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2017 Schedule
45-13, 1st in Southwest
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Dedmon puts Ingram on a poster (0:16)

ESPN Stats and Information  

Spurs went 6-2 on their Rodeo Road Trip. They are 88-37 on Rodeo Road Trips since they began in 2003. Their winning percentage on Rodeo Road Trips (.704) is better than in all other games in the Popovich era (.694).

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker took another hard shot to the knee in the first half of the team's 119-98 win Sunday over the Los Angeles Lakers, and although he finished the game, there's a chance that knee could swell and force him to miss some time. Parker is expecting it to swell up. Here's what he said: "Yeah, I got kneed in the knee. So, that will be a big one. It'll be a little baseball tomorrow. So, we'll see. We've got a couple of days before next game. But if it's still hurting, I'm not gonna take any risks being with Pop. We'll see. We'll go day by day. But my 16 years of experience tells me it's going to be a big one. But hopefully, those 48 hours will help and I'll be O.K. for the next game."

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Spurs finish rodeo road trip with blowout of Lakers (1:45)
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Robinson's hammer dunk leaves rim with hurt feelings (0:19)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Too bad this is happening on a day the Lakers are honoring Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. LaMarcus Aldridge knocks one down at the buzzer to give the Spurs a 61-41 advantage at the half. It's ugly up in here. Kawhi Leonard has 19 points, while Aldridge has 10 and Pau Gasol has 8. San Antonio's bigs are putting in work once again as Aldridge, Gasol, Dewayne Dedmon and David Lee have pulled down a combined 18 boards – the Spurs have 25 total. Turnovers tell the tale here. LA has 12 for 19 Spurs points. San Antonio has 4 turnovers, for 2 points.

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Dedmon continues destroying rims with huge putback jam (0:15)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Kawhi Leonard has scored 16 points in a quarter four times in his career. Today marks the first time he's accomplished that feat in the first quarter, according to @ESPNStatsInfo. So it's the most he's scored in the first quarter of a game in his career.

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Cut to the hoop leads to Clarkson jam (0:15)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs lead the Lakers 36-20 after the first quarter. Kawhi Leonard knocked down 6 of 8 for 16 points in the quarter as the Spurs hit 57.7 percent of their FGs. Tony Parker hasn't even taken a shot yet, but he finished with 6 assists in the first. The Spurs have turned it over only once, compared to six for the Los Angeles Lakers.

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Dedmon throws down vicious dunk over Ingram (0:19)
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Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Always weird to notice the difference between atmospheres at Clippers and Lakers games.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Spurs coach Gregg Popovich on the buyout market. Also hearing the Spurs anticipate Andrew Bogut will choose a team other than San Antonio: "We all pay attention to it, I'll say that. It's a real entity, and in some cases I think it can really help a team. Depending on what happens, none of us know. All the usual suspects are out there because everybody talks and you all ferret it out. You all know who's going to do what. We just listen. I don't know if it's fake news or not, but we listen to it."

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Spurs coach Gregg Popovich on the allure of big market teams. He believes the NBA is more successful as a whole when teams in large markets are winning: "We've been successful I guess. That's why some people have come. But you can't deny that markets like New York and Chicago, the big cities, are attractive no matter. No sense in trying to hide that. We've been here four or five nights, and I've had lunches and dinners and wine every day until I can't wait to get out of here. I need to go dry out. No food and alcohol for a while. I just hope half the team shows up today. ‘Are we gonna practice tomorrow?' I'm like, ‘Screw practice, we've got to go to lunch.' It's an attractive place."

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

As for Cavs/Rockets/Spurs target Andrew Bogut: ESPN sources say that the Sixers remain engaged in buyout talks with the Australian center.

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Spurs spoil Paul's return (1:21)
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Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Pau Gasol on his return. He hadn't played in a game since Jan. 17.

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Ginobili says Spurs adjusted without Kawhi (1:24)
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Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Welp, Clippers fans head for the exits.

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Griffin gets bloody after hard foul (0:43)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs go up 77-73 at end of the third, thanks to a big three-pointer from Manu Ginobili. Kawhi Leonard picked up his fifth foul with 7:13 left in the third quarter, and the Spurs have fought hard to not only stay in it, but take the lead. LaMarcus Aldridge has 10 rebounds, followed by Dewayne Dedmon and Pau Gasol with 9 apiece.

Team Stats

Points Per Game106.911th
Rebounds Per Game43.911th
Assists Per Game24.06th
Points Allowed98.32nd

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2016-174513.776
2015-166715.817
2014-155527.671
2013-146220.756
2012-135824.707

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