The red mamba is having his coming out party on today’s edition of Duncan’s Daily Dose! Matt Bonner and all his wonders are the centerpiece of today’s edition of the daily dose.
Our first piece we have for you isn’t exactly all Matt Bonner but it’s close enough! In what seems to be our daily ritual, we have another highlight video to get you pumped for the upcoming season (TRAINING CAMP IS ONLY 3 DAYS AWAY!!!).
Check out the video titled Brotherhood & Vengeance by YouTube user Toni Productions. It’s sure to get your blood tingling as it’s about the San Antonio Spurs coming together to win the 2014 NBA Championship (some Matt Bonner included).
Our next piece we have for you is all about Matt Bonner. We have some great news about the red mamba. Bonner will be inducted into the Florida Gators basketballl Hall-of-Fame.
Matt Bonner played four years at the University of Florida, making three All-SEC teams during his time there. Bonner averaged 12 points and 5.9 rebounds during his four-year career with his best season as a Junior, 15.6 points and 7.1 rebounds.
Congratulations to Matt Bonner on this great accomplishment!
Our final piece today comes from the great people over at Grantland. Grantland’s Kirk Goldsberry sat down with Matt Bonner to ask him 15 questions. In this piece, Bonner talks about the Spurs championship, his tastes in music, and everything in between. Check it out here, it’s a great read!
Finally, we have a little news to catch you up on.
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- San Antonio Spurs News: More DeRozan trade talk from Chris Haynes
The San Antonio Spurs named Sean Marks as their Assistant General Manager yesterday. Marks played with San Antonio from 2003 to 2006 and was also an assistant with the Spurs last year. You can read about that here.
Also, CBS Sports’ Matt Moore named Gregg Popovich as the best coach in the NBA. Popovich blew away the rest of the competition receiving a perfect 10. Read about that here and see where some of the other NBA coaches fell on the rankings as well.
That does it for today’s edition of Duncan’s Daily Dose!
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