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San Antonio Spurs

The San Antonio Spurs are an American professional basketball team based in San Antonio, Texas . The Spurs compete in the San Antonio, TexasNational Basketball Association (NBA) as a member club of the league's Western Conference Southwest Division . The team plays its home games at the Southwest DivisionAT&T Center in San Antonio.The Spurs are one of four former Southwest DivisionAT&T CenterAmerican Basketball Association (ABA) teams to remain intact in the NBA after the 1976 ABA–NBA... read more

1990–91 San Antonio Spurs season

The 1990-91 NBA season was the Spurs' 15th season in the NBA and 24th season as a franchise. After a promising rookie season from David Robinson, the Spurs would win 17 of their first 22 games. However, with Terry Cummings and Rod Strickland lost for long stretched games due to injuries, the Spurs struggled in February with a 4–7 record. The Spurs would bounce back winning 13 of their final 17 games as they won the Midwest Division with a solid 55–27 record. Robinson averaged 25.6 points, 13.0... read more

Warriors Orochi 2

==Plot==The game starts with the defeat of Orochi at the end of the first game, the new land consisting of the warriors from the Three Kingdoms Era of China and the Warring States period of Japan found peace. It was, however, not destined to last. Former officers under the Orochi army broke away and formed their own armies, while others not affiliated with Orochi began to create armies of their own as well. All the while, an evil plot is in motion behind the scenes, to revive the greatest evil the... read more

Denver Spurs

The Denver Spurs were a professional ice hockey team based out of Denver, Colorado. The Spurs began play in the Western Hockey League in 1968, and played at the Denver Coliseum. The Spurs became the first professional sports team in Colorado to win a championship in 1971–72. After the WHL folded in 1974, the team transferred to the Central Hockey League for the 1974–75 season.==Spurs in the WHA==In June, 1974, Ivan Mullenix, owner of the CHL Spurs, was awarded a "conditional" NHL franchise for... read more

Big Three (San Antonio Spurs)

The Big Three was a trio of basketball players for the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association (NBA) from 2002-2016. The Big Three consists of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginóbili. Each player of the Big Three was drafted by the San Antonio Spurs and played their entire NBA careers with the San Antonio Spurs. The Big Three won four NBA Championships during their time together in San Antonio.===Tim Duncan===Prior to being selected #1 overall by the San Antonio Spurs, Tim Duncan... read more

Dragon Warriors

Dragon Warriors is a fantasy role playing game system written by Dave Morris and Oliver Johnson and published by Corgi Books between the years 1985 and 1986. In 2009 it was re-collected in a new hardcover edition by Mongoose Publishing.http://www.mongoosepublishing.com This print run included the publication of several supplements to the Dragon Warrior's world "Legend", but as of September 2010 this publication run has been discontinued, the books continue to remain available in pdf format and the... read more

Dynasty Warriors

is a series of tactical action video games created by Omega Force and Omega ForceKoei . The award-winning series is a spin-off of Koei's turn-based strategy '' Romance of the Three Kingdoms '' series, based loosely around the Chinese historical text '' Romance of the Three KingdomsRecords of the Three Kingdoms '', from which it derives its name in Japanese''.''The first game titled '' Dynasty Warriors '', ''Sangokumusō'' in Japan, is a Dynasty Warriorsfighting game and different from the... read more

Worcester Warriors

Worcester Warriors Rugby Football Club are an English rugby union club. The team play in the rugby unionAviva Premiership . They have also competed in the rugby unionAviva PremiershipAnglo-Welsh Cup , rugby unionAviva PremiershipAnglo-Welsh CupEuropean Rugby Cup , rugby unionAviva PremiershipAnglo-Welsh CupEuropean Rugby CupBritish and Irish Cup and rugby unionAviva PremiershipAnglo-Welsh CupEuropean Rugby CupBritish and Irish CupAviva A League competitions. The club's kit is made by sports... read more

Wigan Warriors

Wigan Warriors RLFC is a professional rugby league club based in rugby leagueWigan , rugby leagueWiganGreater Manchester , England. The club competes in the rugby leagueWiganGreater ManchesterSuper League . Prior to the 1997 season , the club was known simply as Wigan.Formed in 1872, Wigan was a founding member of the 1997 seasonNorthern Rugby Football Union following the schism from the schismRugby Football Union in 1895. Wigan have won 20 League Championships (including 3 schismRugby... read more

1990–91 Golden State Warriors season

The 1990-91 NBA season was the Warriors' 45th season in the NBA and 28th in the San Francisco Bay Area. The trio of Tim Hardaway, Mitch Richmond and Chris Mullin were given the name "Run TMC" during the season.In the opening game, the Warriors defeated the Denver Nuggets 162–158, the highest-scoring regulation game in NBA history. Despite their scoring prowess, the Warriors were limited defensively. On February 26, 1991, they lost 131–119 to the Orlando Magic despite the Run TMC trio each scoring... read more

1981–82 San Antonio Spurs season

The 1981-82 NBA season was the Spurs' sixth season in the NBA and 15th season as a franchise.George Gervin was the winner of a fourth scoring title in five years with 32.3 points per game. The Spurs won their second straight division title with a record of 48-34. In the playoffs the Spurs beat the Seattle SuperSonics in 5 games. In the Western Finals, the Spurs would be swept in 4 straight by the Los Angeles Lakers.===West Conference Semifinals===(2) San Antonio Spurs vs. (3) Seattle SuperSonics:... read more

2005–06 San Antonio Spurs season

The 2005–06 San Antonio Spurs season was the team's 39th overall season, the 33rd in San Antonio, and the 30th in the NBA. They began the season hoping to improve upon their 59–23 output from the previous season. They bested it by four games, finishing 63–19, and qualified for the playoffs for the ninth straight season. After defeating the Sacramento Kings by six games in the first games, the defending champions faced their in-state rival Dallas Mavericks. They were pushed to seven games and... read more

Alien vs. Predator (arcade game)

''Alien vs. Predator'' (エイリアンVSプレデター) is a beat 'em up video game developed and released by beat 'em upCapcom for the beat 'em upCapcomCPS-2 beat 'em upCapcomCPS-2arcade game system in 1994. In the game, the players take control of up to three out of four human and Predator characters in a battle against the Alien hordes and rogue human soldiers. The game was very well received by the public and by media publications, becoming a classic title for many fans of the beat... read more

2000–01 San Antonio Spurs season

The 2000-01 NBA season was the Spurs' 25th season in the NBA, the 28th in San Antonio, and 34th season as a franchise. During the offseason, the Spurs signed free agents Derek Anderson and Danny Ferry. The Spurs continued to be among the NBA's elite winning 23 of their final 29 games to recapture the Midwest Division with a 58–24 record, while posting a league best 33–8 record at home. Tim Duncan and David Robinson were both selected for the 2001 NBA All-Star Game. In the first round of the playoffs,... read more

2002–03 San Antonio Spurs season

The 2002–03 San Antonio Spurs season is the 36th season of the franchise, 30th in San Antonio and 27th in the NBA. The Spurs would win 60 games for only the second time in franchise history as they attempted to win a second title in the midst of David Robinson's imminent retirement following this season. For the season, the Spurs changed their logo, which remains in use today, and played in a new arena, the SBC Center (now AT&T Center). The season saw Tim Duncan earn his second consecutive NBA... read more


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