Teardroppin’ My Favorite Tony Parker Games – #12

With the news last week that Tony Parker had signed with the Hornets, its been an emotional time for me. Objectively, it was likely a good move for the Spurs just because Tony is not the player he used to be.   However, thinking like that makes me feel like I took him for granted back… Continue reading Teardroppin’ My Favorite Tony Parker Games – #12

The Manuest Games Ever Ginobilied #2

2014 was the first NBA season I watched without much enthusiasm.  I was pretty emotionally numbed from the horror that had befallen the Spurs in 2013 and my brain reacted accordingly.  All season long, I refused to get very invested only to have it all slammed back in my face. The Spurs had the best… Continue reading The Manuest Games Ever Ginobilied #2

The Fourth Most Manuest Game Ever Ginobilied

#4.  2005 NBA Finals Game 1 vs Detroit One of my favorite things about Manu is his ability to make a game his.  This means more than just dominating games.  Timmy, Tony, and Kawhi dominate games regularly but it always feels like pre-ordained.  Manu is chaos.  Manu grabs a game's flow and basically forces it to… Continue reading The Fourth Most Manuest Game Ever Ginobilied

The Manuest Games Ever Ginobilied (#5)

Slowly but surely I am getting through these.  As we get closer to the top, the games are more and more weighted towards those where the stakes are higher than ever.  Today, my list only has one game but it is one of the most clutch plays in a do-or-die situation I've seen in my… Continue reading The Manuest Games Ever Ginobilied (#5)

Most Manuest Games Ever Ginobilied: (#9-10)

Hi all, I started my list of my twelve favorite Manu playoff games a few days ago but sadly I only got through two of them.  That tactic may be brilliant at building up suspense but I dare not string y'all along for much longer.  Sooo here are a couple more of his games. #10:  2013… Continue reading Most Manuest Games Ever Ginobilied: (#9-10)

Why LaMarcus Aldridge isn’t a True Spur

I sometimes think I'm a huge softie when it comes to the Spurs and the NBA in general.  I am the first to look for extenuating circumstances when a player is criticized. Usually I can find some examples that history has forgotten that, in my mind, exonerates them.  Nothing is binary when it comes to… Continue reading Why LaMarcus Aldridge isn’t a True Spur