By the numbers: How the Spurs beat the Jazz

Here’s a look at some of the more meaningful numbers in the Spurs’ victory over Utah Saturday night.

0 – Times that Utah led in Saturday’s game.

1 – Previous career games where Manu Ginobili has recorded a .900 shooting percentage in a game with at least 10 shots before Saturday night’s 9-for-10 shooting effort. The previous time came on Nov. 21, 2003, against Atlanta.

3 – Tiago Splitter’s blocked shots against Utah, matching his career high. It was previously set on Nov. 10, 2010, against the Los Angeles Clippers.

7 – Manu Ginobili’s consecutive baskets to start the game.

7 – Consecutive 3-pointers by the Spurs in the second quarter to blow the game open.

15.78 – Kawhi Leonard’s rebounds per 48 minutes after four games. It’s the highest rebound-per-minute ratio on the team.

+20 — Tim Duncan’s plus-minus against the Jazz. He was minus-27 against Houston Thursday night.

33.8 — Utah’s field-goal percentage through three periods.

17,769 — Attendance for Saturday’s game at the ATT Center. It was the smallest crowd the Spurs have played before this season and their first non-sellout.

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