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Monday evening the Golden State Warriors swept the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference Finals, in what might have been Spurs guard Manu Ginobili's final NBA game. While the upcoming weeks will eventually bring Ginobili to a decision on his future, for the Spurs, their offseason begins with the draft on June 22. In the latest Project Spurs Vidcast, the Spurs' Game 4 loss to the Warriors is revisited and then there's an extensive look at the Spurs' position in the upcoming draft and a deep dive is taken into the Spurs' free agency situation. Watch the video version on YouTube.

Project Spurs editor Paul Garcia was a guest on Sports Talk Florida this afternoon to talk about tonight's Game 4 matchup between the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors. Brady Ackerman and Jerry O'Neill ask Paul about what might have been if Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard had not re-injured his ankle in Game 1, his thoughts on the criticism of LaMarcus Aldridge and his gut prediction for tonight. Listen to the full interview by pressing play below. You can also download the mp3 file and it will be in the Spurscast iTunes feed shortly.

The San Antonio Spurs are on the edge of elimination after suffering a 120-108 loss to the Golden State Warriors Saturday evening in the Western Conference Finals. Not only were the Spurs without Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker, but they lost David Lee too, as he suffered a left knee injury in Game 3. In the latest Project Spurs Vidcast, Lee's injury is discussed as well as what happened to the Spurs in Game 3. A few a adjustments for Game 4 are also previewed in the Vidcast. Watch the video version on YouTube.

The Spurs have a real problem- down 0-2 to the Warriors. So we went the other way on this episode and interviewed Matt Hill of ‘Spurs Special Forces’ fame. Enjoy. It's the one and only Spurscast - The original San Antonio Spurs Podcast. Listen to us however and whenever you want. We are also available on iTunes! Want to ask these guys a question? Submit your inquiries to the Spurscast and they'll answer it on the next episode! Intro Music: El Distorto De Melodica by Everclear

Without Kawhi Leonard (left ankle injury), the San Antonio Spurs were blown out of Oracle Arena early Tuesday evening, as the Warriors built a 17-point lead in the first quarter, and Golden State eventually won 136-100. In the latest Project Spurs Vidcast, the Spurs' loss is analyzed based on one of their top playmakers, and two others who had rough nights. The offense and defense are also looked at in detail for the Spurs, and some adjustments for Game 3 are provided as well. Watch the video version on YouTube.

The Spurs with Kawhi rush to an early first have lead, dominating the Warriors. Then ZaZa happened. Now Kawhi is out, and the Spurs are down 1-0 in the series. The Spurscast weighs in on this horrific turn of events. It's the one and only Spurscast - The original San Antonio Spurs Podcast. Listen to us however and whenever you want. We are also available on iTunes! Want to ask these guys a question? Submit your inquiries to the Spurscast and they'll answer it on the next episode! Intro Music: El Distorto De Melodica by Everclear

The San Antonio Spurs weren't able to hold a 25-point lead Sunday in the opening game of the Western Conference Finals, after their lone All-Star Kawhi Leonard left the game early in the third quarter with an ankle injury. With Leonard out, the Warriors' duo of Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry combined to outscore the Spurs' team 35-33, as the Warriors won Game one 113-111. In the latest Project Spurs Vidcast, the game is broken down on both ends of the floor for the Spurs and what to look for in Game 2 Tuesday

The San Antonio Spurs are off to the Western Conference Finals, as San Antonio, minus Kawhi Leonard (ankle injury), took care of business in Houston with a 114-75 demolition of the Rockets. In the latest Project Spurs Vidcast, the Spurs' win is broken down based on some of their top performers against Houston, how the offense and defense fared in Game 6, and how some of the elements from the Rockets' series could translate in the Western Conference Finals against the Warriors.

San Antonio > Houston. The Spurs dispatched the Rockets in six games, behind great performances from LaMarcus Aldridge and Jonathon Simmons. Jose and Ryan provide equally great performances in this Round 2 wrap up and Western Conference Championship round preview. Enjoy. It's the one and only Spurscast - The original San Antonio Spurs Podcast. Listen to us however and whenever you want. We are also available on iTunes! Want to ask these guys a question? Submit your inquiries to the Spurscast and they'll answer it on the next episode! Intro Music: El Distorto De Melodica by Everclear

With Kawhi Leonard hobbled due to a left ankle sprain in the third quarter, the San Antonio Spurs relied on a vintage Manu Ginobili performance and remarkable overtime period from Danny Green to defeat the Houston Rockets 110-107 in Game 5 Tuesday. In this Project Spurs Vidcast, the game is broken down based on the Spurs' playmakers, the team's offense and defense, and what to look for in Game 6 Thursday.

The Spurs are struggling against the Rockets in this second round matchup. Four games in the books, and we’re all tied up. Jose and Ryan are back to talk playoff basketball. It's the one and only Spurscast - The original San Antonio Spurs Podcast. We are also available on iTunes! Want to ask these guys a question? Submit your inquiries to the Spurscast and they'll answer it on the next episode! Intro Music: El Distorto De Melodica by Everclear

The second round series between the San Antonio Spurs and Houston Rockets has turned into a best of three battle, as the Rockets came away with a comfortable 125-104 win Sunday against the Spurs to tie the series at 2-2. In the Project Spurs Vidcast, Paul Garcia breaks down the game by reviewing what happened to the Spurs on the offensive end to face some scoring lulls, and also why San Antonio couldn't quite limit the Rockets from scoring over 100 points. Watch the video on YouTube.

In their first playoff game without franchise point guard Tony Parker, the San Antonio Spurs went into Houston and came out with a win, after Kawhi Leonard (26 points) and LaMarcus Aldridge (26 points) led the Spurs to an 11-point win.

The San Antonio Spurs evened their second round playoff series with the Houston Rockets Wednesday evening by bouncing back with a 121-96 victory. Though San Antonio won the match, they did lose their starting point guard Tony Parker for the remainder of the playoffs with a ruptured left quadriceps tendon. In the latest Project Spurs Vidcast, Paul Garcia breaks down the game, including Kawhi Leonard, LaMarcus Aldridge, and Parker's performances, as well as the Spurs' offense and defense against the Rockets. Then, Game 3 is previewed and there's a discussion on what San Antonio will do going forward without Parker.