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For the loyal fans, both new and old we are a site dedicated to the numbero uno sport/lifestyle in the world: B’Ball! To put it in another way, we love life and all that it brings, may it be basketball, movies, tv-shows, games, comics, food, beer or just plain ol’ sexual frustration.

As a powerful man once said: First you get the money, then you get the power!

And now true to his words, we the staff here at Silent Assassin had no choice but to push forward and evolve, to something meaner, better and badder. They say money can’t buy happines, guess what? “They” are wrong, dead wrong. With the help of our new sponsors we became much more stronger than before. New chapters had to be writen, and new columns had to begin. While staying true, to the down-to-earth feeling we drive to uphold, you can expect us to stay the same, just on a bigger budget!

For all the new peeps joining in for the first time, we here at Silent Assassin are a team of die hard Spurs fans, doing our best to put a little black n’ grey magic into your boring life. We are a team dedicated to the San Antonio Spurs (NBA) and their surrounding franchises: San Antonio Silverstars (WNBA), Austin Toros (D-League) and the Silver Dancers (Spurs cheerleaders). We crawl in the glory that is the best basketball team in the world!

Oh yeah boys and girls, this is a F’n dynasty.

The breakdown aka get to know your Spurs. (for you dumbnuts). The San Antonio Spurs are an American professional basketball team based in San Antonio, Texas. They are part of the Soutwest Division of the Western Conference in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

The Spurs are one of four former American Basketball Association teams (along with the Nets, Pacers, and Nuggets) to remain intact in the NBA after the 1976 ABA-NBA merger and is the only former ABA team to have won an NBA championship. The Spurs have won four NBA championships. The Spurs‘ perfect record in NBA Finals series is surpassed only by the Chicago Bulls, who have won six without a loss, the Bulls and Spurs are the only two teams to maintain perfect records through multiple Finals series. As of July 2011, the Spurs rank third among active franchises for the highest winning percentage in NBA history; they have only missed the playoffs 4 times as an NBA franchise.

In their 33 NBA seasons, since 1976–1977, the Spurs have captured 17 division titles, which gives the Spurs the most division titles in the NBA during that 33-year span. They have made the playoffs in 19 of the last 20 seasons, and have not missed the playoffs in the 14 seasons since Tim Duncan came to the Spurs in 1997.

Speaking of the Big Chill.

The greatest power forward in b’ball history.

There wouldn’t be any reason to do this blog without the inspiration, dedication, and flat out heart and soul of the Spurs franchise, player number 21: Tim Duncan, and for the shitfuckers still out there, this is what’s up:

Timothy “Tim” Theodore Duncan (born April 25, 1976) is a Virgin Islander American professional basketball player for the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The 6-foot 11-inch (2.11 m), 260-pound (118 kg) power forward/center is a four-time NBA champion, a three-time NBA Finals Most Valuable Player, and the current captain of the Spurs. He has also won the NBA Rookie of the Year, NBA Most Valuable Player Award twice, and has been voted into 14 NBA All-Star Games, 14 All-NBA Teams, and 14 All-Defensive Teams.

Duncan started out as a swimmer and only began playing basketball in ninth grade, after Hurricane Hugo destroyed the only Olympic-sized pool on Saint Croix. (Steven Spielberg deserves a big fuckin’ kiss right now. Tim took up b’ball because he was afraid of sharks, and didn’t want to swim in the ocean.) He soon became a standout for St. Dunstan’s Episcopal High School, and had an illustrious college career with the Wake Forest University Demon Deacons, winning the Naismith College Player of the Year, USBWA College Player of the Year and the John Wooden Award in his final year. Duncan graduated from college before entering the 1997 NBA Draft as the number one pick, and his list of accomplishments, remarkable consistency, and leadership in the SpursNBA championship runs in 1999, 2003, 2005, and 2007 have led basketball experts to consider him to be one of the greatest power forwards in NBA history.

Off the court, Duncan is known for his quiet and unassuming ways, as well as his active philanthropy. He holds an honors degree in psychology and created the Tim Duncan Foundation to raise general health awareness and fund education and youth sports in various parts of the United States.


The king of kings.

There you go, how can you not be impressed by that! As we here on Silent Assassin say: A great player, is a player who stick with his team no matter what! And as God should know: the Big Chill, aka the Stone Buddha, aka the Joy of Saint Croix, aka the Big Fundamental aka the Cerebral, aka The Cyborg aka Dunkin’ Duncan, aka the Silent Assassin; Timmy will always stick with his team.

So… I think we got it all covered, if you want some more information go to the official websites of Spurs players, past, present and future.

Tim Duncan: on

Tony Parker: on

Manu Ginobili: on

Fabricio Oberto: on

George Gervin: on

Dennis Rodman: on

So with that said, we leave you with the following quote from Tim Duncan: “Good, better, best never let it rest, until your good is better and your better is best“.

You can reach us at with your questions.

Peace, Love n’ Basketball – Wolfman. Editor extraordinary.

How can you not love the Spurs!


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