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Unsurprisingly, the Lakers couldn't handle all of the Bonner and Baynes that was served to them. Here are your game links from Friday's matchup against the Lakers.
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NBA Standings: I'm no scientist, but if the Spurs continue winning, they'll stay on top of the standings. You might want to check my math, though.
Player Tracking: Tim Duncan was the only player from either team that didn't cover at least one full mile in the game. That's how we keep those legs fresh!
After the game, Tim Duncan on continuing their winning streak: "We've played some pretty good teams in the last couple games.
We had to respect them, and we did just that."
Tony Parker is confident whenever the Spurs play a lower-tier team: "When we play teams where we are supposed to get a win, we do a good job at it."
When talking about the bench's performance this season,
Gregg Popovich credited the little Aussie saying "Patty's kind of lead the way, in that respect, for us."
Jabari Young and Mike Monroe of the SA Express News give us a postgame wrap where, because of the Laker's back-to-back, Monroe felt
Friday's game was not a fair fight.
Silver Screen & Roll writer harrison24 enjoys games when the Laker play elite teams because they show that they have the talent and ability to hang. This game, though,
was not one of those games.
In his recap of the game, Paul Garcia of Project Spurs
takes a statistical look into the 9-game winning streak.
48MoH Report Card Grades: You get an A! And you get an A! And you get an A! Everybody gets an A!!
South by San Antonio: Matt and Luke Bonner hosted the Spurs Rock On Night on Friday which benefitted their Rock On Foundation. Here is a Q&A with the brothers about the event.
Next up, the Spurs look to make it 10 straight when they host the
Utah Jazz, who apparently just lost "with dignity" to the Clippers.