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Author: Stephen Anderson

Spurs continue homestand with rout of Clippers

SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Spurs continued their winning ways with a 125-87 victory over the LA Clippers (17-11) at the AT&T Center on Thursday night to continue their homestand. The win was the fourth straight for San Antonio, who have won four of their last five games. The Spurs moved to 4-0 in their six-game homestand with two remaining before they hit the road again. “I thought we played a really good defensive game,” Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. “It really fueled our offense.” Here what went good for the Spurs, as well as three standout players:...

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Team effort sees Spurs rout Suns for third straight win

SAN ANTONIO – A total team effort saw the San Antonio Spurs roll to a commanding 111-86 victory over the Phoenix Suns (4-24) at the AT&T Center on Tuesday night. The win was the third straight for San Antonio, who got revenge for a double-digit loss in Phoenix a few weeks ago. The Spurs have won four of their last five games and have three games remaining on their current homestand. Here is what went good for the Spurs, as well as three standout players: Bryn Forbes, LaMarcus Aldridge, and Dante Cunningham. The Good: San Antonio won their third...

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Spurs hold off Jazz for second straight win

SAN ANTONIO – If the San Antonio Spurs are starting to find their footing, they picked the perfect time to do so. And it is coming in the middle of a six-game homestand. The Spurs used improved defense and rode the play of their ‘Mid-Three’ to earn a 110-97 victory over the Utah Jazz (13-14) at the AT&T Center on Sunday night. “This is the beginning of what we can be,” Spurs forward Rudy Gay said. “We’re learning and we trust each other. If we do that we can be a good defensive team.” Here is what went good...

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Fourth quarter surges lifts Spurs past Lakers

SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Spurs know how important this upcoming six-game homestand is and they showed they are up for the challenge on Friday night. A fourth-quarter surge lifted the Spurs to a 133-120 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers (15-10) at the AT&T Center on Friday night, kicking off their six-game homestand. The win snapped a two-game losing streak for San Antonio. “We did a good job keeping our heads and showing a lot of grit,” Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. “That group was playing well so we left them out there. It was wonderful.” Here...

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