Losses to the Cavs and Warriors show San Antonio's weaknesses on defense without Tim Duncan. The good news for San Antonio is that it still has the rest of the season to figure it out.
The San Antonio Spurs show that they are still elite with a dominating performance over the Houston Rockets.
Toronto is the hottest team in the NBA, but it knows it hasn't proven anything yet.
The Warriors and Spurs are elite, while the Thunder are absolutely legit. This trio earns very high marks after superb first halves. What about the rest of the West? Find out as our NBA experts hand out midseason grades.
San Antonio rolls past Cavs, remains on the heels of the attention-hogging Golden State Warriors.
San Antonio's slow, consistent pounding takes its toll and the Cavaliers manage to hang with another contender but again come up short. What, if anything, does it mean for their season?
The Borista is having a great time.
Tony Parker jokes that the Spurs never sit Boris Diaw out games because Gregg Popovich wants him to lose weight.
Boris Diaw talks with CBS Sports about his children's book "Hoops to Hippos."
Spurs' Patty Mills and Rasual Butler put on Santa costumes and went door-to-door delivering presents to underprivileged youth.

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