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It’s time for the San Antonio Spurs vs. Charlotte Hornets

The Spurs begin franchise-record nine game homestand against the upstart but injured Hornets.

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After what can be considered a successful (if up-and-down) five-game road trip, the San Antonio Spurs are back at home for a franchise record NINE straight games, beginning tonight with the Charlotte Hornets. While Michael Jordon’s club will be without Rookie of the Year candidate LaMelo Ball for the rest of the season after he unfortunately suffered a fractured wrist Saturday against the Clippers, the Spurs will be as close as they’ve been to completely healthy all season, with Kieta Bates-Diop (hamstring) being the only injury holdout. This huge homestand will the Spurs’ best opportunity to build some cushion in the standings before an extremely travel heavy schedule the rest of the way, so this is the time to become more than just a .500 home team, especially now that there are fans in the stands.

Go Spurs Go!

San Antonio Spurs vs. Charlotte Hornets

March 22, 2020| 7:30 PM CT

Streaming: NBA League Pass



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