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Aldridge optimistic about upcoming NBA season (1:06)
Murray says relationship with Kawhi is 'bigger than basketball' (0:47)

 

Pop also shared his thoughts on Manu Ginobili's retirement: “It was a complicated thing. When you're dependent upon someone for a lot of different reasons, not just his play on the court, but just his combination of understanding people and being as curious as he was about everybody on the team and everything in the world, whether it's politics, religion, it didn't matter. He was like a partner in that respect. We'd be talking on buses and airplanes. So you know that's going to be gone. Once I realized he wasn't going to play anymore, we've been talking with him about hanging around and being at practices every now and then like Timmy. We actually took him on our coaches retreat this past week. He spent time with us, trying to develop strategies for the season. So we want to keep him around as much as we can, just like Timmy. And Matt Bonner. But we don't listen to Matt. We just tell him to do his jokes.”

 

Pop's opening remarks from media day: “This has been my first opportunity to thank a lot of people for their support and kindness over the last six months. The NBA and its staff was fantastic in reaching out and helping myself and the family work through a difficult situation. The coaches and players in the league that reached out in so many different ways, whether it was emails, the phone or notes, it's indescribable to think about how that helped us through. The fans across the country we don't even know that wrote. Of course, the San Antonio people who were unbelievable sending notes and making their support known. It was very very much appreciated and was a huge help. I want to thank all those people for that magnanimity and kindness.”

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DeMar DeRozan makes his entrance for Spurs media day:

Aldridge declines to discuss Spurs' previous drama (0:30)
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LaMarcus Aldridge discussed his leadership responsibilities as one of the longest tenured Spurs:

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HQ: In Stak We Trust?

Dan Le Batard, Papi and Michael Smith question if Stephen Jackson is right to be so critical of the Wiggins brothers, if Jimmy Butler is smart to be most interested in the Clippers, if the NBA let Mark Cuban off too easily and much more.

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7dAdrian Wojnarowski

Brent Barry rejoins Spurs in front-office job

Brent Barry, who won titles with the Spurs in 2005 and 2007, is returning to the team as vice president of basketball operations.

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9dMichael C. Wright

Ginobili: 'Tough' to reveal retirement decision

In typical lighthearted fashion, Manu Ginobili addressed San Antonio media for the first time Saturday since announcing his retirement and explained the terror he felt in actually typing out his decision to close the book on a storybook career.

Manu's surprising answer to why son wanted him to keep playing (0:41)
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KG suing accountant over alleged theft of $77M

Kevin Garnett is suing an accountant and his firm, alleging they helped a wealth manager steal $77 million from the retired Minnesota Timberwolves and Boston Celtics star.

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Spurs sign 2nd-round pick Metu

The Spurs have signed forward Chimezie Metu, the team's second-round draft pick out of Southern California.

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24dJulio Ricardo Varela, Special to ESPN.com

Cry for Manu Ginóbili Argentina

The San Antonio point guard, who retired on Monday with 4 NBA titles, was 'el 5 de Argentina' who in 2004 won an Olympic basketball gold.

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Two-time champ West retires after 15 seasons

David West, who played more than 1,000 games during his 15 seasons in the NBA, has retired after winning two championships with the Warriors.

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Spurs add depth with signing of Pondexter

The San Antonio Spurs have signed Quincy Pondexter, adding a forward in the same week veteran star Manu Ginobili announced his retirement.

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27dMichael C. Wright

Ginobili plans to contribute to Spurs in retirement

Manu Ginobili always thought this past NBA season would be his last, he wrote in a column for the Argentine newspaper La Nación. Despite announcing his retirement on Monday, Ginobili wrote that he still plans to be involved with the team.

Beadle's fondest Ginobili memories (1:36)
Windhorst: Ginobili 'changed the way the game was played' (1:12)
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28dZach Lowe

Lowe: Welcome to Manu's basketball familia

From the glory of representing Argentina to the satisfaction of winning the NBA Finals, Manu Ginobili's career was defined by his love of team.

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Like Tim Duncan in 2016, San Antonio will place the contract of Manu Ginobili on waivers despite the guard announcing his retirement. The Spurs will incur a $2.5M cap hit and now have 13 guaranteed contracts. ‬Ginobili has earned $130M since entering the league in 2002.

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Team Stats

Points Per Game102.727th
Rebounds Per Game44.211th
Assists Per Game22.8Tied-15th
Points Allowed99.8Tied-1st

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-184735.573
2016-176121.744
2015-166715.817
2014-155527.671