If you live in San Antonio you may hear Tim Duncan's melodic voice the next time you pick up the phone.
Have you been dying to ask Matt Bonner a question? Well now is your chance! Send in a question to the Matt Bonner Mailbag.
People keep thinking Brian Scalabrine is Matt Bonner's alter ego, Coach B.
On Tuesday night against the Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich reached into his bag of tricks and pulled out everyone's old friend, the Hack-a-Shaq strategy. For seven straight possessions, the Spurs intentionally fouled Dwight Howard.
Rejoice! One has come to save us from this tedious season!
This past weekend the San Antonio Spurs held their annual dinner and auction gala, Tux ‘N Tennies, with proceeds going to the nonprofit partner for Spurs Sports & Entertainment, Silver & Black Give Back. The theme for the night was Spurs Night Live, a play off of Saturday Night Live as it featured performances by Spurs players like this spot on Andy Kaufman impersonation by forward Matt Bonner:
Comedic performances are not new to Bonner, as last year he performed live improv with iO Chicago and his Coach B persona is a well known Internet celebrity.
For those of you unfamiliar with the original Kaufman bit, do take the minute and forty-four seconds to watch the comedic genius at work:
Kaufman performed this bit on the very first episode of SNL on October 11, 1975 and it is great to see that after thirty plus years it still holds up. It is also great to see that Bonner, like with his perfect shooting form, displayed perfect form in this performance:
(H/T Luke Bonner)
Stepping through the looking glass. Falling through the rabbit hole. Forthright analysis of last night's most craptastic blowouts.
In Saturday night's Rockets/Spurs game, Houston coach Kevin McHale decided to get in on the recent spat of coaching shenanigans, and it raised Spurs coach Gregg Popovich's ire enough for Pop to draw the technical.
The San Antonio Spurs continue their tradition of flying under the radar, much like a horror movie villain. And as is the case with said villain, by the time you're paying attention, it's already too late to avoid the inevitable culling.
15-Footer time! 11 games, including an ESPN doubleheader. What a great way to spend a Friday evening, right? ...right?!