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Russell Westbrook might be basketball's best straight-line driver. But the Oklahoma City Thunder superstar certainly has some wiggle, too. Just ask Danny Green.
Monta's moodiness doesn't really matter when he finds the bottom of the cup like he did with 38 points against the Spurs.
Monta Ellis either forgot that the San Antonio Spurs wing has klaws for hands, or simply thought "having it all" would rule the day. Either way, we suggest he try a different approach next time. Leonard leads the league in steals for a reason, and this was far too easy for him.
Danny Green got all Mr. Miyagi before the Hawks game, and Timmy appeared to stir-it-up from the sideline. But which dance was better?
Pop was pretty irate after his Spurs lost to the Knicks in overtime.
The Claw overpowers Kevin Martin.
Manu Ginobili left the game with an ankle injury. How much time will he miss?
The Golden State Warriors are taking a page from the Spurs and resting basically everyone against the Nuggets
Sad Kevin Love is sad, but he was banged up last night. And, whoa, this back-screen to free Kyrie in OT was fantastic .
Kyrie Irving was an exploded sun on Thursday night, pouring in an NBA season high of 57 points in an overtime win over the Spurs.
KYRIE is in stoppable! He had 46 in regulation and 11 more in overtime for a career-high 57!
They were going at it in the first half on TNT tonight. So who dunked it better?
Tim Duncan's girlfriend took umbrage after her beau was injured when Amir Johnson threw a forearm shiver into Tiago Splitter.
The San Antonio Spurs are back, and Kawhi Leonard's re-emergence as his team's most important two-way force is the biggest reason why. This is the remarkably fluid athlete with limbs for days that won Finals MVP last June.
It's no wonder the Big Three is so genial with Gregg Popovich. Winners of five straight games, the Spurs are suddenly flashing the historically dominant form that made them NBA Champions last June. It was inevitable, folks – San Antonio is coming.
Tony Parker hits Aaron Brooks with the nice spin move and hesi, Duncan, Diaw and the rest of the Spurs bench approve.
There's no telling how much longer Gregg Popovich will roam the sidelines for the San Antonio Spurs. Though many believe he'll ultimately retire whenever Tim Duncan finally decides to hang it up, the reigning Coach of the Year signed a multi-season contract extension last summer. For all we know, the 66 year-old could coach into the 2020s.
Cousins never should have rotated over.
Interestingly, Parker is taking a slightly larger percentage of his shots from from the restricted area since his injury, and his amount of attempts from the paint has barely moved, too. However, Popovich still points to Parker's decreasing penchant for penetrating as reason for San Antonio's uncharacteristic offensive performance.