Final Score: Spurs lose belt, fall to Clips 115-92

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Turnovers, the Clippers shooting, and the loss of Tony were too much and the Spurs failed to climb out of a 10-point second quarter deficit.




So, we lost the belt, and the game to a Clippers team that is easy to dislike, but it's not all bad; Tim Duncan had his fourth straight double-double and Manu Ginobili played a pretty good game. The Spurs turned the ball over five times in a five minute stretch in the second quarter while the Clippers went on a 19-to-0 run.

Tony Parker banged knees with Jared Dudley in the third, left the game, and didn't return. Let's hope it's nothing serious.

I didn't expect a win tonight, but it would have been nice. The Spurs get back to it against the very hot Phoenix Suns on Wednesday.

Your Spurs fall to 19-5.

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