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Author: Stephen Anderson

Spurs Can’t Get Past Raptors In Florida

The San Antonio Spurs could not extend their winning streak to three games as they fell to the Toronto Raptors 117-112 at Amalie Arena on Wednesday night. The victory snaps a two-game losing streak for San Antonio, who fell to number ten in the Western Conference standings with the loss. “We didn’t have the physical stature we needed to have and it showed up in second-chance points and fastbreak points,” Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich said. Derrick White led San Antonio with 25 points while Patty Mills added 23. DeMar DeRozan chipped in with 19 points and some key...

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Spurs Rout Magic In Orlando For Second Straight Win

The San Antonio Spurs continued their winning ways with a 120-97 victory over the Orlando Magic (17-37) at the Amway Center on Monday night. The victory comes after the Spurs earned a win in Dallas on a last-second shot by DeMar DeRozan just 24 hours earlier. “We started a bit slow, but they took it seriously and respected their opponent,” Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich said. “Orlando is in a tough spot right now, but they’re trying.” Here are three standout moments from the game: Eubanks fills some big shoes With the Spurs’ big man rotation in flux, Drew Eubanks...

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DeRozan’s Game Winner Lifts Spurs Past Mavs To End Skid

The San Antonio Spurs finally ended their season-high five game losing streak with a 119-117 victory over the Dallas Mavericks at the AmericanAirlines Center on Sunday night thanks to DeMar DeRozan’s jumper with 0.5 seconds left on the clock. The win snaps a five-game losing skid for San Antonio, who had lost eight of their last ten coming into Sunday’s game. “He’s got courage,” Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich said of DeRozan’s game winner. “He misses some of them, makes some of them, just like everybody through the ages. But he just comes back and does it again…Just like...

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Series Recap: Spurs Get Rocked By Nuggets In Denver

The San Antonio Spurs played a two-game series with the Denver Nuggets but despite a good effort, fell in both games at the Pepsi Center on Wednesday and Friday night. The losses were the fifth straight for San Antonio, who currently sits in ninth place in the Western Conference. The Spurs are just 2-8 in their last 10 games. In case you missed it, here’s a recap of the series against the Nuggets. Wednesday: Spurs 96, Nuggets 106 The Spurs took to the court on Wednesday against the Nuggets, falling 106-96. San Antonio started the game strong, taking a...

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