Keidel: Tim Duncan, NBA's Greatest Power Forward EverSan Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan, 15-time NBA All-Star, could have owned any basketball era, though modesty would never let him say so.
5-Time NBA Champion Tim Duncan Retires After 19 SeasonsDuncan announced his retirement on Monday after 19 seasons, five championships, two MVP awards and 15 All-Star appearances. It marks the end of an era for the Spurs and the NBA.
Greg Popovich is a Frightening Interview - The Lo-Down - 5/13/16Damien, Jason, and Ken send you into the weekend with extensive NBA Playoff talk, discussion on Greg Popovich with Doris Burke, and Sacramento Kings off-season talk.
Keidel: Spurs Will Continue To ContendThe Thunder rolled over the Spurs, again. But San Antonio's future remains bright, with or without Duncan, Ginobili and Parker.
Dave Joerger In His Own Words: The Drive - 5/11/16The newly hired head coach of your Sacramento Kings Dave Joerger joined the show to give all the details on how he came taking the position. Plus, Coach Joerger shares his view of some of the players currently on the roster including Kings F/C DeMarcus Cousins. That plus more, on the all new morning show, The Drive heard only on Sports 1140 KHTK! Daily 6-9 AM
Wild Finish In San Antonio; The Lo-Down - 5/03/16Damien, Jason, and Ken talk the wild finish in San Antonio between the Spurs and the Thunder last night, the long list of Kings coach candidates, LeBron James, and more on The Lo-Down.
NBA Officials Swallow Whistle in San Antonio; The Drive - 5/03/16Dave, Kayte, and Nate bring you the Tuesday edition of The Drive featuring the crazy finish to the Thunder vs Spurs game last night, Leicester City soccer, the Sacramento Kings coaching search, and Sam Amick.
More Names on the Sacramento Kings Coach Candidate List: The Lo-Down 5/02/16On The Lo-Down, Damien, Jason, and Ken talk all the names be added to the Kings' head coaching search. As well as the NFL draft, comments made by George Karl, and Paul McCartney performing at the Golden 1 Center.
2016 NBA Playoffs: Western Conference PreviewThe Warriors dominated the NBA regular season, with the Spurs close behind. Can Curry and company take the West again?
Could The Warriors Run With The Bulls?The 2015-16 Golden State Warriors might just be better than the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls, the greatest team in NBA history.
Kings Can't Capitalize On Depleted Spurs, Fall 104-94Manu Ginobili returned to give the short-handed San Antonio Spurs a needed boost as they remained perfect at home and extended the franchise's best start.
For San Antonio Spurs, Winning Is Nothing NewThe San Antonio Spurs clinched their 19th straight trip to the playoffs. The streak includes 5 NBA titles. And nobody's talking about them.