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Mills drains game-winning jumper in OT (0:31)

Spurs rally to keep Lakers winless with LeBron, 143-142

Patty Mills hit a go-ahead jumper with 6.8 seconds left and the San Antonio Spurs kept the Los Angeles Lakers winless with LeBron James, rallying from a six-point deficit in the final minute of overtime for a wild 143-142 victory Monday night.

LeBron misses clutch FTAs, potential winning jumper (1:17)
DeRozan banks in triple from top of the arc (0:17)
Fan hits $30K half-court shot, looks for high-five from Lakers (0:24)
DeRozan hits layup in traffic plus the foul (0:20)
Bertans saves it, Bellinelli knocks it down (0:21)
DeRozan spots Mills for crafty bucket (0:18)
Gay denies LeBron at the rim (0:20)
Gasol turns back the clock (0:25)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Milestone alert: Pau Gasol is just 10 points away from passing David Robinson (20,790 points) for No. 38 on the all-time scoring list. Gasol is No. 7 on the all-time scoring list among active players and ranks No. 5 all-time among international players, behind: Dirk Nowitzki (No. 6; Germany), Hakeem Olajuwon (No. 11; Nigeria), Tim Duncan (No. 14; U.S. Virgin Islands) and Patrick Ewing (No. 23; Jamaica).


DeRozan leads Spurs past Wolves 112-108; Butler scores 23

DeMar DeRozan had 28 points in his San Antonio debut, LaMarcus Aldridge added 21 points and 19 rebounds and the Spurs overcame a 23-point performance by Minnesota's Jimmy Butler in a 112-108 victory over the Timberwolves on Wednesday night in a...

DeRozan comes up clutch with go-ahead bucket (0:16)
Aldridge sends Jones' shot into the stands (0:16)
Aldridge drains and-1 against Towns (0:15)
DeRozan rocks a Eurostep in the paint to score (0:15)
Poeltl cleans up DeRozan's early miss (0:16)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was asked about his thoughts on the 50-year anniversary of Tommie Smith and John Carlos' podium protest/black power fist moment at the 1968 Olympics. He had a lot to say: “That was a long time ago. That was '68. I was a sophomore at the Academy and it was quite a historic moment, obviously. It took a lot of courage for which he and Tommie Smith have paid the price over many years. It was kind of like a Muhammad Ali moment, with that sort of courage and fortitude to stand up for the injustices that have been perpetrated for so many years. It was a shock because it was a surprise to everybody in that venue that would happen. But it was beautiful and meaningful. You go 50 years later, and although progress has been made, you still wonder sometimes where the fight is going to go, and what has to be done to change minds. Because we see it in our politics every day. We see it in so many different venues across the country, such divisions, and it just seems that there's a large group of people, who, as Kareem said today, probably good people, but just pretty ignorant of facts and unable to walk in someone else's shoes; an inability to become, as I've said before, uncomfortable and [they] take for granted the advantages that one has, and actually believes [it's] deserved. There's another group of people who use it, obviously. You have politicians who are divisive and obviously use it for their own game; just a disingenuous cynical approach that's disgusting. We see it all the time. So one hopes that we can find leaders and people who are civil enough, and love America enough to go beyond themselves and their power and their positions to try to have conversations and figure out how to make all of us live at the same level. Because if we don't, then we're all hurt by it.”

Press Start: 2018 Australian & NZ NBA lineup (1:44)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Patty Mills called all the guard injuries deflating, but said the team is encouraged by the adjustments they've made so far.

How can Spurs overcome backcourt injuries? (1:25)
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Gay, White held out as injuries mount for Spurs

The Spurs, already without Dejounte Murray and Lonnie Walker IV, have suffered more setbacks, as Derrick White and Rudy Gay were added to the list of players out with injuries.

Team Stats

Points Per Game121.05th
Rebounds Per Game46.315th
Assists Per Game27.74th
Points Allowed123.727th

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