABA. When the ABA disbanded in 1976, the Spurs were admitted into the NBA.
Damon stoudamire and Avery Johnson were both 5'10. but Damon only played there for a year or two. Avery Johnson is known as a spur and helped them win a championship in 1999. his number is retired there
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The Spurs have played basketball in San Antonio since 1836, when Davy Crockett (the team's founder) invented the slam dunk a few hours before being killed at the Battle of the Alamo. They were named the Spurs because the original team wore spurs and cowboy boots instead of basketball shoes. ...
Bill Schoening is the Spurs radio announcer.
The Spurs athletic trainer is Will Sevening
the San Antonio Spurs
For a team it depends on how many people there are on that team, example: If there is 8 people on a team, there can only be 9-15 players on a team.
They have a practice center across the street from the statium.
The San Antonio Spurs have won four NBA championships (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007). They have also won four Western Conference titles and 15 Division titles. Their record in the NBA finals is 4-0.
Tim Duncan- Center Boris Diaw- Power Forward Kawhi Leonard- Small Forward Danny Green- Shooting Guard Tony Parker- Point Guard
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The Spurs entered the NBA on June 17, 1976. The Spurs are based outof San Antonio, Texas. The team plays their home games at the ATTCenter.
Nowadays foreign players are better at basketball compared to the US. The Olympics can not be ruled by the US any longer because countries have played more and more basketball. Soon a lot more team will have foreign born players.
Since the 2002-03 season he was drafted in 1999
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The Dallas Chaperalls ( why do you think Dallas hates us most of all )
The spurs are a very good and consistant team. In 2011, they were the number one ranked team in the west and second overall behind the chicago bulls. When the two teams mached up, the spurs would win the majority of the games. However, in 2012, the tides have shifted. The Oklahome City Thunder are...
They currently call the at&t center home (formerly the SBC center). It's an indoor arena that holds a capacity of just over 18,500 people. Prior to moving to the at&t center the spurs played in the alamodome, a football stadium that seats some 65,000 plus at capacity. Before that they played in...
No. The Dallas Chaparrals of the ABA, originally changed cities and names to the San Antonio Spurs. Then later changed leagues. (From ABA-NBA)
well, everyone is really good. I guess it depends on what your asking. For example, best defense, best offense, etc. No one player is the only good one.
These two teams are both very good. They end up with very similar records. They also have several good players. In the end, I would say that the home team would win.