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The Spurs need consistent effort to move toward playoff contention

NBA: San Antonio Spurs at Phoenix Suns Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports

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Tonight’s game starts the second half of the NBA season for the Spurs, and at 5 games below .500, they have a ways to go to achieve the standard they’ve set for the last couple of decades. Tonight, they face the Suns, who have a similar record and a dissimilar history. In order to move closer to the eighth and final playoff spot, the Silver and Black need to defeat the Suns, who have been playing well lately after the return of DeAndre Ayton from suspension. The Spurs can remain in the 9th spot in the west with a win, but if the Suns win, they sink to 10th. DeMar DeRozan should continue to dominate on the offensive end, but tonight Dejounte Murray needs to contain Devin Booker and LaMarcus Aldridge needs to hold up against Ayton. This is it, the big battle for ninth place! Go SPURS GooOOOoo!!

San Antonio Spurs (18-23) at Phoenix Suns (18-24)
January 20, 2020 | 8:00 PM CT
Watch: FSSW | Listen: WOAI (1200 AM)
Streaming: NBA League Pass

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