The Spurs had to endure another game without Kawhi Leonard, but it was the Portland Trail Blazers who left the AT&T Center with a stomachache Friday night.
Manu Ginobili commanded a key stretch of the third quarter that turned a close game into a relatively easy, 119-98 Spurs win over the Suns on Wednesday.
There was a Christmas miracle at AT&T Center Sunday, but most of ABC-TV’s viewers of the Spurs 119-100 win over the Chicago Bulls likely missed it.
Spurs fans got a televised peek at the post-Big Three era during a 110-90 Friday night win over the Trail Blazers at Portland’s Moda Center.
After a 106-101 loss to the Clippers, just the second in their last 11 games Spurs still have second-best record in both the Western Conference and the NBA.
Gregg Popovich was happy – literally – with his team following the Spurs’ wild 102-100 win over the Houston Rockets Tuesday.
This game, the Spurs admitted, felt different, especially when players walked onto the court and saw No. 21 T-shirts draped over every seat in the arena.
Tim Duncan had to pause to keep his composure on one occasion during a heartfelt speech that lasted far longer than anyone expected.
On a sad day for the NBA, the Spurs won another basketball game, beating the Phoenix Suns, 107-92 and pushing their record to 21-4, second-best in the NBA.
Bets are on for how long Tim Duncan will speak when his No. 21 jersey is raised to the AT&T Center rafters after the Spurs vs. Pelicans game Sunday night.