2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
48-34, 2nd in Southwest
Parker's clutch performances defined Spurs career (1:00)
Tony Parker bids adieu to the NBA after 18 seasons (4:24)
NBA draft profile: Keldon Johnson (0:48)
NBA draft profile: Quinndary Weatherspoon (0:32)

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Every NBA Finals has had at least Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Dwyane Wade or Stephen Curry in it since 1999

Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

Silver wants half of new NBA refs to be women

NBA commissioner Adam Silver, noting that two of the past five referees added to the NBA ranks from the G League were women, says he wants half of all new game officials joining the league to be women and would like to see teams hire female coaches.

Adrian Wojnarowski NBA 

San Antonio Spurs assistant Ime Udoka will interview for the Cleveland Cavaliers head coaching job this weekend, league sources tell ESPN.

McMullan surprised Pop is returning for 3-year deal (0:41)
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57dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Popovich expected to sign 3-year deal

Once Gregg Popovich formally commits to return for his 24th season with the Spurs, he's expected to sign a three-year contract that will keep him as the highest-paid coach in the NBA, league sources told ESPN.

Pippen: There are silver linings to Spurs' playoff departure (1:45)

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Coach Gregg Popovich is negotiating a new deal with the San Antonio Spurs

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60dOhm Youngmisuk

Nuggets ride home court to Game 7 win vs. Spurs

With the Pepsi Center crowd roaring, the Nuggets nearly blew a 17-point lead but hung on to beat the Spurs 90-86 in Game 7 and advance to the second round against Portland.

Nuggets advance after near collapse, Spurs blunder (2:01)
Spurs explain foul mishap (0:57)
Nuggets prevail after Pop can't get Spurs to foul (0:59)

Jokic, Nuggets hold off Spurs 90-86 in Game 7 to advance

Nikola Jokic had a triple-double, Jamal Murray hit a clutch floater with 36.8 seconds remaining and the Denver Nuggets held off the San Antonio Spurs 90-86 in Game 7 on Saturday night to advance in the postseason for the first time in a decade.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Down four, San Antonio inexplicably failed to foul. LaMarcus Aldridge failed to foul Nikola Jokic. It appeared Aldridge couldn't hear anyone telling him to foul. Denver milked the clock, got up a shot and by the time the Spurs got the rebound with a few seconds left, the game was over. The Denver homecourt advantage came through.

Team Stats

Points Per Game111.718th
Rebounds Per Game44.721st
Assists Per Game24.516th
Points Allowed110.019th

Team History