Dan McCarney writes that it was the nine consecutive possessions that San Antonio scored late in the game that really put the contest out of reach for the Clips.
Paul Garcia of Project Spurs writes that Chris Paul's poor shooting night could be attributed to Cory Joseph's defense.
Popovich credited Patty Mills' success this season to him showing up to training camp as a "totally different physical specimen."
In his post-game interview, coach Doc Rivers said "I thought we played a very flat basketball game."
In response to getting a win against and "elite" team, Tim Duncan said, "I think we are staring to understand exactly what we have to do."
On the success of the Spurs' offense against the Clippers, Patty Mills said that they "flung the ball around like a hot potato."
Blake Griffin discusses whether his game was affected by how he spent his All-Star weekend.
Steve Perrin over at ClipsNation says that the Clippers biggest problem was that Chris Paul had his worst shooting night of the season.
Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times writes that it appeared as if the Clippers did not bring their game back from the All-Star Game.
George Karl went on SportsCenter and discussed him hearing that Tim Duncan may make this his final season to play basketball.
After the Clippers game, Duncan refuted Karl's comments on his retirement at the end of the season.
Over on Grantland, Bill Simmons put out an article discussing the 30 worst contracts in the NBA. Tiago Splitter's is no. 23.
The Spurs' next game is against the Blazers, who will be without All-Star LaMarcus Aldridge.