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It’s time for Basketball: Spurs at Trail Blazers

San Antonio looks to expand their season-long two game winning streak to three against Portland

San Antonio Spurs v Portland Trail Blazers Photo by Sam Forencich/NBAE via Getty Images

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The Spurs are now in possession of their longest win streak of the season, with two straight, against the Celtics and Wizards. In fact, 5 of the Spurs’ 6 wins are against Eastern Conference teams, with the sole Western Conference win being a blowout of the Sacramento Kings where the Spurs shot lights-out and scored a season-high 136 points. That kind of offensive showing might be needed tonight to overcome Damian Lillard and the Portland Trail Blazers, who are are 11-11 on the season, but 10-1 at home. After tonight’s game, they head to San Francisco and face the Warriors on Saturday, so tonight might be the best shot for a win in the current West Coast road trip.

Game Prediction:

Gregg Popovich will yell some words at a referee, a player, and a fan.

We’re going on a road trip
Remember to pack some razors
Don’t fall into panic’s grip
We’re gonna have to play the Blazers

One final word:

Go Spurs GOOOOOO!!

San Antonio Spurs at Portland Trail Blazers
November 29, 2021 | 9:00 PM CT
Streaming: NBATV
TV: NBATV, KENS 5

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