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April 18, 2012 | By Mark Medina
ESPN Los Angeles' Dave McMenamin has a must-read Q&A with Lakers executive Jim Buss on a wide range of topics , including how his relationship with Kobe Bryant has improved, how the new collective bargaining agreement severely hurts the Lakers, and more. Game stories -- The Times' Ben Bolch examines how different the Lakers looked in their split series against the Spurs. -- The Orange County Register's Kevin Ding says the Lakers looked too predictable without Kobe Bryant in the lineup.
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July 3, 2013 | By Dan Loumena
Meet the new San Antonio Spurs -- same as the old San Antonio Spurs now that the team has come to terms with veteran guard Manu Ginobili and somewhat-improving center Tiago Splitter. The Argentine stars have reportedly agreed to two- and four-year contracts, respectively, leaving the Spurs with basically the same nucleus that was good enough to win the Western Conference but not quite up to the task of dethroning LeBron James and the Miami Heat as NBA champions. Despite an aging roster, the Spurs appear content to bring back the shooting guard who turns 36 this month to again play alongside power forward Tim Duncan (37)
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March 14, 2014 | By Eric Pincus
The San Antonio Spurs have survived injuries to Manu Ginobili, Kawhi Leonard, Tony Parker, Tiago Splitter and Danny Green to climb to an NBA-best 48-16. The Lakers have not been able to stay afloat with their long list of injuries, with recent word that Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash are done for the season with a combined 16 games played. After a loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder (48-17) on Thursday, the Lakers will have a difficult challenge in San Antonio on the second night of a back-to-back.
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January 9, 2013 | By Eric Pincus
Spurs 108 - Lakers 105 (end of regulation) The Spurs gave the Lakers almost every opportunity in the fourth quarter, as the Lakers stormed back within three-points with 54 seconds left in the game. Manu Ginobili hit a three pointer 11 seconds later, which seemed like the dagger. Instead, Earl Clark, with his best game as a Laker (and as a pro) hit a three with 31.7 seconds left on the clock. Tony Parker then turned the ball over with 10.4 seconds left, giving the Lakers an opportunity to tie the game at 108, but Kobe Bryant missed a contested three-pointer.
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April 20, 2013 | By Mike Bresnahan
Even without Kobe Bryant, it's the most compelling first-round series. Everybody loves an underdog, but everybody seems to hate the free-spending Lakers, so whom does America root for in this one? The vanilla-flavored San Antonio Spurs or the Blake Mambas? The team that does everything adored by basketball purists or the guys who do nothing enjoyed by traditionalists? The team with a dinged-up Tony Parker or the team with a messed-up Steve Nash? They appear to be evenly matched on paper, their final combined scores through three games standing at 278-278.
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February 20, 2012
Tony Parker scored 23 points and Matt Bonner hit five three-point shots and the San Antonio Spurs defeated the Utah Jazz, 106-102, Monday night in Salt Lake City for their 11th consecutive victory. Richard Jefferson's three-pointer with 6.5 seconds left sealed the victory for the Spurs, who have not lost on the road since Jan. 29 in Dallas. San Antonio is 7-0 on a nine-game trip. Al Jefferson had 20 points and Paul Millsap 16 for Utah, which fell below .500 for the first time since Jan. 2. The Spurs kept the NBA's longest win streak alive despite injuries to Manu Ginobili and Tiago Splitter, both expected to miss two weeks.
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May 18, 2013 | By Ben Bolch
SAN ANTONIO - Surprise, surprise, the Lakers made it to the Western Conference finals. Not really. But they did get repeatedly name-dropped Saturday by the San Antonio Spurs, which made sense considering the frontcourt duo the Spurs face in this round of the playoffs somewhat resembles the Lakers' tandem they quickly dispatched in the first round. Even one of the last names is the same. Instead of Pau Gasol and Dwight Howard, the Spurs must contend with the Memphis Grizzlies' Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph starting Sunday afternoon in Game 1 of the conference finals at AT&T Center.
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December 27, 2011 | By Broderick Turner
Reporting from San Antonio — History hasn't been kind to the Clippers when they have faced the San Antonio Spurs. There was the time the Clippers lost 18 straight games to the Spurs. There is the 29-113 overall record the franchise has produced against the Spurs. There is the nearly 10-year drought for the Clippers in San Antonio, site of Wednesday night's game. Not many teams have had success against the Spurs, who won four NBA championships from 1999 to 2007.
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January 19, 2013 | By Ben Bolch
BIGFOOT'S LAIR 1. OKLAHOMA CITY (32-8)     Playing Clippers before Lakers this week is like taking on varsity before the JV. (1) 2. CLIPPERS (32-9) Paul, Griffin to Lakers counterparts at All-Star Game: “Funny seeing you here.” (2) 3. MIAMI (26-12)     LeBron James leaves rest of NBA feeling 20,000 leagues under the sea. (4) 4. SAN ANTONIO (32-11)     It's hard to beat Spurs with that beast in the frontcourt. You know, Tiago Splitter. (3) UNICORNS FROLICKING IN THE BROOK 5. NEW YORK (25-13)
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June 12, 2013 | By Ben Bolch
1. LeBron James is human. The Miami superstar missed 11 of his first 13 shots on the way to 15 points during the Heat's 113-77 beatdown in Game 3 of the Finals, hardly resembling the player who has had a season for the ages. James made only seven of 21 shots, including one of five from three-point range. Credit Kawhi Leonard's defense and blame James for stumbling badly on basketball's biggest stage. To put James' series-long struggles in perspective, San Antonio's Danny Green has scored six more points in the first three games of the Finals than James has. That's the same Green who was cut by the Cleveland Cavaliers after being a teammate of James'.
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