NBA: LaMarcus Aldridge Says it’s Wrong for Warriors to Have 4 All-Stars & Spurs Have 1

The Golden State Warriors have four players selected to play in the 2017 NBA All-Star game.  They have two starters, Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant, and two reserves, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.  The San Antonio Spurs only have one player chosen and that’s Kawhi Leonard, a starter for the Western Conference. LaMarcus Aldridge – who is a five-time All-Star and wasn’t chosen this year – thinks it’s wrong for Golden State to have four All-Stars to San Antonio’s one when the Spurs are only four games behind.

(Video) NBA: San Antonio Spurs Retire Tim Duncan’s No. 21 Jersey #ThankYouTD

The San Antonio Spurs retired Tim Duncan’s No. 21 jersey after they beat the New Orleans Pelicans 113-100 on Sunday.  Former teammates Tony Parker and Manu Ginobli gave speeches as well as Duncan’s infamous coach Gregg Popovich.

(Video) NBA: Danny Green Talks How Coach Popovich Keeps His Players Current On Voting

By current, I mean just that. Greg Popovich keeps his players up to date on current affairs and politics specifically as of late. He definitely wants his Spurs to vote!

NBA: Kawhi Leonard to Skip His College Hall of Fame Induction to Play in Spurs Preseason Game

Kawhi Leonard is one of five former Aztecs in the Class of 2016 who will be honored at San Diego State’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Friday.  Unfortunately for them, they will be without the school’s greatest basketball player in attendance.

NBA: Stephen Jackson Blames Tony Parker For Being Selfish & Costing Spurs 2012 Playoff Loss

Stephen Jackson has never been one to hold his tongue but he’s been extra chatty lately as he prepares for an NBA comeback.  This time he’s spilling the beans on former teammate Tony Parker whom he played with on the San Antonio Spurs from 2001-03, then came back during the 2011-12 season.  They won a championship in 2003, and tried again in 2012 but fell short.  Jackson says the reason they lost to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference Finals after being up 2-0, is because of Parker.

NBA Report: With Kevin Durant on Warriors, Spurs May Go After Stephen Curry in Free Agency

Stephen Curry will be an unrestricted free agent next summer and it’s widely assumed that the Golden State Warriors will give him a massive contract and that’s where he will remain.  NBA Insider Ric Bucher however believes the San Antonio Spurs might make a serious run at the Splash Brother.

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