2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
43-30, 2nd in Southwest
Aldridge goes off against the Jazz (1:09)
Mitchell 3 sends game into OT (0:20)
Aldridge hits clutch jumpers (0:26)
Gay soars to rim for jam (0:24)
Aldridge dominates first half (1:04)
Aldridge does it all in the 1st quarter (0:57)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Spurs coach Gregg Popovich discussing the players-only meeting regarding Kawhi Leonard: "I only talk about the things that I know, and I know he's worked hard to get back. It's been frustrating. You don't think he wants to come back? You don't think we want him back? But the fact that he's not back, it frustrates everybody for all the obvious reasons. But there's no blame to be placed, on him or anybody else. It's just an unfortunate situation. So what we do, what we think about, we're going to do what we've been doing. The guys that are playing, that's who the team is. And if he got added to the team, well that's great. But you have to act like it's not going to happen because you have to be who you are. And he's not with us right now. So this team has to have its own identity. That seems pretty logical. That's the only way to look at this."

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Spurs coach Gregg Popovich on how he tells the players to handle media scrutiny: "I give the same speech before playoffs every year. I say, ‘It's playoff time. Try to keep as many guests out of your house as you can. Don't read the newspaper. Don't look at the TV.' Because all that is is opinions, talk, and talking heads like looking at CNN, MSNBC, Fox, about all the stuff that's going on with Russia and all that stuff. It's senseless. It just doesn't matter as far as sports are concerned. The Russia stuff is a little more important. Sports, and people's opinions don't affect what we do on the court. So my suggestion to them is to pay attention to as little media as possible, and your life will be a lot happier. Like if you said something nice to me, I don't want to come in the next day, and say, ‘Hey, thanks, that was kind of nice.' If you said something mean, I don't want to come in and be angry and say, ‘Yeah, what do you want?' I don't care what you said. It's better if I don't read it. I don't care. I don't see it. I tell them to take their kids, put tents in the backyard, and let them stay in the backyard. Keep everybody away from them that's worried about basketball."

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15hMichael C. Wright

Spurs in step: Meeting about more than Kawhi

Spurs players reacted Friday to ESPN's report about a players-only meeting to ascertain star forward Kawhi Leonard's possible return to the lineup, with Danny Green calling the report "false" and Tony Parker declining to discuss specifics.

Green labels Kawhi article as 'incorrect' (1:02)
Stephen A.: 'Players questioning legitimacy' of Leonard's injury (1:16)
AP Photo/Eric Gay

The Spurs Call A Players Only Meeting

Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser discuss the Spurs pressuring Kawhi to play, debate which lower seed will win, and was last night's Cavs/Spurs game a preview of the playoffs.

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2dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Spurs met to implore Kawhi to return

The Spurs held a players-only meeting after Saturday night's victory over Minnesota to implore All-NBA forward Kawhi Leonard to return to the lineup and help the team in its push for the playoffs, league sources told ESPN.

Is Kawhi looking to move on from Spurs? (1:53)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Beginnings of Pop pressers are always funny:

Aldridge powers Spurs past Wizards (0:52)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Rudy Gay on the Spurs' win over the Wizards.

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Points Per Game102.428th
Rebounds Per Game44.39th
Assists Per Game22.914th
Points Allowed99.11st

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