Stories By Jeff McDonald

  • Spurs have plenty of options with No. 9 in the draft Bennedict Mathurin, A.J. Griffin and Jalen Duran are among the prospects San Antonio might consider with its first top 10 selection in a quarter century.
  • As expected, Spurs come out of lottery with No. 9 pick The Spurs did not get any help from Lady Luck at Tuesday's draft lottery drawing, but still came away with their first top 10 pick since 1997
  • As expected, Spurs come out of lottery with No. 9 pick The Spurs did not get any help from Lady Luck at Tuesday’s draft lottery drawing but still came away with their first top-10 pick since 1997.
  • Spurs hope third straight lottery trip is a charm San Antonio owns the ninth-best odds in Tuesday’s NBA draft lottery, with a better than 20 percent chance of landing a top-four pick.
  • Peter J. Holt pens letter to San Antonio: Spurs in city ‘to stay’ In an open letter that would have seemed unnecessary a year ago, Spurs managing partner Peter J. Holt reiterated the team’s commitment to San Antonio.
  • Spurs' Holt: We are here to stay In an open letter to San Antonians posted Tuesday, Spurs chairman Peter J. Holt pledged to keep the team in the city.
  • Spurs’ young core preps for a summer of tough love For the Spurs to take the next step, they need players like Keldon Johnson, Devin Vassell and Josh Primo to take a leap.
  • After half-season with Spurs, Richardson ponders what’s next The 28-year-old Josh Richardson proved a key leader for the young Spurs last season, but might not be part of the long-term picture.
  • Walker set for uncertain free agency Lonnie Walker is beloved in San Antonio, but the free-agent market could send him elsewhere this summer.
  • Spurs’ roster breakdown: Who stays and who goes? Lonnie Walker’s free agency and a potential contract extension for Keldon Johnson will be key items of business for the Spurs’ front office
  • Five burning Spurs questions for the summer Will Gregg Popovich be back? Will Lonnie Walker? How will the draft shape up? That and more in this early guide to the Spurs’ offseason.
  • For Murray, next step is the playoffs Dejounte Murray enjoyed a career season in 2021-22, but he called it “a fail” because he couldn’t lead the Spurs into the playoffs.
  • Spurs season comes to end with 113-103 loss to Pelicans After losing in the play-in game, San Antonio heads into the off-season with one big question concerning coach Gregg Popovich.
  • Could this finally be the end for Pop? Bettors have gone broke predicting the end of the Gregg Popovich era in San Antonio, but Wednesday really could be it.
  • Is it finally the end for Pop? As the Spurs head to New Orleans for Wednesday’s win-or-else play-in game at the Smoothie King Center, it is fair to wonder how much longer the 73-year-old coach Gregg Popovich might keep doing this.
  • Spurs planning to make next road trip a long one Dejounte Murray and the Spurs are only assured one more game Wednesday in New Orleans. They are not planning on ending their season there.
  • Dejounte Murray vows to be sharp for play-in opener After missing 10 days with a respiratory illness, All-Star Dejounte Murray returned for a 32-minute workout in Sunday’s regular-season finale.
  • The triple take: Mavericks 130, Spurs 120 The Spurs finished the regular season with a loss in Dallas. Now it’s on to the play-in tournament.
  • Spurs’ Lonnie Walker aims to play through back issue With a play-in game on tap, the Spurs’ top reserve says his sore back won’t be fully healed until the offseason.
  • Mapping the Spurs’ path through the play-in You’ve got questions about the NBA play-in tournament, including how it works? We’ve got answers.