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The Spurs try to get back on the winning track, but without Aldridge, it isn’t going to be easy to beat the Jazz

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With .2 seconds left, a free throw bounces off the back rim, and the Spurs lose another heartbreaker. LaMarcus Aldridge out again for tonight’s game against the Jazz, and the reeling Spurs aren’t given much of a chance to win against one of the hottest teams in the west. But if you look at how things have gone this season, it’s not so easy to predict the outcome, while the Spurs have lost to some bad teams, they’ve also beaten good teams soundly. The most consistent thing about this year’s Spurs team is their lack of consistency. So it’s a good time for Dejounte Murray to bounce back with a solid effort and for Jakob Poeltl to hit his free throws. Chimezie Metu should play better tonight after suffering jitters after logging his first significant NBA minutes against the Bulls on Monday. Clean up the mistakes, and have a breakout game from one of the young guys, and this game could be a win for the Silver and Black. Go SPURS GooOOOoo!!

Utah Jazz (32-14) vs. San Antonio Spurs (20-26)
January 29, 2020 | 7:30 PM CT
Watch: FSSW | Listen: WOAI (1200 AM)
Streaming: NBA League Pass

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