Wizards visit Alamo City

Spurs remain undefeated on the road

The San Antonio Spurs (15-4, 1st Southwest Division) defeated their I-35 rival Dallas Mavericks (3-14, 4th Southwest Division) last night in Big D with a convincing 94-87 win, to remain undefeated on the road in 2016.  The Spurs were led by Patti Mills’ 23 points, 15 of which came in the 4th quarter.

spurs-6The win was not a sure thing as the Spurs prevailed through a seven minute 13-possession stretch where they were held scoreless.



”We dug down deep, didn’t moan or groan or whine, stuck with it and kept pounding away and found a way to win,” Head Coach Gregg Popovich said.

”We struggled majority of the game,” Mills said. ”But we knew that it was all going to come down to defense. We needed to get stops and that would create our flow a little bit better. I thought we did that down the stretch of the game.”

The Spurs get a day of rest before taking on the visiting Washington Wizards (6-11, 4th Southeast Division) who are coming off a 126-115 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder last night and the Spurs beat them in Washington last Saturday 112-100.

Great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to grab yours and a friend and get down to the arena and cheer “Go Spurs Go!” in person!

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Spurs roll past Magic

The San Antonio Spurs defeated the Orlando Magic 107-92 to remain undefeated at the AT&T Center, the Spurs home base.  The win comes after a 14-point road loss to Golden State on Saturday.  The Spurs were led by LaMarcus Aldridge’s 28 points on 9-13 shooting.  Guard Patty Mills chipped in with 22 points on his own 9-13 shooting.

“It was LaMarcus from the get-go that we all kind of fed off of,” Mills said. “How he was playing. Me and Kyle (Anderson) definitely fed off that. Great job from LaMarcus in his leadership tonight. Playing off his confidence (and) them having to adjust to him and opening up for other people.”

The Spurs host the New Orleans Pelicans tomorrow night at the AT&T Center.   Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your San Antonio Spurs!


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Spurs bench explode in 4th quarter to smash the Kings

The San Antonio Spurs have had depth on their roster for a number of seasons, but this year they may be even deeper than before.  Six through 13 played last night against the Kings and accounted for 37 points and led by PG Patty Mills who ended the game with nine points and eight assists.

“I understand you can’t live and die off your shot, so if my shot is not falling I have to do other things,” said Mills, who missed 6 of 7 shots through three quarters. “I’m trying to become more of an all-around player.

The Spurs continue their road trip taking on the Trail Blazers in Portland tomorrow before heading back home for a game against the Philadelphia 76er’s this Saturday.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Spurs this Saturday!


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