Check out five observations on the Spurs, courtesy of Marc Stein.
With Tim Duncan shedding weight to help his knees, the Spurs appear to be heavily invested in winning now.
After helping the Spurs win three championships and establishing himself as one of the premier perimeter defenders of the decade, Bruce Bowen is retiring at 38.
Bruce Bowen has been released by the Bucks and will be an unrestricted free agent next week if he clears waivers, team sources confimed Friday.
Dallas Mavericks center Erick Dampier has escaped a fine after vowing earlier this week to put San Antonio's Tony Parker "on his back" with his first foul in Thursday night's Game 3.
Barring an unforeseen snag, Drew Gooden will be joining the Spurs later this week, according to NBA front-office sources.
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Roger Mason is looking like an even bigger free-agent steal than the San Antonio Spurs thought, writes Marc Stein.
The Lakers did not match the Spurs' energy and took a Game 3 rout, Marc Stein writes.
The Spurs had a 20-point lead and a great chance to take early control of the West semifinals. Then, Kobe struck, Marc Stein writes.
In the biggest game of the season, the Spurs played like champions, writes Marc Stein.
The Suns and Spurs slugged it out, with Phoenix prevailing with a revved-up Shaq. Marc Stein has five observations of note from a desert showdown.
The Mavs went to great lengths to get Jason Kidd. So why wasn't he in the game at the end against the Spurs?
The Suns really weren't in position to prove anything Monday night against San Antonio ... except that Grant Hill is a great fit in Phoenix, Marc Stein writes.
Tim Duncan says this was the greatest Spurs championship. And we should remember he's the greatest player of his generation, Marc Stein writes.
The Spurs earned the respect of LeBron in Game 3. It's a start for a team that doesn't get its full due, Marc Stein writes