San Antonio Spur Josh Richardson is selling his Miami mansion for $11.5 million

Spurs guard Josh Richardson is looking to pick up $11.5 million for a sprawling mansion he put on the market last week…

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San Antonio Spur Josh Richardson looking to sell his Miami mansion for $11.5 million
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San Antonio Spur Lonnie Walker IV just bought this $544,500 home

San Antonio Spurs guard Lonnie Walker IV this month closed on a $544,500 four-bedroom home near La Cantera, according to Bexar County…

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San Antonio Spur Lonnie Walker IV has purchased this $544,500 four-bedroom home
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The Spurs' Tim Duncan is now a Hall of Famer, and San Antonio Twitter is here for it

From the time power forward Tim Duncan helped the San Antonio Spurs land its first title in 1999, it was pretty easy…

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The Spurs' Tim Duncan is now a Hall of Famer, and San Antonio Twitter is here for it
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All the fans we saw at the Spurs' Tim Duncan Hall of Fame Photo Walk

Spurs fans will get to celebrate Tim Duncan’s induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame with plenty of cool activities…

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All the fans we saw at the Spurs' Tim Duncan Hall of Fame Photo Walk
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A $3.6 Million San Antonio Mansion Two Houses Down From Manu Ginobili Is on the Market

Who wouldn't want to have Manu Ginobili living on their street? Sure, he's a four time NBA champion, but he seems like…

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For $3.6 Million, You Could Buy This San Antonio Home and Live Two Doors Down From Manu Ginobili
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San Antonio Spurs Fans Mourn the End of the Team's 22-Season Playoff Streak

The Silver and Black have been making it to the playoffs for so long, it had started to feel like a given. But…

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Fans React to the End of the Spurs' Long-Running Playoffs Streak
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Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich Just Cut the Sale Price of His San Antonio Mansion to $3.1 Million

Gregg Popovich may be the winningest coach in NBA history, but the guy can't seem to catch a break when it comes…

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Coach Gregg Popovich Just Cut the Sale Price of His Mansion to $3.1 Million
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Former Spur Danny Green is Selling His San Antonio Home for $485k

It may have been more than a year ago that longtime Spur Danny Green was traded from the San Antonio team, but…

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Located within the 78257 zip code, you'll find Green's former home at 4119 Muir Wood Drive. The home is currently listed at $485,000.
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David Robinson, Sean Elliott and All the VIP We Saw at Tony Parker's Retirement Party at Brasão Brazilian Steakhouse

While San Antonians and Spurs fans alike will pack into the AT&T Center on Monday night to honor the one and only…

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David Robinson, Sean Elliott and All the VIP We Saw at Tony Parker's Retirement Party at Brasão Brazilian Steakhouse
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Spurs Star Rudy Gay is Selling His Massive Mansion for $3.5 Million — Let's Take a Tour

San Antonio Spurs star – and one of the NBA's most fashionable forwards – Rudy Gay recently listed his 6-bedroom, 6.5-bath Florida…

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Spurs Star Rudy Gay is Selling His Massive Mansion for $3.5 Million — Let's Take a Tour
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Twitter Reacts to Tim Duncan Returning to San Antonio Spurs as Assistant Coach

On Monday, the Spurs announced that Tim Duncan would return to the team – as an assistant coach. Obviously, all of San…

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Twitter Reacts to Tim Duncan Returning to San Antonio Spurs as Assistant Coach
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People Have A Lot of Feelings About Tony Parker's Retirement from Basketball

On Monday, Tony Parker's interview with the Undefeated revealed that after 18 seasons in the NBA, he would retire. The news came…

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People Have A Lot of Feelings About Tony Parker's Retirement from Basketball
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Spurs Fans Got Emotional About Tony Parker's Return to San Antonio as a Charlotte Hornet

If you were crying (or at least on the verge of tears) during last night's Spurs game, you definitely weren't alone. Spurs…

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Spurs Fans Got Emotional About Tony Parker's Return to San Antonio as a Charlotte Hornet
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20 Observations from the San Antonio Spurs' Season Opener

The NBA is back, y'all! The Spurs pulled off a 112-108 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves for their first home appearance of…

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20 Observations from the San Antonio Spurs' Season Opener
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20 Reasons Why San Antonio Will Forever Love and Respect Manu Ginobili

Manu Ginobili will forever have a place in every Spurs fan's heart. Even San Antonio haters gave respect where it was due…

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When he dunked on Chris Bosh during the 2014 Finals against the Miami Heat
A year after the devastating loss to the Heat in the Finals, Manu got a bit of revenge of his own. In the final minutes of the first half of Game 5, Ginobili wowed us all with a driving dunk. Even Danny Green said in an interview that the team was impressed that Ginobili still had “it” being 36 at the time.
Photo via YouTube / NBA
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The Spurs Wished Kawhi Leonard a Happy Birthday On Social Media and the Internet Is Not Having It

We've seen all of the drama reports chisme. And that's left a lot of San Antonians and Spurs fans alike over Kawhi…

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The Spurs Wished Kawhi Leonard a Happy Birthday On Social Media and the Internet Is Not Having It
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Twitter Roasts, Cries For Kawhi Leonard, Who Won't Make a Playoffs Appearance This Year

Whether you were doubtful from the beginning or held onto hope until the very end, it's official: Kawhi Leonard won't be returning…

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Twitter Roasts, Cries For Kawhi Leonard, Who Won't Make a Playoffs Appearance This Year
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Fun Things to Do in San Antonio This Week (12/6-12/12)

The colder weather is just one reason to see what SA has to offer now that you won't sweat every time you…

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Sat 12/9
‘Doing Werk’
“Werk. Hustle. Sleep. Repeat.” That’s the motto of artist Raul Gonzalez, whose drawings, prints and dance performances often center on the idea of work and physical labor. First exhibited at Austin’s grayDUCK Gallery in November, Gonzalez’s solo show “Doing Werk” comes to Freight Gallery for Second Saturday. In this latest series, Gonzalez draws from his experiences as a stay-at-home father as well as working constructions jobs with his own father. Included in this show are the artist’s paintings on concrete fragments (taken from actual construction sites) depicting workers in action. In the accompanying exhibition catalog, Gonzalez explains, “No one walks up to these workers and says ‘Thank you for the road,’ or for the basic infrastructure that keeps the nation safe and mobile.” Challenging preconceived notions about what it means to be an artist and the son of Mexican immigrants, Gonzalez’s work is also an homage to the overworked and underpaid everyman. Free, 7-11pm (performance at 8pm), Freight Gallery and Studios, 1913 S. Flores St., (210) 331-4382. — MA
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Photo Recap: San Antonio Spurs Season Opener Had Political Statement, H-E-B Commercials and Tim Duncan's Baby

Sooo, the Spurs season opener had a lot going on. The team (and retired legends Tim Duncan and David Robinson) made a…

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Current and past players stood on the court in solidarity after the National Anthem as the message was displayed.
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